Multidisciplinary Advisors

Nola Moudry

After working on the 10-year plan, I completed a B.A.A.S. degree in 1994 at UNT.  I began my employment with UNT in the KHPR Department as a Receptionist.  I started advising in August 1995.  My family moved to Texas when I was three months old, therefore I am a naturalized Texan.  My husband and I have one pet-child, a very onery blu heeler.  In my spare time, I enjoy reading, arts and crafts, and home decorating.


Amy Tannehill

Amy Tannehill is a certified Texas Educator and alumni of UNT College of Education.  She taught middle and high school English Language Arts and Reading before returning to the College of Education as an advisor in the summer of 2002.   She holds a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies and is certified to teach Grades 1-8.  Initially hired to work with graduate students for initial and professional teacher certifications, she transitioned into being both a graduate and undergraduate advisor and presenter for the freshman orientation Guidebook.  She enjoys working with college students and helping them better navigate their college careers.  Amy has worked on the New Student Advising Guidebook and has been published within.  She also served two terms in the Staff Senate and two terms as a member of the Pohl Recreation Center Advisory Committee. 

D'Lynn Schertz

I graduated from UNT in May 2000 with a BA in Sociology. This is my 2nd stint working at UNT. I was here from 1995-97, before going back to school to finish my degree. I have 6 nieces and nephews. I love them very much and would give them the world if I could. I am "The Cool Aunt". I played 1 year of college basketball. Now I referee High School and College Basketball. I taught and coached for 3 years before returning to work at UNT. In August 2004 I began working for the Housing Dept. In Sept. 2005 I moved to the COE-SAO to become an advisor.


Paul Galloway

I graduated from UNT in December 2011 with a BA in History and BA in English Creative Writing. I have been working at UNT as an Academic Advisor since October 2015. My favorite part of my job is helping to bring clarity to students who are unsure of what their future could look like. I enjoy entertainment such as movies, sports, games, and fiction. I have lived in Denton for 10 years now and it’s a great city. I love helping students think through how to make Denton their home while they are here.