A scholarship fund has been created to honor Ron Wilhelm's years of commitment to UNT and the Kappa Delta Pi student organization. All members of the UNT community — faculty, staff, students and friends — can contribute to the fund.
Superintendent Ray Braswell committed his career to education in this community, and we would like to honor his dedication by creating the Ray and Cydney Braswell Education Scholarship at UNT’s College of Education.
With this scholarship, future generations of leaders will be educated in his name, which is a perfect tribute to someone who gave so much of himself to education in our community.
Brandie Wiley, a former student in the Autism Intervention program in the Department of Educational Psychology, has published a children's book inspired by her three adopted children: Laura, Koby and Troy.
Award-winning alumni recognized at the tailgate:
Amy Molina ('07) – Denton ISD
Kent Crutsinger ('96) – Sanger ISD
Kelly Delaney ('86) – Kemp ISD
Tim Hardy ('04) – Prosper ISD
Elizabeth Hunter ('12) – Duncanville ISD
Tanya Ledger ('97) – Northwest ISD
Nikki Martinez ('10) – Grand Prairie ISD
Jennifer Mattingly ('96) – Lewisville ISD
Gary Schepf ('85, '78) – Irving ISD
Gailanne Smith ('09, '93) – Northwest ISD
Vickie Storrie ('84) – Denton ISD
Yazmin Vazquez ('10, '06) – Denton ISD
Three Teacher Education & Administration (TEA) alumni, Coeli Small ('13), Enid Ortez ('13), and Kaitlyn Pound ('13), were recognized with first, second, and third place awards for their research papers in April 2013 for the Honors College Scholars Day. Their papers have been published in The Eagle Feather this fall.
On November 9, 2013, Jim Cooper ('48) was posthumously inducted into the UNT Athletics Hall of Fame.
Left to right: Kelly Carrero, Mandy Lusk, Mary Estes, Staci Zolkoski and Calli Lewis.
Learn more about the College of Education's Scholarship Dinner 2013.