University of North Texas | Education
UNT announces changes to ticketing policy, scholarship fund
The University of North Texas athletic department announced a series of changes to its ticketing policy and fundraising operations on Tuesday.
Denton seeks neighborhood input for growth near UNT
Working Stiffs: Police dispatcher able to balance work and home life
DACA recipients renew applications, hoping to fight deportations
Young immigrants in an Obama-era program that allows them to stay in the U.S. spent Saturday morning renewing their applications for the program during a workshop at UNT.
UNT plans three Fine Arts Series events for spring semester
The Rawlins Fine Arts Series has two performances and one exhibit lined up for spring.
Anshel Brusilow, former DSO conductor and head of orchestra programs at UNT and SMU, has died
Anshel Brusilow, who served as music director and executive director of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in the early 1970s, and subsequently headed orchestra programs at the University of North Texas and Southern Methodist University, died at his home Monday. He had been battling cancer for several years and was 89.
Vivint Smart Home announces Denton location
Vivint Smart Home announced this week that its plans to open an office near the University of North Texas in March.
UNT’s applied physiology lab has links to Olympics
The lab, directed by College of Education associate professor Brian McFarlin, joins a network of 20 international labs seeking to solve problems relevant to global sports science and performance.
U.S. News and World Report ranks UNT online education program among best in the nation
U.S. News and World Report has named the University of North Texas' College of Education online graduate education program the fourth best in the nation.