Rebecca Romero has a full plate. She is a senior majoring inInterdisciplinary Studies – Social Studies 4-8, and she’s minoring in history. But, that’s not all. She’s also a student worker, serving as the lead student assistant for the Office of Student Affairs. Not only is Rebecca adjusting to taking her classes virtually, she’s learning how to work that way, too.
Ashley Correa approached Spring 2020 with unbridled eagerness. After all, she was bearing down on her final semester before graduating and she was looking forward to being on campus with her classmates and friends. Of course, the COVID-19 crisis has changed everything, and forced all of us into virtual classroom and work situations at home.
Jim Mullen chose to make a career change five years ago, leaving behind the chaotic life as an emergency room nurse and enrolling at the UNT Dallas College of Law. Now a personal injury lawyer with the Curtis Law Group based in Dallas, Mullen likely never thought he'd dive head-first back into the emergency room fire.
Then came along COVID-19.
UNT Dallas alumnus Darnell Davis is a shining example of what it means to harness the trailblazer spirit and serve one’s community.
The University of North Texas at Dallas is the newest member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). UNT Dallas begins competition for the first time this fall.
The University of North Texas at Dallas and the North Texas Food Bank joined together to hold a drive-thru food pantry on the UNT Dallas campus on Tuesday, March 31, to aid families in need during the COVID-19 crisis.
When local journalists need expert analysis, they increasingly turn to UNT Dallas faculty. On Wednesday night, UNT Dallas College of Law professor Mike Maslanka appeared in an investigative report by CBS 11’s Ginger Allen.
Ana Sanchez Alfaro, a senior Information Technology major and student worker, has proven to be an invaluable member of the Office of Advancement. During this new era of physical distancing, Ana continues to perform important work from home during the COVID-19 crisis.
The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted virtually every aspect of daily life, from the economy to how college students must adapt to virtual learning. News outlets are busy trying to make sense of it all, and UNT Dallas has helped out by sharing expert analysis.
The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) disaster relief effort will be on the UNT Dallas campus to distribute free food from 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 31. The campus is located at 7300 University Hills Blvd., in Dallas.