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Combes named associate dean for academic affairs and research

The College of Education is pleased to announce that Bertina Hildreth Combes has been named associate dean for academic affairs and research effective June 1, 2015.

Latest issues affecting Texas higher education to be addressed at UNT law conference

Prevention and handling of sexual assault and harassment. The growing student debt crisis. Cyberbullying. And the ongoing Texas legislative session. These topics, as well as other major legal considerations for university and college professionals and attorneys, will be discussed at the Texas Higher Education Law Conference at the University of North Texas.

Alumni Spotlight: Jesús Luján from Teacher Education and Administration

LujanJesús Luján graduated from UNT's College of Education in December 2013 with a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (EC-6 generalist with bilingual). Immediately following in January 2014, he began teaching a third grade bilingual classroom at WS Ryan Elementary School in Denton ISD.

KHPR majors see bright future for job market

Students working in the Applied Physiology Lab collect and analyze oxygen and heart rate data.

Master’s student participates in school board research and leadership team

FrenchCorinne French, a master's student in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration, joined 35 other school board members from across Texas last September at the kickoff session of the Leadership TASB class of 2015.

International partnership in practice: East China Normal University students study at UNT

From the left, front row: Dr. Tao Zhang, Weichao Du, Dr. Allen Jackson and Dr. Xiangli Gu

COE librarian presents collaborative research on information literacy at Ireland conference

Judi Bradetich (left) and Jo Monahan

Jo Monahan, the College of Education's embedded librarian, was among hundreds of librarians from around the world who gathered in Limerick, Ireland for an

Julie Leventhal offers tips in time for Valentine’s Day

From young love to long-lasting relationships, a courtship and marriage course at the University of North Texas explores romantic relationships and how they change across the life cycle.

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