Neurodiversity Professional Network

The UNT Neurodiversity Professional Network serves employees that identify as Neurodivergent, as well as allies, and focuses on three areas:

  1. Support neurodivergent employees so that they can contribute to the university's mission as effectively as possible;
  2. Educate allies so that they can support the work of neurodivergent colleagues from a basis in current, accurate information;
  3. Represent neurodivergent employees to the university community so that their value and contributions are recognized.

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are voluntary, employee-led groups that foster a diverse, inclusive workplace aligned with organizational mission, values, goals, business practices, and objectives. ERG’s are a critical piece of an organization’s diversity and inclusion strategy. The University of North Texas, through the Division of Institutional Equity & Diversity, supports the work of ERGs in the development, support and retention of employees.

Meeting Day & Time

Meetings are held every third Wednesday from 11:30 – 1:00 p.m. Join us on Zoom!


For more information, contact Linda Holloway.

Upcoming Events

Headshot of John Elder Robison with text in green reading: Being Different: Turning Childhood Disabilities into Adult Gifts Presented by John Elder Robison

Please mark your calendar for March 30 for a campus-wide presentation on Zoom by John Elder Robison. Mr. Robison is an author, engineer, and person with neurodiversity. His book,  Look Me in the Eye, is a memoir detailing his life with an undiagnosed Autism Spectrum Disorder and the struggles he faced for not understanding his disability. The presentation will be followed with a discussion of how to support UNT community members who are neurodivergent. Contact Linda Holloway for any questions.