UNT Dallas Associate Professor of Sociology Dr. Steven Arxer is beginning work on a research study that will explore intervention strategies to help veterans better transition from prison back to society.
UNT Dallas is beyond pleased to share that Chris Marshall, a Trailblazer alum, current grad student and one of the most active and recognizable students on campus, has won a long battle with COVID-19.
Chris started feeling ill in mid-March. He was hospitalized in Dallas, and later flown to Medical City Plano, where he credits the hospital’s staff for saving his life.
Josh Howard, former Dallas Mavericks All-Star forward who played 10 seasons in the NBA, has been named head coach of the University of North Texas at Dallas’ new men’s basketball program.
The University of North Texas at Dallas has hired Plano Senior High School girls state championship coach Rodney Belcher to lead its new women’s basketball program.
The University of North Texas at Dallas has hired highly successful Dallas ISD coach Kenneth Royal to lead its new men’s and women’s track and cross country programs.
High demand for food in southern Dallas communities due to the COVID-19 pandemic has spurred the North Texas Food Bank(NTFB) to bring its disaster relief food truck back to the UNT Dallas campus from 10 a.m. - Noon on Tuesday, April 14. This free, drive-thru service is available to all community members.
UNT Dallas College of Law might be the youngest law education program in America but it certainly shook up the landscape of established titans during the Oklahoma City Regional Moot Court Competitions.
In the past six months, three UNT Dallas Advocacy teams have qualified for National contests in the Mock Trial, Moot Court and Tax Law categories.
The UNT Dallas School of Business, headed by Dean Karen Shumway, has garnered a national ranking from Study.com for the best human resources programs in the country.
UNT Dallas ranked No. 25 and is prominently featured on the Study.com website.
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.