Diane Bruxvoort has joined us as Dean of Libraries.
UNT Libraries is pleased to host Intersectional Identities: Stigma, Stress and Health In Queer Communities: A Colloquy with Moisés Kaufman on April 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the Willis Library Forum. The panel is open to UNT faculty and students and admission is free.
In honor of National Library Week, UNT Special Collections wanted to show that libraries lead in creativity, by offering a hands-on workshop to learn Japanese bookmaking techniques.
This workshop will focus on the art of Japanese stab binding, the suminagashi paper marbling technique, and block printing.
Seeking a Safe Haven: DFW Refugee Stories is a 23-minute short film based on interviews with local refugees and refugee service providers, with a particular focus on how former refugees make sense of their identities, as well as the challenges and successes they face after re-settlement here in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Compete & eat in this celebration of literature as food!
Starting your thesis proposals or dissertations can be an easier process with the skills you'll learn at the Proposal Preparation Workshop for STEM Graduate Students.
The Proposal Preparation Workshop is designed to prepare graduate students to research and write their dissertation or thesis proposals. Learn how to:
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.
Life as a Mean Green student is about to get greener (but not meaner) with St. Patrick’s Day around the corner.
And if you grew up outside of Ireland, you might have some lingering questions about this day of green parades. Such as:
Software Carpentry will host a two-day workshop at UNT New College at Frisco from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 14 and Thursday, March 15. The workshop will focus on teaching computing skills to students and faculty, specifically those wishing to use computer programming in their research.
Did your childhood include weekend matinees at the Arcadia? Did you take your date to the Sunset Theatre? Did you attend movie premieres? Were you an extra on a local movie production? Did your family shoot home movies of your lives in and around the city of Dallas? If so, join the University of North Texas Libraries and the Texas Archive of the Moving Image for the unique opportunity to turn your family histories into community histories!