Where Are They Now?

We proudly recognize the achievements of our alumni as they accomplish wonderful things around the globe. Within each issue of Results!, you'll find a list of graduates who have made a difference in their communities and beyond. If you would like to be featured, please send us an e-mail.

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Ray Braswell
Denton, TX
'77 M.Ed., '86 Ph.D., Educational Leadership

Braswell is the namesake of Denton ISD’s newest high school. The former superintendent of Denton ISD, Braswell is a longtime supporter of the college and met his wife, Cydney (‘79, ‘83 M.Ed.), also an alum and educator, while both were students at UNT.


Stu Tentoni
Delafield, WI
'74 Ph.D., Counseling and Student Service

Tentoni retired in 2016 after working 19 years for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Norris Health Center as coordinator and training director, clinical assistant, associate professor in the clinical psychology program and clinical professor in educational psychology.


Stephanie Reinke
Denton, TX
'13 Ed.D., Early Childhood Education

Reinke, a former faculty member in Teacher Education and Administration, was recently named director of UNT’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. UNT established the Emeritus College, now known as OLLI at UNT, in 2009 to formalize its lifelong learning initiatives. The success of that venture made the university one of 120 programs in the OLLI network. OLLI at UNT offers courses to the 50 and over population on the UNT campus, at Robson Ranch located near Denton and at the UNT New College in Frisco.