Elvia Puccinelli

Elvia Puccinelli is an Associate Professor in the Division of Vocal Studies. She is passionate about helping individuals discover ways to partner and collaborate. Professor Puccinelli teaches pianists to work with vocalists so that the collaborations are seamless; her discipline is known as collaborative piano. She also trains vocalists (most commonly in opera) not only to work with pianists, but also acts as a sort of coach.

Krista Hines

Krista Hines, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics, plays a critical role in the educational journeys of students wishing to become math educators, especially at the elementary and middle school levels. Professor Hines redesigned key parts of UNT’s curriculum that these future educators take (roughly 350 each year). She also has established a partnership with Communities in Schools North Texas.

Changes in the Office of Faculty Success

I will be serving as Interim Associate Vice Provost for Faculty while my predecessor, Dr. Michael McPherson, serves as Acting Dean of the Mayborn School of Journalism this year. Mike certainly left big shoes to fill, but I will do my best to keep things moving in his absence. Of all the positions that I have held, I think this is most exciting – what better gig than helping my fellow faculty members!   I look forward to working with you this year. - Linda Holloway

The Latest from CLEAR

The Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Redesign (CLEAR) offers a variety of services to anyone with teaching responsibilities at the university. Services include online course and program development and implementation, as well as support for instructional technologies (such as the university learning management system, Blackboard and Canvas), regardless of class modality.

Neurodiversity Event

The Office of Equity and Inclusion, in collaboration with the College of Health and Public Service and the Office of Faculty Success, are pleased to host Dr. Margaret Price for one of UNT’s first Neurodiversity Events.  Dr.

News from UNT-International

UNT’s Global Grants:

UNT International provides modest intramural funding to support faculty global engagement activities through the China Venture Fund (CVF), India Venture Fund (IVF), and Global Engagement Grant (GEG). The RFPs for UNT’s Global Grants are anticipated to open on September 5th. Additional information is available at: http://international.unt.edu/engagement/global-funding.

Study Abroad Workshops for Faculty:

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