UNT alumnus Lyle Mays to serve as guest artist in February

Award-winning pianist and composer Lyle Mays — who as a North Texas student composed or arranged all the selections on the One O’Clock Lab Band’s Grammy-nominated Lab ’75 — will return to campus to teach master classes and perform Feb. 22-25.

Global Performance

2009 Winter

Professor of music and internationally renowned tenor Richard Croft performs at Versailles.

UNT Fine Arts Series presents Urban Bush Women

Experience African American history and culture through a blend of dance, music and text when the Urban Bush Women visit campus Jan. 30 as part of UNT’s Fine Arts Series.

Mad Men Series Inspires Student’s Work

2009 Winter

UNT interior design senior Stephen Walsh's executive office suite took first place.

Drawing and learning

Educators investigate art in their elementary classrooms in Drawn Toward Transformation: Conversations on Teaching and Learning Drawing, by Nadine Kalin, assistant professor of art education.

Prison desegregation

In First Available Cell: Desegregation of the Texas Prison System, Chad R. Trulson, associate professor of criminal justice, and James W. Marquart, associate provost and professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, trace the steps in the process of prison desegregation.

Music in African ritual

Remains of Ritual: Northern Gods in a Southern Land, the second book in Steven M. Friedson's planned trilogy about his musical experience in African ritual, focuses on the Brekete/Gorovodu religion of the Ewe people.

Three UNT professors awarded Texas Education Agency grants

College of Information faculty members received $1.2 million to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of curriculum instruction in career and technical education.

Plant research

Research conducted by Jyoti Shah, associate professor of biology, could minimize crops lost to disease and pests.

Grant funds will help examine transfer student challenges

Home of the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students, UNT is ranked No. 4 nationally and No. 1 in Texas for accepting transfer students.