Stories

National Endowment for the Arts Grant

2015 Spring

UNT faculty member Ruth West brings together art and science for new project.

STEM Innovators

2015 Spring

TAMS celebrates 25 years in preparing the next generation of engineers, scientists and physicians.

Leveraging Strengths

2015 Spring

UNT is focusing research efforts on solutions and partnerships.

NSF Graduate Fellowship

2014 Summer

Computer science graduate student won for her work in natural language processing.

Innovation and Education

2014 Spring

Students learn in an environment rich in opportunities as UNT advances research and creativity.

John Sandoval

2014 Spring

Pediatric surgeon helps children fight cancer at St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.

Legal and Health Careers

2014 Spring

UNT's programs and pre-professional tracks prime students for law and allied health schools.

Signaling Mechanisms in Plants

2012 Spring

Groundbreaking research earns UNT a national reputation in plant science.

Professor Receives Grant from the Department of Defense

Guido Verbeck, assistant professor of chemistry, received a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense Battlefield Forensic Program to develop a forensic tool that could soon make the analysis of evidence faster and more accurate in the wars against drugs and terror.

Solar Energy Research

2012 Spring

Chemistry and Materials Science and Engineering professor Francis D’Souza receives grant.

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