Stories

<p>Richard Dixon</p>
Professor Elected into Royal Society

2018 Summer

Richard Dixon was elected into the United Kingdom's prestigious scientific organization.

<p>Donghui Zhu</p>
Grant Awarded for Stent Development

2018 Summer

The College of Engineering received a $2 million grant to develop a biodegradable medical stent.

<p>Kathryn Ostermeier</p>
Work Identities Research

2018 Summer

Ph.D. candidate studying how different identities at work or at home impact people on the job.

<p>President Neil Smatresk presents NetDragon founder Dejian Liu with an eagle painting at the NetDragon Digital Research Centre launch announcement May 15. The centre will offer students and faculty sponsored research and technology development opportunitie</p>
UNT Launches NetDragon Digital Research Centre

2018 Summer

UNT joined forces with Digital Train Limited to launch its NetDragon Digital Research Centre in May.

<p>Jana Hawley, dean of CMHT</p>
New Dean of CMHT

2018 Summer

Jana Hawley is joining UNT as the dean of the College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism.

<p>Wesley Randall, dean of New College</p>
New Dean of New College

2018 Summer

Wesley Randall, professor of logistics, is the new dean of UNT's New College.

<p>From left to right, James Renfroe and Matthew Hernandez.</p>
Debate Tournament

2018 Summer

UNT debaters finished in the top 44 teams in national debate tournaments.

Megan Seymore
Audit Foundation Grant Recipient

2018 Summer

Accounting doctoral candidate awarded $10,000 Michael J. Barrett Doctoral Dissertation Grant.

<p>Pictured at left, from left to right: Frisco City Councilman Will Sowell, Frisco Mayor Pro Tem Shona Huffman, Frisco City Councilman Bill Woodard, Scrappy, Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney, UNT President Neal Smatresk, Frisco Deputy Mayor Pro Tem John Keating and</p>
Spreading Its Wings

2018 Summer

UNT develops partnership with Frisco to make way for a new branch campus in Collin County.

<p>From left, Diamond Eagles Society co-founders Cathy Bryce (’91 Ph.D.), Debbie Smatresk and Shari McCoy</p>
New Initiative Creates Campus Impact

2018 Spring

Diamond Eagles Society raises money for patio at UNT Alumni Pavilion.

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