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Top stories for September 11, 2014

Campus News (View All)

What are your dreams and expectations for UNT?

President Neal Smatresk wants to know how UNT can improve. Log onto the Planning Implementation webpage to voice your thoughts.

Smatresk to deliver State of the University address Sept. 17

The president will outline UNT’s priorities for the academic year at 3 p.m. in the Murchison Performing Arts Center.

Planting the seeds of change

A group of 120 UNT and Denton leaders generated new ideas for transformation.

Employee Resources (View All)

PeopleSoft upgrade continues with improvements to finance software

The new software will improve areas such as the general ledger, accounts payable, purchasing, grants and asset management functions.

Worker's compensation network changes

Effective Sept. 1, the workers’ compensation carrier for Texas state agencies, will use two new vendors to coordinate medical and pharmacy benefits for employees who are injured at work.

Fiscal Year 2014 deadlines near

Be sure forms are filed and books are closed on time.

Events (View All)

Mean Green Circus planned Nov. 7-8

Celebrate "The Greatest Homecoming on Earth." Three tailgate tent packages are offered. Enter to win prizes.

Families can explore art at Saturdays in the UNT Galleries Sept. 20

Members of the National Art Education Association prepared the activities for the event, which includes a visit to the Discoveries of the FotoFest Houston Meeting Place exhibition and a talk from graphic artist Jeff Amano.

UNT event inspires design help for agency that assists nonprofits

The advice will come as part of the annual Ray Gough Lecture in October.

Research News (View All)

Faculty members to study Native Americans' disaster preparedness

Gary Webb and Nicole Dash of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service received a $327,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for the three-year study that focuses on communities rather than individuals or households.

People on Campus (View All)

Campus CIO to retire Sept. 30

John Hooper has helped keep UNT's technology up to date for nearly 25 years. A reception to honor him is planned Sept. 15 at the Gateway Center.

Staying cool as semester heats up

Jeremy Grace refreshes the campus with Scrappy's ice cream.

College of Visual Arts and Design honor retiring dean with unique gifts

Faculty members created a belt buckle for Robert Milnes, while donors began a scholarship in his name.

Safety and Awareness (View All)

Construction Obstruction Report: Rawlins Hall, Union projects continue

Construction continues on the University Union and Rawlins Hall. These projects have necessitated some closures to sidewalks and streets in those areas.

Obituaries (View All)

Milton "Pat" Howell, retired associate vice president for facilities

He played a key rolle in the development of Discovery Park, Apogee Stadium and several other buildings since 2001.

Jerome L. Duggan, retired Regents Professor of physics

Jerome Duggan served UNT 39 years from 1973 to 2012. He started the International Conference on the Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry in 1968.

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