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UNT featured in nationwide "See Yourself in Frisco" campaign
UNT's presence in Frisco continues to grow. One of UNT’s partners, the Frisco Economic Development Corporation, recently featured UNT President Neal Smatresk in its national "See Yourself in Frisco" campaign, which includes advertisements in The Wall Street Journal. And the number of degree programs available is rapidly expanding. This year, we'll begin offering a three-year accelerated degree in Project Design and Analysis that enables UNT at Frisco students to participate in meaningful, project-based learning with local businesses, agencies and community partners.
UNT conference to feature the latest in autism intervention, researchThe annual conference explores the most current evidence-based practices in autism intervention and research from experts at UNT and beyond. It’s geared toward individuals with autism, parents, teachers, students, researchers and service providers. This year’s event will feature 16 breakout sessions covering topics such as the benefits of music for people with autism, navigating the pathway to diagnosis and care and the impact telepractice has for training autism teachers.
UNT aims to help prevent homelessness and criminal recidivism in rural communitiesThe University of North Texas College of Health and Public Service is bringing experts together from across multiple disciplines to combat homelessness and criminal recidivism in rural communities. Subject matter experts in the departments of Public Administration, Rehabilitation and Health Services and Criminal Justice will develop and implement a learning community and provide consultation and training services for emergency personnel, clergy and other community leaders in rural areas so they can develop their own programs for at-risk populations.
Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference brings journalism heavyweights to explore ‘Justice in AmericaThe annual Mayborn Conference brings together more than 400 aspiring and established storytellers, photographers and journalists. “We’ve done our best to bring together some of the nation’s best storytellers,” said Neil Foote, conference co-director and principal lecturer in the Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism, which hosts the event with the Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism.
Chasing the elusive Magellanic WoodpeckerUniversity of North Texas Ph.D. candidate, Amy Wynia, traveled more than 6,000 miles to Navarino Island in southern-most Chile to explore the forests in search of the Magellanic Woodpecker (Campephilus magellanicus), the largest woodpecker in South America. While Wynia went to the ends of the earth to collect information for her Ph.D. dissertation, she also went because she really loves woodpeckers.
UNT partners with Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas to create education opportunities for Mexican nationalsThe University of North Texas is partnering with the Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas to help Mexican nationals in the U.S. successfully integrate into communities through education, financial literacy and health. UNT alumna and graduate student, Brenda Barajas, works in the university’s Office of Outreach and serves as a liaison to the Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas as part of a program and partnership called “Ventanillas de Orientación Educativa.”
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