UNT's Cape Horn Field Station and Omora Ethnobotanical Park in the UNESCO Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve in South America was the site for the International Association of Bryology World Conference in January.
Mean Green victory lights are now shining brighter and more efficiently in the McConnell Tower on the Hurley Administration Building. This fall, UNT Facilities installed new LED green lights in the tower -- expected to provide a 70 percent cost savings.
Take your Mean Green pride on the road wherever you go with a UNT license plate. Join UNT President Neal Smatresk and others throughout the UNT community who are sporting green pride on their vehicles by ordering and customizing your own UNT plate.
Neal Smatresk started his first day on the job as UNT's 16th president Feb. 3 with an early morning interview on Dallas-Fort Worth's WFAA-TV (Channel 8) by alumna Cynthia Izaguirre ('97), who was recently promoted to WFAA's evening co-anchor.
This spring, the campus marked its successes at University Day — an annual event celebrating UNT's transition from a college to a university in 1961 — in full Mean Green Pride. Watch a slideshow of the event.