James Kennedy, UNT Regents Professor of biological sciences (pictured at center), speaks with UNT students and other participants during the Tracing Darwin's Path faculty-led study abroad course in Chile's Omora Ethnobotanical Park. The annual trip visits UNT's Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program, an international interdisciplinary consortium led by UNT in the U.S. and other Chilean universities and institutions.
Dear alumni and friends,
Happy New Year! In this issue, you’ll read about my winter trip to visit UNT’s Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program in Cape Horn, Chile, and the many ways UNT is moving forward this year. In addition to recent faculty, student and research successes, you’ll read about UNT alumni headed to the Winter Olympics, and those who have earned Grammy nominations.
Thanks to the support of UNT family members like you, we are able to become a better and stronger university for the students of today and tomorrow!