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UNT receives new designation from federal agencies

The National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security have named UNT as a Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Research -- giving business, criminal justice and engineering faculty members an edge in research funding.

Posted on: Thu 19 March 2015

Research from Castleberry Peace Institute to be on display

Faculty and graduate students will show the cause and effect of conflict March 11.

Posted on: Thu 26 February 2015

TAMS student to present forensic chemistry research in Austin

Tiffany Jiang will attend Texas Undergraduate Research Day March 4.

Posted on: Thu 26 February 2015

UNT Libraries to house archives from Dallas cultural arts institution

Posters, programs, photos and other items from the Black Academy of Arts and Letters, which hosted many award-winning performers, will be housed in the Special Collections.

Posted on: Tue 03 February 2015

How would drivers’ habits change in self-driving cars?

A class led by anthropology professor Christina Wasson explored the issue for Nissan.

Posted on: Thu 29 January 2015

UNT partners with company to research aerial emergency relief system

SkyLIFE Technology will provide an annual scholarship, an internship and grants to faculty members as researchers in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service study ways to effectively provide relief packets to meet the needs of particular populations and locations.

Posted on: Thu 15 January 2015

Less pain; more gain

UNT researchers win $45,000 in grants to study ways to get more out of exercise.

Posted on: Wed 07 January 2015

UNT psychologist studies bosses' psychopathic traits, leadership

If workers think they have a horrible boss, Craig Neumann may know the answer for them.

Posted on: Thu 11 December 2014

Length of hospital stays may contribute to Hispanic Mortality Paradox

Psychology professor John Ruiz found Hispanics spent less time in the hospital than non-Hispanic whites and non-Hispanic blacks.

Posted on: Fri 14 November 2014

College of Engineering joins research consortium

Cheng Yu, coordinator of the construction engineering technology program, said UNT and partner institutions can combine their expertise and facilities on cold-formed steel, an economical and recyclable material used in buildings and other structures.

Posted on: Wed 05 November 2014

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