Students, faculty and staff are invited to take a break and relax with certified therapy dogs on Wednesday, June 26. “Paws at Lewis Library” will be in the Reference Office (LIB 222), 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and 4 to 6 p.m.
The Education Annexes demolition is already helping create a healthier community. Much of the debris is being recycled; the goal is 75 percent.
The first step in creating a Library courtyard came Monday, March 26, with the start of demolition of the Education Annexes. The building at 901 Montgomery St., the northernmost part of the annexes, was mostly reduced to rubble in short order. Demolition will proceed southward until all the ground structures are removed.
The construction fence is up, and the “circle drive” is temporarily closed. The contractor, Midwest Wrecking, is scheduled to bring equipment to campus on Monday, March 26, to start demolishing the Education Annexes at 901 and 999 Montgomery St.
Demolition of the Education Annex buildings at 901 and 999 Montgomery Street is scheduled to begin in the next week or two. This is the beginning of the first phase of construction of a library courtyard that will serve as an outdoor commons area and provide a view of the Library from Montgomery Street.
The UNT Health Science Center will be closed for the Labor Day holiday on Monday, Sept. 6. Administrative offices will re-open at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7.
An ultra-modern scanner is giving new life to historic documents housed at the UNT Health Science Center’s Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library. In about six months, items once tucked away in book stacks and storage areas will be readily available to anyone online at the UNTHSC Scholarly Repository.
To meet the needs of our expanding student body and our growing campus, the Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library at the UNT Health Science Center is making some big improvements, including adding study space and offering 24-hour access to the main floor.