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Music Library unveils donation by Dallas man's estate

The thousands of items include piano rolls, cylinders and 78 rpm discs -- and, most prominently, a Model B Ampico Knabe Grand reproducing piano. An April 30 reception will include music from the collection played on that piano and vintage phonographs.

Posted on: Thu 17 April 2014

Engineering student wins National Science Foundation fellowship

Natalie Parde won the Graduate Research Fellowship for her work studying natural language processing, which makes it possible for computers to understand how computers talk and write.

Posted on: Thu 17 April 2014

Nader to lead discussion on global research, partnerships

Rick Nader, vice provost for international affairs, says universities must create strategic research and graduate education networks worldwide in order to thrive. He speaks at the 2014 Association of International Education Administrators Forum, which begins April 6.

Posted on: Thu 03 April 2014

UNT to co-sponsor fifth Jalisco-Texas Conference

Faculty members and doctoral students from the College of Education will present research at the March 25-27 meeting in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Posted on: Tue 18 March 2014

New, high-tech engineering laboratories to advance research at UNT

The College of Engineering will celebrate the opening of its new 30,000 square feet research laboratory and teaching space with a ribbon cutting ceremony March 25.

Posted on: Tue 18 March 2014

UNT students earn national research placement

Biology students Zane Gibbs and Son Le each earned placement in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Exceptional Research Opportunities Program. Le will study nerve cell communication, and Gibbs join a cancer research project.

Posted on: Mon 24 February 2014

Is height important in matters of the heart?

The study found women preferred men who were taller than they were.

Posted on: Wed 12 February 2014

Women journalists covering Mexican murders faced chilling impact

Tracy Everbach, associate professor of journalism, followed women journalists covering the drug cartel wars and discovered they faced death threats and needed emotional support from each other. Her findings appeared on the cover of the journalism magazine Quill.

Posted on: Wed 12 February 2014

Scholars from throughout U.S. to present research at UNT conference

The 16th Annual Texas National McNair Scholars Research Conference, which runs Feb. 14-16, will attract students such as Clifford Morrison, who are conducting studies as undergraduates.

Posted on: Fri 07 February 2014

UNT launches biomedical engineering degree program

Students can now earn bachelor's and master's degrees in biomedical engineering -- one of the fastest growing career fields in the country. The department will be the sixth in the College of Engineering, headed by Costas Tsatsoulis.

Posted on: Tue 28 January 2014