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August 12th, 2013 Posted in Highlights

College of Education

Alumna receives recognition from National Council on Family Relations
Yamuna Teter,
who earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas’ College of Education Department of Educational Psychology in May, received recognition from the National Council on Family Relations for her outstanding contributions to the field of family science through scholarship, leadership and community service. Full story…

Students awarded grants for research on alcohol and exercise
Ron Budnar and Anthony Duplanty, teaching fellows in the Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion, and Recreation, were awarded research grants from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Read on…


Emerald Eagles Honors
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Murphy Center for Entrepreneurship
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College of Music
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UNT is participating in the 2013 Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP) – a one-of-a-kind survey that explores the lives of arts alumni nationwide.

Alumni from UNT’s College of Arts and Sciences, College of Music, and College of Visual Arts and Design will receive an email this fall asking them to complete the SNAAP online survey. The information they provide will help UNT better prepare arts students for success, whether they stay in the arts or use what they’ve learned in other professional fields. Alumni completing the survey will also gain access to a site to see how their educational and career experiences compare with alumni from across the country, allowing them to see where other arts graduates live, where they work, what they earn and how their arts educations have influenced their lives.

Please go here to verify that our alumni office has a current email address so that you can be sure not to miss the chance to respond to the survey, helping to shape the future of arts education at UNT and across the country.


Mayborn School of Journalism

Last month, the Frank W. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism held their annual Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference in Grapevine, Texas. Distinguished authors from all across the U.S. joined the Texas tribe to speak about “Unearthing the Past,” the art of writing the historical narrative. Keynote speakers were Susan Orlean, author of Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend and The Orchid Thief; Rick Atkinson, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of the acclaimed Liberation Trilogy on the U.S.’s role in World War II; and Skip Hollandsworth, who specializes in long-form narratives and co-wrote the script for the hit movie Bernie, which was based on a story he wrote for Texas Monthly. Michael Merschel of The Dallas Morning News wrote about how the Mayborn broke his heart – in a good way. This was the conference’s ninth year, and much is in store for the tenth anniversary next summer.

Students from the Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism snacked on fish and chips this summer! The select group of journalism students studied British media and public relations in London, where they made headlines in the Denton Record-Chronicle for their coverage of the royal birth. Students blogged about their experiences while in London as they visited museums, saw musicals, were interviewed by British and German media and studied British media and PR. A few students even hopped over to Paris and Amsterdam. Cheerio!


Athletics

2013 Football Schedule

The 2013 North Texas Mean Green football schedule of opponents has been released. For additional information go to www.MeanGreenSports.com or visit http://www.conferenceusa.com/genrel/012313aab.html.

Mean Green Club

Mean Green Football kicks off the first season in C-USA on August 31 at 6 p.m. at home against the Idaho Vandals. Season tickets start at just $50! Visit meangreensports.com for more information or call 940-565-2527 to get your season tickets now!

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North Texas 2013 Football Exclusive for Young Alumni

Join the Mean Green for their 2013 Football season with the new Young Alumni Season Ticket!
For just $110, enjoy ALL 6 UNT home games from the 50 YARD LINE!
(see seating chart below for exact location) 

To purchase your Young Alumni Season Tickets or for more ticket information, email AJ Tomeny or call at 940-369-5382.

Watch Other UNT Athletics Highlights
Welcome to North Texas

Coach McCarney and Coach Petersen discuss joining CUSA

Tony Mitchell NBA Draft

Follow Coach McCarney through CUSA Media Day

Zach Orr interviews players at CUSA Media Day

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