Jay Leno, host of “The Tonight Show” for 22 years, will be the featured performer at “An Evening with a Legend,” sponsored by the UNT Health Science Center Foundation to benefit the University’s research, education and health care mission.
Renowned country music artist Clint Black will share an intimate acoustic set of his greatest hits in a benefit concert Nov. 7 at Bass Hall, “An Evening With A Legend.”
Health Science Center volunteers help thousands stay hydrated each year during the festival called Day in the District, and you can be part of the fun.
What’s with all the “U”s on campus recently? Just a fun way to introduce this year’s internal giving campaign (formerly known as Campus Pride): “SolUtions aren’t possible without U.”
To prevent congestion in the area and to be a good neighbor, please remember that no UNTHSC parking is allowed anywhere this sign is displayed on the residential streets west of campus.
Thursday’s heat index was 109, but crowds still flocked to Cowtown Farmers Market’s first event on the UNT Health Science Center campus.
Every blood donation can save three people. You have a chance to do that in the Everett Atrium between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Wednesday, July 3 when Carter BloodCare brings us a blood drive open to students, employees and the public.
UNTHSC faculty, staff and students regularly earn recognition as they create solutions for a healthier community. Some of the latest:
The Health Science Center geared up its commitment to a healthier community with the installation of a Fort Worth Bike Sharing station April 3. What’s bike sharing?
UNT Health Science Center won two prestigious awards during this week’s annual conference of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VI, held in Fort Worth.