Established in 1990 at UNT, the biannual American Literary Review is a showcase of diverse genres and styles. The finest crafted stories, essays and poems are selected from upwards of 800 general entries each year submitted from around the country, with additional entries received for the annual short fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry contests.
In English professor Jacqueline Foertsch's "Cold War Literature and Culture" class, she and her students explored novels that featured an interracial cast of characters trying to survive the atomic age.
When Pasco Rowe ('04) was teaching guitar, one of his students had trouble figuring out which guitar chords went together. So Rowe invented Chord Dice, which helps musicians come up with key chord progressions with the roll of the dice.
Blending elements of art, science and technology, alumni are using out-of-the-box, interdisciplinary thinking to make new discoveries -- creating fresh ideas for the marketplace and propelling society forward.