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March is Staff Appreciation Month

Events happening March 24-31:

  • Fun Run

    9 - 10 a.m., March 24, Apogee Stadium

    Staff members and their friends and family are invited to come and enjoy a walk/run around Apogee Stadium. The Fun Run will begin on the East Side of Apogee Stadium by gate 4 at 9:00 a.m.

  • Staff Appreciation Picnic

    10 - Noon, March 24, Apogee Stadium

    Immediately following the Fun Run will be a Staff Appreciation Picnic hosted by the Staff Senate. Come enjoy a lunch of hot dogs and drinks and enjoy tailgating activities and games with your whole family!

  • Spring Game presented by Verus Advisors

    Noon, March 24, Apogee Stadium

    To top it all off, enjoy the annual Spring Game, formerly known as the Green and White football game, at Apogee Stadium beginning at noon to get a spring preview of what to expect from the Mean Green football team next fall.

Learning Sessions March 24-31:

Top News

UNT lecturer chosen to co-lead Medical Library Association Training Institute
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Brenda McCoy named associate vice president for strategic initiatives and administration at UNT

Event Calendar

08:30am - TWU Hubbard Hall
09:00am - Various locations on campus and UNT on the Square, 109 N. Elm St.
09:00am - Library Mall
12:00pm - Crumley 181A-Lg Conference Rm.


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John Franklin Ridings

John Franklin Ridings, 37, of Denton, died March 10 in Denton. A groundskeeper since 2016, he loved nature and plants. During his life, he attended military school, worked as a pipefitter and long haul trucker and was a Master Gardener in Denton County.