In this workshop we will cover simple circuits and breadboard utility while also covering some programming aspects of programming the Arduino microcontroller.
The New Graduate Student Mini-Boot Camp is designed to give you the academic and life skills you need to be successful in graduate school.
The Constitution Day event, “The Futures of Marriage Equality and Religious Liberty: Perspectives on Obergefell v. Hodges” will begin at 11 a.m. in Room 100 of the Auditorium Building. Constitution Day programming is sponsored by the UNT Honors College with funding from the Jack Miller Center and UNT Libraries.
Newly discovered film in the NBC 5/KXAS Television News Collection has revealed footage of Irma E.L. Sephas, the first African-American undergraduate student at the University of North Texas attending classes on February 9, 1956. Prior to the discovery of this footage there was no known image of Sephas or of this historic time on campus.
Please join the University of North Texas Libraries and the Denton Public Library for
UNT Speaks out on Bees
Featuring Jessica Beckham, a doctoral candidate in Environmental Sciences whose work examines Texas bumblebee populations, and Will Hicks, a full time web developer with the UNT Libraries, and part time hobby beekeeper.
Please join the UNT Libraries and the Office of Spiritual Life for the first of our new Interfaith Conversations series.
Online Muslim: Religion, Politics, & Humor on the Internet
Amanda Quraishi is a technology professional and interfaith activist from Austin, Texas.
Attend at UNT, or view the talk online!
This month the University of North Texas reached 20,077 reports in its CRS Reports collection available through the UNT Digital Library. CRS, or Congressional Research Service, Reports are materials commissioned by Congress and produced by a division of the Library of Congress. CRS Reports are funded by tax dollars but are not readily available to the public. As noted in a recent New York Times Op-Ed, CRS Reports are “not classified.
The UNT Libraries' Community Service Committee will sponsor a bike, skate, and pedestrian safety event on Wednesday, August 19 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. in the Willis Library Forum.
Join the UNT Police, Risk Management, UNT Cycling Club, and local bike and skate shops to learn how to safely walk, skate, bike, and drive across campus. Local bike and skate shops will also share information on products and services they offer.
We hope to see you there!
New historic documents, photographs, and scrapbooks are now available in the Barbara C. Jordan Archives digital collection through the Portal to Texas History.
UNT and Texas A&M Libraries worked with professionals from Jimma, Mettu, and Addis Ababa Universities in Ethiopia toward a goal of improving the institutions' digital repositories.