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February 11th, 2014 Posted in UNT News Briefs

UNT spring enrollment indicates focus on graduation

UNT spring enrollment figures show increases in the number of continuing students, the number of doctoral students, and the number of courses being taken by the student body, all of which indicate a continuing focus on graduation.

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West Hall receives EPA’s ENERGY STAR

West Hall, a residence hall on the UNT campus, earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s prestigious ENERGY STAR. The ENERGY STAR is the national symbol for protecting the environment through superior energy efficiency.

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Kristin Alder of UNT women’s studies appointed as representative to the United Nations

Alder has been appointed a United Nations representative for the U.S. section of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. In her new role, she will help shape directives concerning the U.N.’s policy framework on Women, Peace and Security.

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UNT alumni win Grammy Awards in four categories

Alumni of UNT’s College of Music won in four categories at the 56th annual Grammy Awards Sunday night. Snarky Puppy, founded by alumnus Michael League and featuring many UNT alumni, won for Best R&B Performance. Other alumni performed or recorded with the groups A Roomful of Teeth, Pacific Mambo Orchestra and Vampire Weekend, each of which also scored Grammy wins.

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