Essays of a lifetime

Bonnie Friedman, associate professor of English, describes her book, <em>Surrendering Oz</em> as "a memoir in essays about how I learned to think."

UNT alumnus Art Peña brings his artistic energy to Dallas

Alum is leading a DIY community through his art and music collective endeavors and was named one of <em>Dallas Observer's</em> 100 Dallas Creatives.

UNT Alumni Association: Regional networking

Alumni in the Dallas-Fort Worth area soon will have more opportunities to connect with UNT and each other. The UNT Alumni Association is working to build alumni networks throughout the North Texas region and participation in campus events, such as Homecoming, through innovative new programming and engagement opportunities.

UNT librarian makes history with election to Texas Association of Museums

Dreanna Belden, assistant dean for external relations at the UNT libraries, is making history as the first librarian to be elected president of the Texas Association of Museums.

UNT counseling program ranked among nation’s best

This spring, UNT's graduate rehabilitation counseling program in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service was ranked 15th in the nation on <em>U.S. News & World Report's</em> Best Graduate Schools list. It is consistently ranked as a top program in the state.

UNT psychology project explores coping strategies in military veterans

Military veterans who use avoidant coping strategies, such as denying or minimizing distressing thoughts, experiences and emotions, are more likely than others to exhibit symptoms of depression and generalized anxiety. However, emotional help and support from family members reduces the negative impacts of these conditions, which affects academic functioning, according to a UNT study on veterans' transition to becoming college and university students.

Ask an Expert: Ron DiIulio

What is the best way to stargaze?

UNT Terry Scholar Zehra Hussain earns summer medical internship

Terry Scholar Zehra Hussain, a sophomore political science major, is pursuing her dream to work in the medical field. A UNT Honors College student and medical anthropology minor, she is taking courses to prepare her for physician assistant training she plans to complete while earning a master's degree in public health.

UNT researchers study the unknown in materials science

Until now, researchers and professionals in the materials science field have only assumed that as a material becomes more brittle, it also becomes less tough.

Photo essay

UNT students celebrated University Day, volunteered for The Big Event and combined skills for an intermedia performance art course.