2012 Fall

COVER STORY

Shaping the Future

Graduates of UNT's College of Education are transforming their students' lives through learning and development.

Written by: Jessica DeLeón

#Education, #Features, #Social Impact, #2012 Fall, #College of Education

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Kristin Farmer

Kristin Farmer ('95 M.Ed.) founded a company to assist children with autism and their families.

Written by: Leslie Wimmer

#Education, #Features, #Social Impact, #2012 Fall, #College of Education

Power of Place

Kristin Farmer Autism Center

UNT's new center will serve the community with cutting-edge autism interventions and treatments.

#Spaces, #Features, #Social Impact, #2012 Fall

research

Plant Signaling

Alumni and faculty work to increase crop yields, protect the environment and create sustainable...

Written by: Alyssa Yancey

#Research, #Science and Technology, #Features, #2012 Fall

SUMMER INSTITUTES

Enriching Summer

UNT is building meaningful relationships through summer research and language programs.

#Diversity, #Global, #Research, #Campus News, #Department of Linguistics and Technical Communications, #2012 Fall

from our president

Making a Difference

Energized by our four bold goals, UNT has great momentum going into this academic year.

#Letters, #2012 Fall

the last word

Why I Never Left

Interim dean of the Mayborn School, Roy Busby (’59, ’66 M.B.A.), celebrates 50 years at UNT.

Written by: Roy Busby ('59, '66 M.B.A.)

#History, #Journalism, #Essays, #2012 Fall, #Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism

global connection

Cultural Learning

UNT's multicultural student organizations provide a platform to learn about other cultures.

#Diversity, #Global, #Global Connection, #2012 Fall

visual arts

Changing the World -- and Herself

About a year after graduation, Christena Dowsett ('10) was facing severe depression.

#Global, #Journalism, #Visual Arts, #Culture, #Social Impact, #2012 Fall, #Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism

Dance & Theatre

From Mean Green to Blue Man

UNT's Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science grad Bhurin Sead was determined to get the part.

Written by: Jessica DeLeón

#Dance and Theatre, #Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, #Culture, #2012 Fall, #Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Dance & Theatre

Multi-talented Alum Returns to UNT

Jeffrey Schmidt's ('96) work will be seen in the UNT production of Cinderella.

#Dance and Theatre, #Culture, #2012 Fall

visual arts

UNT Alumnus Wins Best in Show

Sam Ivie ('97), an art alum and UNT library specialist, created an award-winning portrait.

#Visual Arts, #Culture, #2012 Fall

Brilliantly Green

Great Things are Happening at UNT

The Mean Green Machine gets a green engine transplant.

#Athletics, #Spaces, #Campus News, #Mean Green Athletics, #2012 Fall, #College of Engineering

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ASK AN EXPERT

Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha

How can you make a political difference?

Written by: Adrienne Nettles

#Ask an Expert, #2012 Fall, #Department of Political Science

Mean Green

Building Excitement

Season two in UNT's Apogee Stadium brings national audience and media exposure.

#Athletics, #Mean Green Athletics, #2012 Fall

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Outstanding Journalist

Former North Texas Daily editor Andrew McLemore ('10) earns prestigious prize for article...

Written by: Jessica DeLeón

#Alumni Profile, #2012 Fall, #Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism

Advancement of the Arts

New Faculty Fellows

UNT's Institute for the Advancement of the Arts gave two faculty members a rare commodity — time.

#Books, #Visual Arts, #Culture, #2012 Fall

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Applying Design Skills to Luxury Travel

Julie Mandrell ('97) started Viaggio Lux, a luxury travel design company, in 2009.

Written by: Rebecca Poynter

#Alumni Profile, #2012 Fall, #College of Visual Arts and Design

Down the Corridor

Talons Swap Stories at the Egyptian

Future doctors, lawyers, educators, businessmen and some well-known names were Talons at UNT.

#Alumni Life, #History, #2012 Fall

UNT Alumni Association

Mean Green Football Season

The 2012 Mean Green football season is here, and there are plenty of social activities for alums.

#UNT Alumni Association, #2012 Fall

parting shot

New Pedestrian Bridge

This fall, a new 354-feet-long pedestrian bridge will open over Interstate 35E.

#Campus News, #2012 Fall

dear north texan

Bill Mercer

Bill Mercer came from a generation of broadcasters who realized that they weren't the game.

#Letters, #2012 Fall

dear north texan

Track Great

Olympic track and field events make me think of my friend Max Goldsmith ('47).

#Letters, #2012 Fall

dear north texan

The Pond

The fish pond ("Places on campus," summer 2012) certainly has special memories for me.

#Letters, #2012 Fall

<p>Tony Mitchell</p>

online extra

Slideshow: Tony Mitchell Photo Shoot

Check out a behind-the-scenes slideshow featuring UNT basketball star Tony Mitchell.

Written by: Angilee Wilkerson, UNT photo editor

#Athletics, #Mean Green Athletics, #Online Extras, #2012 Fall

Slideshow

Slideshow: Pedestrian Bridge

View a slideshow of the construction of the new pedestrian bridge to Apogee Stadium.

#Department of Chemistry, #2012 Fall