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March 14th, 2016 Posted in UNT News Briefs

UNT spring enrollment continues upward trend as 35,141 students enroll

Spring enrollment at the University of North Texas increased over 2015 with 35,141 students enrolled. In addition, students are taking more class hours, indicating a continued focus on academic achievement.

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UNT College of Music student only American composer featured at
international festival

A composition by University of North Texas College of Music student Sam Mikulewicz has been selected for performance at the Sound of Dragon Chinese Music Festival in Vancouver on April 24. The piece, titled “Himawari,” will be played by The Sound of Dragon Ensemble, the festival’s house band. Mikulewicz is the only American composer or performer featured at the festival. He says “Himawari,” Japanese for sunflower, was inspired by his love for the large, bold blooms.

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Commemorative book celebrates 125 years of UNT through unique, sometimes quirky, tales

A literal mammoth find, a touchdown boogie in a great football comedy and the near resignation of a jazz icon – these unique and sometimes quirky anecdotes make up the storied history of the institution now known as the University of North Texas and, along with more traditional tales, will be unveiled in a commemorative book celebrating UNT’s 125th anniversary.

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UNT TAMS student launches free online SAT tutoring

Anyone with Internet access now can receive free livestreamed SAT tutoring from students enrolled in the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science at the University of North Texas.

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UNT engineering students host STEM conference for girls, parents and educators

University of North Texas Society of Women Engineers will co-host the 2016 Design Your World conference for girls in grades 6 through 12, parents and educators on April 2.

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