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October 4th, 2011 Posted in UNT News Briefs

UNT Center for Play Therapy founder retires
Garry Landreth, the man who founded the now largest play therapy training and research center in the world at UNT, has retired.

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Three award-winning authors announced for UNT’s Visiting Writers Series
Phillip Lopate, Carl Phillips and Jaimy Gordon will read from their works throughout the Fall 2011 semester at UNT as part of the Visiting Writers Series presented by the UNT Department of English.

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UNT set to purchase Woodhill Square office complex
UNT has entered into a contract to purchase the 117,000 square-foot multi-building office complex to house some of its business operations.

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UNT outreach programs help area students enter college
With the help of three new grants totaling $3.3 million, middle school and high school students in North Texas will continue to receive support from UNT advisors and students in college preparation.

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