2010 Fall

Melanie Pizzey

cover story

Driving the Economy

As business leaders in an increasingly interdependent world, alumni maneuver changes in technology, trade and regulations.

Written by: Randena Hulstrand

#Business, #2010 Fall, #Features, #College of Business

feature

Gaming for a Living

Computer gaming lab primes alumni for a growing multibillion-dollar industry.

Written by: Adrienne Nettles

#Computers, #Gaming, #LARC, #2010 Fall, #Contests

V. Lane Rawlings

From Our President

Staying on Track

UNT continues its rise to the top with research opportunities and hands-on learning.

#2010 Fall, #Letters

down the corridor

Abner Haynes

Abner Haynes (’62) is being remembered as part of the region's greatest football moments.

#2010 Fall, #Mean Green Athletics

The Last Word

Drummin’ Up Love at UNT

Jennifer Watson (’95) remembers the moment she found her true love — at the Delta Lodge.

Written by: Jennifer Watson (’95)

#2010 Fall, #Essays, #College of Music, #Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism

Life Sciences building

Power of Place

Life Sciences Complex

New building features state-of-the-art labs and endless opportunities for researchers and students.

#College of Science, #Department of Biological Sciences, #2010 Fall, #Features

parting shot

Rooftop Greenhouses

Four rooftop greenhouses on the Life Sciences Complex are supporting plant programs.

#Department of Biological Sciences, #2010 Fall

Rosalyn Reades

Alumni spotlight

Rosalyn Reades

Doctor takes charge using lessons learned as an honors student and athlete at UNT.

Written by: Mark Wright

#2010 Fall, #Features, #Honors College

Life Sciences building

Online Extra

Video: UNT's Life Sciences Complex

Watch a video on the dynamic features of the new facility.

#Department of Biological Sciences, #2010 Fall, #Online Extras

Online Extra

Video: Researchers Build Robots

Engineering researchers at Discovery Park are working to build a network of wireless sensors.

#2010 Fall, #Online Extras, #College of Engineering

MUSIC

International Double Bass Competition

Twenty double bassists from around the world competed at UNT in June.

#Music, #2010 Fall, #Culture, #College of Music

Alumni spotlight

Cheerleaders Seamstress

Lisa Dobson (’82) went from cutting out dresses for her Barbies to patterning a career.

Written by: Khashan Poitier

#2010 Fall, #Features, #College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism

Alumni spotlight

Lighting Up the Night Sky

Alumnus David Rosenbaum started and grew a successful fireworks business while still a student.

Written by: Michelle Hale

#2010 Fall, #Features, #College of Business

UNT Alumni Association

Alumni Pavilion Project

Discover the power of pregame with the new alumni pavilion and reserve your place in UNT’s history.

#Alumni Life, #2010 Fall, #UNT Alumni Association

Voorhees

Ask an Expert

Herschel Voorhees

How can you stay healthy for a flu-free fall?

#Ask an Expert, #2010 Fall

Alumni spotlight

A Musician with a Mission

Singer/songwriter Sara Hickman (’86) is promoting the arts for children.

Written by: Khashan Poitier

#2010 Fall, #Features, #College of Music

BOOKS

Good Mourning

Mark Hundley’s journey through grief leads to a 2011 mega-walk for a good cause.

Written by: Jill King

#Books, #2010 Fall, #Culture, #College of Education

Brilliantly Green

Great Things are Happening at UNT

Students in UNT's women's studies program took a trip to Tunisia.

#Department of Women's and Gender Studies, #Brilliantly Green, #Campus News, #2010 Fall

MUSIC

New Artist-in-Residence

Jake Heggie will serve as the artist-in-residence for the Institute for the Advancement of the Arts.

#Music, #2010 Fall, #Culture

MEAN GREEN

Fouts Field Finale

In honor of 58 spirited Mean Green years, UNT celebrates Fouts Field’s final season of football.

#Athletics, #2010 Fall, #Mean Green Athletics