Founded in 1890, the University of North Texas (UNT) is a major public research university where students transform their lives through education and opportunity. Today, more than 38,000 students from across the state, nation and world are fulfilling their dreams and getting an excellent educational experience. They choose from more than 225 programs — many nationally and internationally recognized — to pursue their goals of becoming teachers, artists, engineers and everything in between. At UNT, students and their success are the utmost priority.
“What I learned could be transformative in how I do things from hosting different kinds of meetings to structuring conversations differently. This is an investment, because it is learning techniques that are different than what I’m used to.” — Randy Bomer, dean of the College of Education
The VPAA is responsible for the development and implementation of UNT policies and procedures relating to teaching, research and service. The VPAA acts with the advice of several councils and committees to carry out this responsibility.
The OAAB responsibilities will include providing guidance and oversight of the continued implementation of UNT policy 06.041, which covers access to and digital stewardship of scholarly works produced at UNT and to recommend changes to the policy to the Provost's Office and to the Faculty Senate for consideration.
Dear faculty and academic staff,
Wow, 2018 has arrived, and I sit here wondering how did 2017 fly by so quickly. In the six months since I arrived back at UNT, I have enjoyed learning about our academic programs, departments and the many areas that advance our university.