UNT System News Briefs – April 3, 2019

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Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Bridging Gaps Podcast: Chancellor Lesa Roe and Paul Corliss host UNT AD Wren Baker

Hosted by UNT System Chancellor Lesa Roe and Chief Communications Officer Paul Corliss, the Bridging Gaps Podcast welcomes Wren Baker, Vice President and Director of Athletics for the University of North Texas ...

Bachelor's Degree Center Releases National Rankings of Marketing Degree Programs
    PRNewswire (press release)

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. University of North Texas. University of South Dakota. University of South Florida. University of Texas at ...

Here Are The Best Public Colleges In Texas

University of Texas is the best public college in Texas, according to new national rankings published Monday by ... University of North Texas (Texas).

Public hearing date, quorum for ethics complaints not set
    North Texas Daily

Meltzer's wife and Armintor are both UNT employees. According to the Denton Record-Chronicle, several current members of the board of ethics are ...

Council revisits ethics board appointments
    Denton Record Chronicle

Both face possible sanctions for participating in a vote that placed polling locations on the University of North Texas campus for the May 4 election.

Consumer Experience Symposium set at UNT
    Denton Record Chronicle

The Consumer Experience Symposium at the University of North Texas will focus on "leveraging technology and human factors to create optimal ...

New offensive coordinator Bodie Reeder looks to rejuvenate Mean Green offense
    North Texas Daily

The Mean Green were left without the offensive mind that led them to be one of the top-ranked offenses in Conference USA. North Texas sought for a ...

Women's basketball: Goodhart, fellow UNT seniors aim to finish tough journey with WBI title
    Denton Record Chronicle

The Mean Green hadn't posted a winning season in a decade and were looking to build under second-year coach Jalie Mitchell. The former ...

UNT spring breakout candidates No. 1 -- Jaelon Darden
    Denton Record Chronicle

The Mean Green have plenty of players to help pick up the slack. Darden may be the most talented of the bunch and will have plenty of opportunities ...