UNT System News Briefs – November 30, 2018

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Friday, November 30, 2018

Former UNT athletes reflect on final stage of Fouts Field demolition
    Denton Record Chronicle

Tony Armstrong peered across the turf at Fouts Field and saw a mountain of a man standing next to Fritz Von Erich during his days playing for the North Texas football team back in the 1970s.

Women’s Volleyball: UNT wins first-round match in NIVC
    Denton Record Chronicle

North Texas is moving on in the National Invitational Volleyball Championship for the second straight year.

UNT soccer standout James named NCAA All-American
    Denton Record Chronicle

Dominique James added one more honor to her landmark junior season Thursday when the key member of North Texas’ defense was named an NCAA All-American.

Report: Kansas State likely to part ways with Snyder, target UNT coach Seth Littrell
    Denton Record Chronicle

Bill Snyder's time as the head coach at Kansas State could soon be coming to an end, opening the door for the school to pursue North Texas coach Seth Littrell as his replacement, according to a report published tonight.

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center was Awarded a $200,000 Bank of American Neighborhood Builders Grant at the DEC@REDBIRD Grand Opening
    Dallas Weekly

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit that helps entrepreneurs start, build and grow their businesses, was awarded $200,000 grant…

Drink it in: Denton starts holiday season with lighting festival, wassail event
    Denton Record Chronicle

... wassail on Saturday, why not do a little more walking to the city's historical district, located between the Square and the University of North Texas?

UNT Opens 3D Printing Lab: 'It Is Definitely A Game Changer' 
    CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

University of North Texas officials held an open house to unveil the new College of Engineering Additive Manufacturing Lab that will dedicate itself to the use and research of 3D printing.
    Full Coverage

This 19-year-old is the youngest known Ph.D at UNT
    Fort Worth Star Telegram

When 19-year-old Noel Jett picks up her latest diploma in December, she walks across a ceremonial stage as the youngest known Ph.D graduate from ...