Bill Nye, scientist, engineer, comedian, author and inventor, lives to make science entertaining and accessible. He shared his gift with UNT students this spring as part of the UNT Distinguished Lecture Series.
Ian Parberry, professor of computer science and engineering, was named a 2015 Distinguished Scientist by the Association for Computing Machinery, the world's leading association of computing professionals.
The College of Engineering's Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research allows international students and UNT faculty to transcend cultures and time-zones to work on challenging engineering research projects.
UNT libraries celebrated a milestone of 1 million digitized Texas newspaper pages online. UNT begins offering a new bachelor's degree in ecology for environmental science. UNT students built a Formula SAE series race car from scratch
Andrew Torget, assistant professor of history, and Rada Mihalcea, associate professor of computer science and engineering, have made it easier for users of the Portal to Texas History -- part of the UNT Libraries' digital collections -- to browse the pages of historical Texas newspapers online.