The purpose of the competition and exhibition is to encourage developing student’s work in the medium of Artists’ Books, to foster the creation of Artists’ Books, reward excellence and creativity in the medium of Artists’ Books, and to build the collection of Artists’ Books in UNT Special Collections.
David J. Cameron will discuss how the intersections of race and religion in the Bayou City shaped Houston-area Baptists’ participation in the struggle for civil rights through religious associations, churches, and leaders.
Starting Monday, July 23 and continuing through August 10, students can bring in cans of food and receive a reduction on their fines. 1 can = $1.00 and only applies to fines. Can must be larger than 12 oz and cannot be dented or expired. The maximum reduction is $20.00. Students can bring the items to the Willis Library Services Desk during regular service desk hours.
This screening will be handling themes such as Women’s History Month, women in the workplace – the wonderful Rosalind Russell in her “business lady” roles and anything you want to discuss about the film!
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: