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<p>Pictured at left, from left to right: Frisco City Councilman Will Sowell, Frisco Mayor Pro Tem Shona Huffman, Frisco City Councilman Bill Woodard, Scrappy, Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney, UNT President Neal Smatresk, Frisco Deputy Mayor Pro Tem John Keating and</p>
Spreading Its Wings

2018 Summer

UNT develops partnership with Frisco to make way for a new branch campus in Collin County.

<p>From left, Diamond Eagles Society co-founders Cathy Bryce (’91 Ph.D.), Debbie Smatresk and Shari McCoy</p>
New Initiative Creates Campus Impact

2018 Spring

Diamond Eagles Society raises money for patio at UNT Alumni Pavilion.

<p>Rosa Clemente</p>
Equity and Diversity

2018 Spring

Scholar-activist Rosa Clemente delivers keynote address at 2018 Equity and Diversity Conference.

<p>Randy Schekman</p>
Nobel Prize Winner to Visit UNT in April

2018 Spring

Nobel Prize-winning biologist Randy Schekman will bring his knowledge to UNT for two lectures.

Preserving the Lamkang Language

2018 Spring

UNT graduate student is working to save her disappearing language.

<p>Justin Watts portrait</p>
Professor Hits Runway

2018 Spring

Assistant professor Justin Watts was a model at a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.

<p>Tim Love (Courtesy of Tim Love)</p>
'Food. Love. Hospitality.'

2018 Spring

The UNT Celebrity Chef Series will feature restaurateur Tim Love on April 23.

<p>D CEO cover, Dallas 500, the most powerful business leaders in Dallas-Fort Worth. Front row from left: Melissa Reiff, Emmitt Smith Back: Mike Rawlings, Andrew Beal, G. Brint Ryan. Portrait by Elizabeth Lavin</p>
Making the Cut

2018 Spring

This year's Dallas 500 features many UNT alumni, faculty and administrators.

<p>Aaron Glassburner and John Dicken</p>
Bettering Military Logistics

2018 Spring

Air Force members are completing doctoral degrees at UNT as part of a unique program.

<p>From left, Raj Banerjee, Srinivasan Srivilliputhur, Deep Choudhuri and David Jaeger. (Photo by Ahna Hubnik)</p>
Revolutionary Research

2018 Spring

UNT researchers develop new cutting-edge materials.

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