A University of North Texas program called Project NEXUS is enhancing math and science teachers' skills and knowledge to help them more effectively teach middle school and high school students who are English language learners, thanks to a $985,000 Title III National Professional Development grant from the U.S. Department of Education. UNT was one of 101 universities across the country to receive the grant, which is funding 100 percent of the project.
Violence on Campus: Legal Issues, Practical Actions — A special one-day higher education law conference at the University of North Texas
Monday, July 1, 2013
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
UNT's Gateway Center, 801 North Texas Blvd.
The College of Education 2012 Dissertation Award winner is Dr. Mary Amanda "Mandy" Stewart for her dissertation titled: Social Networking, Workplace, and Entertainment Literacies: The Out-of–School Literate Lives of Newcomer Latina/o Adolescents. Dr. Carol Wickstrom, Associate Professor of Teacher Education & Administration, served as the major professor and committee members included Dr. Leslie Patterson, Retired Professor of Teacher Education & Administration, Dr.
The North Texas Regional P-16 College and Career Readiness Marketing Project, headquartered at the University of North Texas, will host a visit for 60 middle school students on May 3 to encourage participation in higher education as part of the state-wide celebration of GenTX day.
Dr. Marc Cutright, Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Higher Education, is mentioned in this story as the "Fulbright future" on UNT's Faculty Success website: Fulbright Scholars Past, Present, and Future Bring Recognition to UNT