UNT Distinguished Lecture Series Presents Dr. Mae C. Jemison

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On Wednesday, February 22, members and guests of the UNT community will have the opportunity to hear a presentation from Dr. Mae C. Jemison at the UNT Distinguished Lecture Series sponsored by the UNT Division of Student Affairs. Presentation at UNT Distinguished Lecture Series Where: Union 314 When: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 – 8:00pm – 9:00pm How much:… Read more »

Get Crafty with 3D Paper Models

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Paper modeling is the art of constructing scale models of things out of cut and folded pieces of paper. It is a fun and creative way for students of all ages to learn about geology, geography, space science, and other topics. In the Eagle Commons Library, we have a large selection of templates for paper… Read more »

From Pluto, with Love

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The New Horizons space probe has sent us a postcard from Pluto, and it’s a valentine! Exactly 50 years after Mariner 4 became the first spacecraft to capture close-up images of another planet (Mars), New Horizons has become the first spacecraft to send back high-resolution images of Pluto, finally completing NASA’s initial reconnaissance of every planet… Read more »