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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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Philosophy and Religion Professor Invited to Participate in IUCN "World Leaders' Dialogue" Panel

Dr. Ricardo Rozzi, a Professor of Philosophy and Religion Studies, and co-director of the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program at the University of North Texas (UNT) has been invited to participate as a panelist at the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

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Department of Communication Wins Homecoming Decorating Contest

The Department of Communication Studies has won the decorating contest for homecoming! This year’s theme was “Welcome to the Mean Green Circus!” Take a look at the department’s fabulous decorations.

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UNT Names New Interim Dean for College of Arts and Sciences

David Holdeman, professor of English and chair of the UNT Department of English, will become the new interim dean for the College of Arts and Sciences, effective Nov. 1.

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Chemistry Professor's Invention Helps U.S. Department of Justice Identify Counterfeit Documents

UNT Chemistry Professor Dr. Guido Verbeck has created a device for the U.S. Department of Justice to analyze the materials criminals use to create counterfeit documents. It’s called a nanomanipulator.

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