Emerald Eagle Honors 2013
Monday, April 15, 2013, 6:00pm
On Monday, April 15, 2013, the UNT Foundation will host the inaugural Emerald Eagle Honors. This special evening will take place at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas.
The UNT Foundation created the Emerald Eagle Honors to celebrate former UNT students who have made a profound impact on our culture and society.
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“It is a blessing to be a part of the Emerald Eagle Scholars community, where its members inspire each other, every day. Most of my fellow scholars are first generation college students and this program is the reason they are here. With this program, we have an opportunity to make our world a better place.”
Derek L. Villarreal
Class of 2015
Meet Darryl Robinson: UNT Emerald Eagle Scholar
The Emerald Eagles in Costa Rica
The Emerald Eagle Scholars traveled to Costa Rica in the summer of 2010 to study "green" tourism. Explore their blog for more about their study-abroad experience.
Making Dreams Come True
Juan Carlos Franco ('10) wants to engineer a robot that can find life on other planets. Ashton Brielle Burton ('11), a first-generation college student, plans to pursue an M.B.A. and launch her own line of cocktail dresses. And Lauren Doxley ('10) is on her way to influencing the court system.
Learn how the Emerald Eagle Scholars program changed the lives of these recent graduates. Read full story in the North Texan