Anne Shepler serves as principal investigator for the National Science Foundation-funded study of the hidden properties of symmertry. The results could be used in other fields such as chemistry, computer science and physics.
The building, which boasts recycling stations, water-efficient plumbing features and native plants as part of its landscaping, is the third structure to receive LEED certification and continues UNT's sustainability efforts.
The Texas Standard, the periodical of the Colored Teachers State Association of Texas is now available on the Portal to Texas History. The publication offers insight into the organization's fight to bring quality education to African American students.
Jacqueline DeMeritt specializes in the study of human rights and international relations. She encourages local involvement in groups that monitor and fight abuse. Away from UNT, she spends time with her husband and their dog, Apollo.
Direct deposit pay intended for disbursement this January was disbursed Dec. 30. IRS views this as 2011 income, which may affect taxes and retirement contributions. Employees who do not use direct deposit are not affected. Learn more.
Findings presented to the American Physical Society feature studies by Ben Urban, biophysics graduate student under the direction of Arup Neogi, professor of physics. The findings may be useful in cancer and nutrition research.
Jill Downen, a former Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellow, will use more than 1,400 pounds of plaster to create an installation in the UNT Art Gallery. The work opens for viewing with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 23.
The national program, sponsored at UNT by the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships, provides free information and assistance for Texas families applying for financial assistance for higher education.
Faculty and staff members have roles in transforming UNT into a nationally prominent university. Share your ideas on how you can help UNT to own excellence, keep students on track and improve graduation education.