UNT Dancers Make Super Bowl

Photo by Vernon Bryant ('00)/<em>The Dallas Morning News</em>Pass it on: Great things are happening at UNT. Learn about them here and share our successes with your family and friends.

  • UNT To Go. A new mobile site that keeps UNT at your fingertips has just been launched. You can stay connected with a social media directory, UNT news, event information, interactive campus maps, a people search and features to keep you up to date on all Mean Green sports. Also, alumni can update contact information, subscribe to publications and connect with other UNT grads through social media channels. Simply use your mobile device to browse to m.unt.edu and you’ll have UNT To Go.
  • Tiny insect, big honors. Ken Stewart, Professor Emeritus of biological sciences, was included on Outdoor Life magazine’s list of 25 people who have had a significant impact on hunting and fishing. His research on stoneflies, a critical forage insect for fish, makes him one of the world’s leading authorities on the water insect that is of special interest to trout fishermen. Texas has 30 species of stoneflies, including one that’s named for Stewart.
  • Center stage. The North Texas Dancers performed on the main stage with the Black Eyed Peas in the Super Bowl XLV Halftime show. As part of the elite dance group, they wore silver LED-illuminated costumes with cubes atop their heads. February’s mega-production had a record-breaking audience of an estimated 111 million viewers worldwide.

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