Our UNT alumni family may be physically distanced during these uncertain times, but we are not socially disconnected. At UNT Alumni Live! virtual events, you can learn something new and have a little Mean Green fun without leaving your house.
Join us at 4:00 p.m. CDT for free virtual events hosted on Zoom and Facebook Live.
Register for Upcoming Alumni Live! Events
Lead Like a Woman with Deborah Smith Pegues – August 13, 2020
After graduating from UNT in 1972, Deborah Smith Pegues went on to become an international speaker, TV host and the bestselling author. She’ll join us to talk about her latest book, Lead Like a Woman, and give insight into her personal and professional successes.
Football with Patrick Cobbs – August 27, 2020 | 7-8 p.m.
Former Mean Green and NFL running back Patrick Cobbs (’05) will chat about his work as North Texas Football’s running back coach and give us a look inside UNT’s Lovelace and McNatt Families Practice Facility.
Please note the special time for this event.
UNT Diamond Eagles Student Resource Center – September 10, 2020
Join us for a look inside the Diamond Eagles Student Resource Center, which houses the UNT Food Pantry, the Suit Up Closet and the Mean Green Gowns for Grads program. We’ll learn how the Dean of Students Office used funding from the UNT Diamond Eagles to expand these essential services that help students succeed.
Past Alumni Live! Events
Texas Barbecue with Brent Reaves
Get summer barbecue-ready with tips and tricks from Brent Reaves (’99), president of Dallas’ legendary Smokey John’s BBQ! He’ll share what he learned growing up around barbecue and explain how UNT prepared him to continue his father’s restaurant legacy.
The Explorium Children’s Museum with Anyah Martinez
Have kids in need of some summer fun? Anyah Martinez (’04 M.S.), founder of Denton’s only children’s museum, and staff member Samantha Julsaint, a junior biology student at UNT, will give a tour of the Explorium and walk us through some easy experiments and activities you can recreate at home.
Live Music Featuring Raised Right Men
It’s Mean Green Music time! Tune in to hear Raised Right Men perform live from the UNT Alumni Pavilion — it’s sure to be the perfect way to wind down from a busy day and have fun with your Mean Green family.
Tour UNT at Frisco with Zain Ali
Curious about the UNT at Frisco campus? In this episode Zain Ali, clinical professor and program director for problem-based learning at UNT at Frisco, will give a tour of the campus and talk about a new degree program that is the only one of its kind in Texas!
Craft Brewing with George Esquivel
George Esquivel (’91) turned a passion for craft beer and a carriage house built in the early 1900s into a thriving brewery in the heart of Dallas. Take a look inside Four Corners Brewing Company and learn about the brewing process from an expert!
Moments that Matter with Photographer Brandon Thibodeaux
Photographer Brandon Thibodeaux (’06) has been featured in museums across the country, including the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. He has worked for The Wall Street Journal, ESPN, The New Yorker and many more publications. Tune in for tips on taking great photographs!
Jazz with Scott Tixier
Jazz violinist Scott Tixier shares a glimpse into his exciting career, from teaching in UNT’s College of Music to working with music legends and winning Grammy Awards!
Wine Tasting with John Matthews
John Matthews (’83, ’87 M.B.A.) returns for a wine tasting with a UNT twist! Learn more about why wines taste the way they do and how best to pair them with your favorite foods. (Need a bottle of North Texas Tempranillo in time for the tasting? Order it here and help fund UNT student scholarships!)
Cooking with UNT President Neal Smatresk
Scientist. Leader. Chef? UNT’s own President Neal Smatresk shares his culinary talents from his home kitchen! Follow along as he cooks one of his favorite dishes — we’ll email you the recipe after the event so you can try it yourself.
Cassaro Winery Tour with John Matthews
John Matthews (’83, ’87 M.B.A.), owner and operator of Cassaro Winery and Vineyards, takes us on a tour of the winery and explains how his North Texas Tempranillo helps fund UNT student scholarships.