TWU-UNT Master of Social Work Information Session

The Master of Social Work degree is one of the most highly recognized degrees in health and human services, opening the door for employment opportunities in health care, child and family services, mental health and a variety of other exciting career fields. Both Texas Woman's University (TWU) and the University of North Texas (UNT) have had continually accredited, strong Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) degree programs since the mid-1970s. These two B.S.W. programs have worked closely together for decades and see the joint M.S.W. as a continuation and deepening of this relationship.

Graduate School: The Guide to Getting In

This program is designed for students who are planning on applying to graduate school. This one hour workshop is intended to help you get ready to navigate the graduate school application process. An example of topics covered includes entrance exams, securing letters of recommendation and personal statements. This program is free and open to current UNT students and staff. Registration is not required, but spots do fill up quickly and are on a first come, first serve basis. To ensure a seat, we recommend you arrive 10-15 minutes early.

Honors Day 2018

Honors Day 2018April 20, 20183:00pm to 5:00pmUNT ColiseumFor more than half a century—since 1950—the University of North Texas has observed the tradition of coming together each academic year to honor our most accomplished and distinguished students, faculty, and staff. Honors Day is an important event in the life of the institution and is co-hosted by the Division of Student Affairs and the Honors College.

Day of DH

A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is an international celebration of technology and the humanities. Join UNT librarians, faculty, staff and students March 6, 2018 to learn about digital humanities concepts, projects and tools. We define “digital humanities” broadly as any scholarly or creative activity that exploits the potential of digital media for humanities teaching, scholarly communication or research. We welcome digital scholarship practitioners from any discipline to contribute.

A Conversation about Graphic Medicine with Dr. Patti Brennan

A special public program in conjunction with Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived and Well Drawn, a new National Library of Medicine special display, traveling banner exhibition, and online exhibition launching in January 2018. Dr. Patti Brennan, director of the NLM, will explore the meaning of graphic medicine, an emerging genre of medical literature that combines the art of comics and personal illness narrative.

Graduate Research Award

Toulouse Graduate School offers a limited number of competitive scholarships to selected graduate students who are in good academic standing. These travel grants are offered to support the costs of travel to professional meetings that are relevant to their degree.

Graduate School: The Guide to Getting In

This program is designed for students who are planning on applying to graduate school. This one hour workshop is intended to help you get ready to navigate the graduate school application process. An example of topics covered includes entrance exams, securing letters of recommendation and personal statements. This program is free and open to current UNT students and staff. Registration is not required, but spots do fill up quickly and are on a first come, first serve basis. To ensure a seat, we recommend you arrive 10-15 minutes early.

Simultaneous electrophysiological and morphological assessment of damage to nerve cell networks in vitro after tangential 50-300g impacts

Candidate Name: Edmond Rogers
Degree Type: MS
Major: Biology
Thesis Title:  Simultaneous electrophysiological and morphological assessment of damage to nerve cell networks in vitro after tangential 50-300g impacts.
Start Time: 10:00
End Time: 12:00

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