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March 13th, 2014 Posted in Highlights

College of Education

Doctoral Alumni Reunion to be held March 20 in Dallas

Doctoral alumni are invited to join us for drinks, food and friendship. This exclusive event for our doctoral graduates is a great opportunity to network and stay connected with peers and the College of Education. Full details…

UNT offers expertise to Dallas Children’s Theater to create sensory friendly programming for special-needs audiences

Bright lights and loud noises in a theater might be uncomfortable to a child with autism. To make the theater experience more enjoyable, staff members from the University of North Texas Kristin Farmer Autism Center are serving on a panel of experts from the Dallas/Fort Worth area helping the Dallas Children’s Theater plan its first-ever season of sensory friendly programming. Read on…

Collaborative program helps increase diversity in physical therapy field

A novel approach to improving diversity in the field of physical therapy is proving successful at the UNT Health Science Center. Allied Health Pathways, a collaboration between the Health Science Center, the University of North Texas and local community colleges, has already placed almost 50 African American and Hispanic males on a pathway to the doctoral physical therapy program. Full story…

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College of Music

UNT Jazz Singers with Janis Siegel

One of the brightest stars of vocal jazz comes to campus this spring for two performances with the UNT Jazz Singers in Voertman Hall. Best known as the lead singer of The Manhattan Transfer, Janis Siegel has garnered 9 Grammy wins and 17 Grammy nominations. She has generated more than a half dozen solo albums and numerous collaborative projects during her career, and has amassed a large international fan base and earned consistently high critical praise. Performances are April 11 and 12.  Tickets are $10/$8 at

Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi and Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci

Don’t miss a chance to hear two of the world’s favorite Italian operas in one evening when UNT Opera presents Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi and Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, two performances only, April 4 and 6. These two celebrated one-act operas — Leoncavallo’s vivid and violent story of love and revenge, and Puccini’s outrageously madcap romp featuring the world’s most dysfunctional family — are among the very greatest of the genre, distinguished for their dramatic incisiveness and overwhelming vocal bravura. The double bill will be sung in Italian with English supertitles with a student chamber orchestra and minimal sets, costumes and lighting. Tickets are $15 at


Season tickets for the 2014 North Texas football campaign are now on sale

Fans can renew season tickets and purchase new season tickets beginning Monday, Feb. 3, and may do so online, in person at the ticket office, or by phone at 940-565-2527 or 800-868-2366.

Those with season tickets from the 2013 season have until June 1, 2014, to renew their tickets.

The Mean Green enters 2014 coming off a 9-4 inaugural season in Conference USA and a victory in the New Year’s Day Heart of Dallas Bowl. North Texas will play six home games at Apogee Stadium in 2014, beginning with a game against cross-metroplex rival SMU on September 6. The Mean Green will also host Nicholls State on September 20 and four Conference USA games yet to be determined.

Club-level season tickets cost $375 this year. For more information on purchasing Club tickets, contact the Mean Green Club at (940) 369-7284.

Priority sideline tickets, in sections 101-109 and 201-212, will be $160. Tickets in sections 105, 206 and 207 require a $500 donation to the Mean Green Club. Tickets in sections 103, 104, 205, 106, 107, and 208 require a donation to the Mean Green Club of $250 for every four tickets or $125 for two tickets.

North Endzone Reserved tickets are $130. The Family Fun Pack, located in the North Endzone Reserved sections, are $95 each purchased in multiples of four, and include food and drink for four from the Apogee Stadium concessions stands.

General Admission season tickets in the north endzone wing sections are $65 each.

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