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Denton Record Chronicle: Guyer students learn about college world

Originally published 11-14-14 by the Denton Record Chronicle.

University of North Texas students are using their experiences applying for college to encourage a future generation of high school students and show them that they too can pursue degrees.

Since January, UNT students have served as mentors to Denton school district Hispanic English language learners as they prepare to transition from high school to college.

TEA alumna awarded for study on e-books in the classroom

HendricksonBethany Hendrickson, a recent graduate of the University of North Texas and a teacher at Denton's Stephens Elementary School, earned the 2015 Claudia A Balach Teacher Research Award for work she conducted while she was a student at UNT.

Local high school English language learners visit campus as part of community engagement project

On Nov. 7, Guyer High School students will tour campus and learn about the college admissions process as part of a program called Mentoring English Language Learners to Transition from High School to College. The program started in the spring semester of 2014 and is run by the Bilingual/ESL Teacher Certification Program at UNT's College of Education in coordination with Guyer High School and two UNT student organizations – UNT SERVES and UNT LULAC.

Counseling research team gets students excited about research in addictions field


The Addictions Counseling Research Team (ACRT), based in the College of Education's

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