Sept. 28, 2010
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- Tunisia trip. Thirteen students visited non-governmental organizations, museums and the Kasbah in Tunisia in May to explore what women have in common regardless of culture and religion. The women’s studies course was the first UNT study abroad trip to the North African Muslim country.
- History buff to the ‘Big Apple.’ Harrison Wicks, a junior history major, attended the prestigious Gilder Lehrman History Scholars Program in New York City in June as one of 30 fellowship finalists. During a week-long program, they visited historical sites and museums and interacted with writers, editors, museum curators and other history professionals.
- Lights, camera, action! UNT’s innovation and growth as a major research university are on display in four new videos on YouTube. Each includes highlights from UNT’s history, academic programs, research, campus life and commitment to sustainability. One is an overview of UNT, another details UNT’s leadership in arts and music, a third emphasizes progress in research and economic development, and a fourth focuses on UNT’s international scope.
- UNT has been named a Military Friendly School for 2011 by G.I. Jobs magazine and is in the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools that have earned this designation for its work with veterans wishing to continue their education.