Clinton Global Initiative honors

UNT was honored and two students received $1,000 Outstanding Commitment grants at the Clinton Global Initiative University Meeting this spring for efforts to create positive social change by addressing poverty, education and the environment.

Forensic science program

Graduates of UNT’s forensic science program will be in even more demand now that it is Texas’ only such program accredited by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.

Soccer team ranks among nation’s best

The team’s academic achievement earned it a spot among the nation’s top 10 percent of NCAA Division I women’s soccer programs this year.

Fulbright faculty honors

Two UNT professors selected as Fulbright Senior Specialists will share their expertise and strengthen UNT’s global connections this fall.

First Look

2009 Summer

Fan's flock to Fouts Field's Green and White game to get a glimpse of future stadium plans.

New journalism school

About 1,000 students are expected to enroll in the new Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism, which became UNT’s 12th school or college this spring.