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January 14th, 2013 Posted in Highlights

College of Education

Counseling doctoral student Kara Hurt selected as inaugural CACREP fellow

Kara M. Hurt, a University of North Texas doctoral student from Swink, Colo., has been selected as an inaugural CACREP Research Initiative for Graduate Students (CRIGS) Fellow in the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs.

Hurt is one of two doctoral students chosen from a national pool of candidates to collaborate on research endeavors in the one-year fellowship, which begins in January. The program will provide access to data, funding for research materials, and incentive stipends for publications and presentations resulting from the fellowship.

http://www.coe.unt.edu/news/counseling-doctoral-student-kara-hurt-selected-inaugural-cacrep-fellow

College of Engineering

Check out all the news from the College of Engineering by clicking here, http://engineering.unt.edu/news

College of Public Affairs and Community Service


Nicholas and Anna Ricco Ethics Awards
Applications Open – Click here to apply!

Deadline February 1, 2013

The College of Public Affairs & Community Service (PACS) has a long history of social entrepreneurship and community outreach. In fact, PACS grew from these ideals with a mission focused on providing students opportunities to strengthen community through their educational experiences. Our hope is that you will use this high-impact fund to develop and implement bold ideas that strengthen and transform communities. Check out our Facebook page for more info!

Mayborn School of Journalism

Unofficial slogan drums up support for Denton, student-run ad agency

Mayborn Senior Lecturer, Bill Ford, ups Denton’s coolness factor with a new slogan.

http://www.dentonrc.com/business-tech/denton-business-headlines/20121223-degrees-of-coolness.ece

Office of Development

Hurry! The IRA charitable rollover is back

Congress in early January extended the popular individual retirement account (IRA) charitable rollover for 2012 and 2013.

First introduced in 2006, the on-again, off-again rule allows individuals over age 70 ½ to transfer directly up to $100,000 per year from an IRA account to the UNT Foundation Inc.

Donors can take advantage of this tax-free transfer anytime during 2013, but 2012 gifts are also included for a limited time only:

  • An IRA charitable rollover to the UNT Foundation by Jan. 31, 2013, may be counted retroactively for the 2012 tax year
  • Money distributed from an IRA in December 2012 can also be converted into a charitable gift if funds are transferred to the UNT Foundation before Feb. 1, 2013.

Act fast on this giving opportunity to support a program of your choice at UNT. Contact us to learn more about how you can convert your taxable IRA distribution and potentially reduce your taxes.

Robert F. (Rob) Buchheit, Executive Director – Gift Planning

940.312.9900

robert.buchheit@unt.edu

Roy M. Grisham, Senior Director of Gift Planning

940.565.3686

roy.grisham@unt.edu

Student Alumni Association

Mark your calendars for these upcoming meeting every other Friday at 5:30 p.m. in UNT Alumni Center.

Future dates:

January 25

February 8

February 22

March 8 (no meeting)

March 22

April 5

April 19 (last meeting of the semester)

Find us on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/untsaa

For more information, please e-mail Michelle Bradley, SAA advisor, at michelle.bradley@unt.edu.

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