Proud and Grateful

Bruce Hunter
Bruce Hunter ('90 M.S., '05 Ph.D.) in 2001.

I just received my North Texan magazine. It brought tears of pride to my eyes. The publication becomes better and better each year and reminds me how proud and grateful I am for my many years at UNT.

I first visited UNT in 1969, having hitchhiked from Waco to visit a friend in the Two O'Clock Lab Band. I fell in love with Denton, and I officially moved to Denton in 1976 and enrolled in a master's program in 1986. That was the beginning of a wonderful career experience. I was so fortunate to become a staff member of the Institute of Applied Science and an adjunct professor in geography, and I obtained my doctorate in environmental science. I retired after 28 years, but my affection for UNT has not retired. Your magazine tweaks that fondness every time I receive it.

Bruce Hunter ('90 M.S., '05 Ph.D.)