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April 21st, 2016 Posted in Highlights

College of Engineering

Alumni News:
CSE Alumnus designs app for college students
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Engineers Week 2016 at UNT Includes Workshops, Career Fair
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UNT Engineering Alumnus Featured in People of ACM
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College of Business

REALTOR® Magazine honors North Texas Alum with Prestigious “30 under 30” Award

REALTOR® Magazine’s “30 under 30” for 2016 was recently announced honoring 30 of the country’s premier professionals in the real estate industry. This year Dallas’ own, Scottie Smith II of Scottie Smith II & Associates was chosen out of nearly 400 applicants and will be featured in the May/June issue of REALTOR® Magazine.

As a native of Houston, Scottie learned how to make an impact early as the middle child among his ten siblings, and that influence can be seen in the trajectory of his business. Scottie started his agency with just one agent and since then the business has grown over 200% year after year with more agents joining now one of the fastest growing independent real estate brokerages in Texas.

Graduate School

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College of Information

Virginia_ReyVirginia Rey (MS ’89) – 2016 Outstanding Alumna

Virginia Rey is the 2016 UNT Department of Library and Information Sciences Outstanding Alumna. Ms. Rey will be the keynote speaker at the College of Information Undergraduate Recognition Ceremony scheduled May 13, 2016 at Murchison Performing Center.

She is a first generation, four year college degree recipient and attributes her hard work ethic to her immigrant parents. Ms. Rey holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from the University of Texas at El Paso in 1984 and a Master of Science degree in Library and Information Science from the University of North Texas in 1989.

 

College of Arts & Sciences


UNT biologists to expand pesticide research

A group of University of North Texas biologists have received funding to expand research into how commonly used pesticides affect Texas quail populations, and the results may have implications to human health.

 

Thank A Teacher

thanksHas a UNT teacher made a positive difference in your life? Let them know.

Outstanding teachers at UNT do make a difference for students. They make learning challenging and fun; they are available when needed; and they weather many storms with students to foster bright futures. When teachers have made this kind of a difference, many students wish for a way to say “Thanks”.

UNT students and alums have the opportunity to say “Thanks” through the “Thank a Teacher” Program here at UNT. Current students and alums will have until May 12, 2016 to complete the form at http://thanks.unt.edu to share their thanks with their UNT teacher(s). You may complete as many of these forms as you wish (one for each teacher you wish to thank). You may also choose to remain anonymous. Your notes will be sent to your teachers as part of a letter of recognition from the Provost with copies to their Deans and Department Chairs!

 

Honors College

Fill out an Alumni Update Form online for invitations to exclusive Honors College Alumni Events, including happy hours, networking functions, tours, and more!

For more information or to get involved with the Honors College, please contact Meaghan.Hildinger@unt.edu .

 

Athletics

NORTH TEXAS ATHLETICS TOP STORIES

Click the links below to read further about what is happening in North Texas Athletics!

Football Season Tickets are on sale for the 2016 season contact the Ticket Office at 940-565-2527

Renew your Mean Green Club membership deadline is June 30th! Renew today to take advantage of payment plan options!
https://oss.ticketmaster.com/aps/unt/EN/donation/donate/browse?g=14247&i=286

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