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January 14th, 2016 Posted in UNT News Briefs

COE alumna named Kilgore College’s first female president

Brenda Kays, a 2001 alumna of the UNT College of Education’s Higher Education doctoral program, was unanimously selected Kilgore College’s ninth president by the college’s Board of Trustees Nov. 23. Kays, who has served as president of Stanly Community College in North Carolina since 2011, is Kilgore’s first female president.

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2016 Denton Black Film Festival

Coming to Denton’s historic downtown Denton Campus Theatre on January 29-31 is the 2nd Annual 2016 Denton Black Film Festival, a 3-day venue of engaging, entertaining films and events for diverse film fans. The Festival offers programming for the family inspired by the African-American experience. It offers the works of local, national and international filmmakers often not seen by broad audiences or recognized through major theatrical release. Entertaining, educating, inspiring, and communicating, the festival reaches across cultural lines to share the Black American cultural mindset over multiple generations of film-making.

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UNT College of Music’s spring season showcases world-renowned musicians; empowering operas; talents of students and faculty

The University of North Texas College of Music’s spring concert season includes exciting symphonic and jazz performances, two unique and passionate operas, and visits by musicians from around the world. For a full list of UNT College of Music events, including recitals by faculty and students, visit the online calendar at http://music.unt.edu/calendar.

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