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Join us for UNT Preview February 21

UNTUNT Preview is your opportunity to get a sneak peek at campus life and your future. Bring your family and your friends, and allow our students, faculty and staff to help you discover why UNT’s College of Education (COE) is the right place for you.

When: Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Alumna launches online family consulting business

FarrDebbie Farr ('14 PhD), parent consultant and educator, has launched an online business to assist with some of the road bumps of parenthood.

Verizon grant to expand UNT's Code Camp program

Code Camp
Above, from left, Leslie Hernandez, director of business sales for Verizon Wireless in Central Texas; Blake Pumphrey, associate director of business sales for Verizon Wireless; Robyn Parks, associate director of marketing for Verizon Wireless in Central Texas; Jamie Wilson, Denton ISD superintendent;

KHPR student organization hosts fun run, helps fund scholarships

KHPRos present their donation to Allen Jackson, chair of the department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion, and Recreation.

Huffman named Dr. Mike Moses Endowed Chair in Educational Administration

UNT President Neal Smatresk, Jane Huffman and College of Education Dean Jerry Thomas at the College of Education 2014 Salute in September.

Counseling alumnae receive national awards from Association for Play Therapy

Two COE alumnae were honored at the Association for Play Therapy 2014 annual conference in October.

Terri Gonzales ('12 Ph.D.) received the Student Research Award for her dissertation research, "Child Teacher Relationship Training as a head start: early mental health intervention for children exhibiting disruptive behavior."

Coincidental meetings and UNT courtesies in Budapest airport

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UNT Faculty member struggling to retrieve luggage from baggage claim surprised when she receives help from passing UNT student in Budapest International Air

Less Pain, More Gain - Studying ways to boost exercise results gets UNT researchers $45,000 in grants

Above from left, Vingren, Venable, and Levitt each won grants from the National Strength and Conditioning Association for research that could help athletes train more effectively.Photo by Ahna Hubnik / URCM

Three University of North Texas researchers have been awarded grants totaling more than $45,000 to study topics that

Alumna helps establish petroleum technology program at community college campuses

KlementRecent College of Education doctoral graduate and recipient of the Higher Education program's Distinguished Alumni Award, Emily Klement ('92, '94 M.Ed., '12 Ed.D.), was instrumental in establishing a new educational program at the Bowie and Graham Campuses of North Central Texas College (NCTC).

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