Briefly: University of North Texas
Chantel Walker and Nathalie Garcia-Gomez, both graduate students working on master's degrees in library science, were named 2017 Spectrum Scholars by the American Library Association.
Blacked out: Denton lines up to view solar eclipse
Texas Woman's University launches new logo, first mascot and slogan
In the Schools: Aug. 23, 2017
Lake Cities firefighters have been teaching and training students enrolled in the academy, which launched last school year. By the end of the two-year class, students will have 33 college credit hours along with basic firefighter and emergency medical technician certifications.
Campuses grapple with new threat: clashes between extremists and opponents
On college campuses, white supremacists and other far-right extremist groups see fertile ground to spread their messages and recruit followers.
UNT regents move forward with land purchases, new chancellor
Regents for the University of North Texas named Lesa Roe the sole finalist for the chancellor position and authorized university officials to buy the IHOP and former McDonald's near the Denton campus during their Thursday meeting.
Other Stories in Denton ISD
Controversial children's book author removed as assistant principal
Teachers shell out own money to stock up on school supplies
DISD administrator unaware main character in his children’s book was alt-right symbol
Service to celebrate the life of longtime DISD teacher
Denton ISD's fine arts, athletic programs continue successful streak despite static participation
Donald Trump Jr. to be part of UNT speaker series this fall
Donald Trump Jr., the son of President Donald Trump, will be one of the two speakers in the Kuehne Speaker Series at the University of North Texas.
Poll: Charters less popular, but vouchers less contentious
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Support for opening more charter schools has dropped significantly among Americans, but there's less opposition to expanding private school voucher programs, as the Trump administration continues its push for school choice, according to a survey released Tuesday.
Austin College board names new president
During his four years at the private college with a student body of approximately 1,600 undergraduates and 200 graduate students, he also has served as interim vice president of advancement and special assistant to the president.