University of North Texas at Dallas

UNT Dallas Pioneers Online Grad Degree in Criminal Justice To Tackle Mental Health Crisis

by | Jun 24, 2024
Dallas County Judge Robert W. Francis says that jails and prisons have "effectively become America's largest mental health providers." UNT Dallas' new online master's degree in Criminal Justice takes a forward-thinking approach to education in the field.
UNT Dallas President Announces Retirement After Nearly a Decade of Impact
by | Jan 24, 2024
Bob Mong joined The University of North Texas at Dallas in 2015 following a distinguished journalism career, during which he ascended to editor-in-chief of The Dallas Morning News.
Ground Broken for $100M UNT Dallas STEM Facility
by | Sep 29, 2023
Designed by the firms Stantec and Harrison Kornberg Architects, UNT Dallas' new four-story STEM facility will feature 18 to 20 classrooms, nine biology and chemistry teaching labs, three research labs, and a large event venue. It's designed to provide a pathway for healthcare careers for UNT Dallas students.
UNT Dallas Names New Dean of Students and Assistant VP for Student Affairs
by | Aug 25, 2023

Jennifer Skinner has been named assistant vice president for student affairs and dean of students at the University of North Texas at Dallas, the university announced....


Eight DISD Seniors Receive Deloitte / NTPGA ‘Fairway to Success’ Scholarships

by | Jun 9, 2023
"Golf is the closest game to the game we call life," legendary player Bobby Jones once said. "You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots—but you have to play the ball where it lies." Eight Dallas ISD seniors already had a head start on learning this lesson, which applies to both business and life. But thanks to the "Fairway to Success" program, they just gained a lot more.
University of North Texas at Dallas Taps New Dean for School of Business
by | Jun 2, 2023
Jason Garrett, the newly appointed Dean of the School of Business at UNT Dallas has ambitious plans for the institution. Significantly, its business school is a unique institution, being the only one of its kind at a four-year public university in Dallas, he says.
Developers Look South: Onu Ventures Plans New 12‑Acre Project in Southern Dallas
by | Jul 18, 2022
Onu Ventures' residential and retail development at the intersection of I-20 and I-45 will include a grocery store and amenities centered around green space to create community.

The Onu Ventures project adds to other developments looking to build in the southern part of the city. Last month, Hoque Global announced its 270-acre University Hills development located next to the University of North Texas at Dallas campus.
Hoque Global Plans 270-Acre Development That Could ‘Rewrite Perceptions’ of Southern Dallas
by | Jun 27, 2022
The Dallas City Council recently approved up to $31.4 million in tax increment financing for the first phase of the Dallas-based developer's planned mixed-use development near the UNT Dallas campus.

University Hills could ultimately include 1,500 multi-family units, hundreds of single-family homes, 1.5 million square feet of commercial properties, and more than 50 acres of green space.
Grant concept: Dollars for Good in Dallas Fort Worth

Dollars for Good: UTA Gets $1.5M NSF Grant, TI Grant Focuses on STEM, UNT Library Innovation Grant Awarded,

by | Jun 12, 2018
North Texas educational institutions receive financial backing from foundations and businesses to further their work in STEM, library accessibility and services.
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UNT First U.S. School to Offer Degree in Consumer Experience Management
by | Jan 31, 2018
The university is pioneering a new major in response to a changing marketplace.
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For Oak Cliff Helping Students Craft Stories Through Hip-Hop
by | Jul 6, 2017
At the end of the four-week camp, students will perform their own recorded music live at For Oak Cliff's back-to-school festival on Aug. 12.