UNT graduate student Julie Libersat is exploring the idea of public places as art through a phone app she's creating called "ROAM."
Tiffany Jiang, a second-year student from UNT's Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, is helping to determine identities that were lost before she was born.
The road to the White House for Jo Williams ('69) started with her desire to help young artists.
More than 80 pieces of art are displayed on UNT's campus, including the works of 13 alumni. These pieces represent media such as sculpture, fiber, painting and drawing, and can be found outdoors and inside buildings on campus.
Lesli Robertson weaves education with collaboration among students and Kuwaiti craftswomen.
Learn more about alumna Ashleigh Smith ('11) in a Q&A.
Watch a video to learn more about how gifts to UNT had impacted students.
UNT's Child Development Lab molds pre-schoolers, future teachers.
See what life at UNT sounds like and how we work together in harmony.
Are medieval rock-cut temples in southern India sculpture or architecture?