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Author Geoffrey Galt Harpham to Speak on the Importance of the Humanities in Higher Education

Geoffrey Galt Harpham, President and Director of the National Humanities Center, will discuss “Valuing and Evaluating the Humanities,” at Willis Library Forum April 28, 29.

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UNT Visiting Writers Series Presents Michael Ondaatje

Michael Ondaatje, author of the iconic novel The English Patient, will visit UNT March 27th in the latest installment of the UNT Visiting Writers Series. A reading and book signing will take place in ESSC 255.

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2015 UNT Rilke Prize Awarded to Poet Mark Wunderlich

Mark Wunderlich’s The Earth Avails, published by Graywolf Press, has won the 2015 UNT Rilke Prize. The $10,000 prize recognizes a book written by a mid-career poet and published in the preceding year that demonstrates exceptional artistry and vision.

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Dr. Jeffry Kelber Joins a National Center for Spintronics Research

Jeffry Kelber, Regents Professor of Chemistry and 24-year veteran of UNT, recently joined a national center for spintronics research.

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National Geographic talks with Dr. Ricardo Rozzi about his work in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve

National Geographic recently sat down with Philosophy and Religion Professor Dr. Ricardo Rozzi to discuss the impact of the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. Rozzi helped establish the Reserve in 2006, which harbors the world's cleanest rain and cleanest streams.

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WFAA Holds 45th Annual Holiday Toy Collection Drive

WFAA's Santa's Helpers is celebrating its 45th year of collecting holiday toys for children throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth counties of Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton. Collection boxes have been placed all around the UNT-Denton campus, including on the 2nd floor of the GAB.

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Holocaust Survivor Paul Kessler to Speak at UNT Monday, November 17

The UNT Jewish and Israel Studies Program is hosting Holocaust Survivor Paul Kessler on Monday, November 17. We invite you to attend Mr. Kessler’s 6:30 pm talk, “Hidden Child of the Holocaust,” which will be followed by a Q & A. 

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