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UNT earns grant to research adult literacy program this fall

Students are designing and implementing the Extensive Reading Program in collaboration with the Denton Public Library.

Posted on: Thu 18 September 2014

Dixon to serve on committee studying genetically modified crops

The project of the National Research Council will examine the history, safety, benefits and drawbacks of the practice around the world.

Posted on: Thu 18 September 2014

UNT-I reorganizes to expand global focus

Faculty, students and the community will see more and improved services as the university enhances its worldwide outreach.

Posted on: Fri 12 September 2014

Faculty members to study Native Americans' disaster preparedness

Gary Webb and Nicole Dash of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service received a $327,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for the three-year study that focuses on communities rather than individuals or households.

Posted on: Thu 28 August 2014

Online gaming competition advancing next generation electronics

Gayatri Mehta, assistant professor of electrical engineering, led the creation of the game that attempts to improve the efficiency of gadgets. Users can test it out and win prizes during the competition that runs until Aug. 31.

Posted on: Wed 20 August 2014

Psychologists seek youth for study on behaviors

Middle school and high school students can receive up to $50 for participating in one of two research studies in the Teen ST.A.R. Laboratory.

Posted on: Mon 18 August 2014

Company taps UNT to study wind turbine

Students and faculty members will evaluate the design at the Zero Energy Lab.

Posted on: Mon 18 August 2014

Making every meal count

Economics professors use forecasting models to help local soup kitchen.

Posted on: Mon 04 August 2014

Fitness may help middle school students avoid depression

Camilo Ruggero, assistant professor of psychology, surveyed 437 sixth graders in the Denton school district about their physical fitness and emotional well-being for the study.

Posted on: Fri 01 August 2014

Inspecting the tiny evidence

Forensic chemist Guido Verbeck has created a fraudulent document analysis device for the U.S. Department of Justice.

Posted on: Wed 30 July 2014

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