Faculty Writing Retreats

The Faculty Writing Group aims to enhance and boost research activity for all UNT faculty. We hold periodic mini writing retreats and seminars throughout the semester to support each other in writing projects. Each month, all day writing retreats are held in CHEM 334 from 8 am to 5 pm with breakfast and lunch provided. Seminars and reading materials on writing are periodically provided throughout the semester.

Spring 2019 SMART Talk to Feature Dr. Rebecca Dickstein

This spring, the College of Science is excited to host the University of North Texas' third-ever SMART Talk, featuring Dr. Rebecca Dickstein. Dr. Dickstein is an influential researcher, member of the BioDiscovery Institute, and UNT professor of biochemistry and molecular biology. In her eighteen years at the University, twenty-seven graduate and postdoc students and more than fifty undergraduates have conducted research toward their degrees in her lab. 

Dr. Dhru Mukherjee Receives India Venture Fund Award for Students to Study Mental Health Practices in Mumbai

Students in the University of North Texas College of Health and Public Service (HPS) will travel to India this summer with Dr. Dhru Mukherjee, associate professor of social work for the Joint Masters of Social Work Program, to study the country’s delivery of mental health services. The project is sponsored by UNT International’s India Venture Fund 2019.

Dr. Manjula Salimath Earns Southwest Academy of Management 2019 Distinguished Educator Award

Congratulations to Dr. Manjula Salimath, Department of Management, for earning the Southwest Academy of Management 2019 Distinguished Educator Award! This is the first time in history that a UNT professor has earned this recognition.

Media Arts Lecturer Empowers Historically Black Communities to Share Their Histories

University of North Texas lecturer Carla Carter-Bishop found her calling for film as a child while flipping through pages of the book, “Great Black Entertainers: Paper Dolls in Full Color.” Now a lecturer in UNT's Department of Media Arts, she is co-creator of UNT's Youth Media Lab and is working with historically black communities to document their history before it's lost to gentrification, environmental issues and time.

Women's Faculty Network

The Women’s Faculty Network (WFN) is an organization that supports women at all stages of their careers by providing professional development, mentoring, and networking opportunities.

Voices in Dangerous Times: Language Endangerment & Political Violence

A unique event hosted by Shobhana Chelliah, James Meernik, and Kimi King of the University of North Texas and the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. The event will commemorate the UN Year of Indigenous Languages with presentation and conversations with linguists and political scientists on our intersecting interests on language instability and political violence.