On February 15, 2018, UNT Libraries celebrated the one-millionth item uploaded to The Portal to Texas History with the addition of a Dutch map of the Gulf of Mexico dating from 1680.
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Life as a Mean Green student is about to get greener (but not meaner) with St. Patrick’s Day around the corner.
You know what they always say: the book is always better than the movie.
David Todd works on conservation efforts in Texas, as an author, environmental attorney, hydrologist, and rancher. He enriches environmental education as the founder and coordinator of the Conservation History Association of Texas, which has assembled an oral history archive of 225 conservationists in the state, including a set of interview recordings, edited documentaries and set of rich media files.
Every Tuesday during the Spring 2018 semester, Discovery Park Library will host a workshop intended to help teach you about certain topics or skills you might be interested in.
Join us as The Factory hosts several workshops and events during Engineers Week at Discovery Park Library.
The University of North Texas Libraries invite applications annually for Research Fellowships in UNT Special Collections and The Portal to Texas History.
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