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July 12th, 2012 Posted in UNT News Briefs

Alumni influence DFW metroplex culture
Several alumni who are helping to shape the cultural face of the Dallas-Fort Worth by operating galleries and museums, leading dance troupes and managing theatre companies are featured in the Summer 2012 issue of The North Texan.

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Graduate student awarded peace scholarship
UNT graduate student Hagar Abdo, who will earn her master of science degree in women’s studies next spring, has been awarded with a $10,000 Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) International Peace Scholarship to enhance women’s lives in her native country of Egypt.

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Mural class gives students real life experience
The 27 undergraduate art students in the new mural class offered through the College of Visual Arts and Design are teaming up to fill two huge blank canvases – white walls in the Lightwell Gallery of the Art Building.

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$2.5 million bequest to honor esteemed former CVAD faculty member Jack Sprague
An estate gift from an anonymous donor will ensure that the communication design program in UNT’s College of Visual Arts and Design continues to flourish under a new name, the Jack Sprague Communication Design Program, in honor of one of the college’s most distinguished former faculty members.

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