Volume 18, No. 1 - Spring 2009
UNT - University of North Texas - Discover the Power of Ideas

Science, Scholarship &
the Arts at the University of North Texas

Archives

Texas History Research

2007-08 issue

Texas History Research; Lessons from Music; Teaching Future Educators; Can plastic be eco-friendly?; Spanish Language Media; Modeling Interactions; Medical Anthropology

Core Studies; Health Science Careers; High-Powered Combination; In Cultural Context; Lost Treasures; Modeling Human Development; Oxygen Deprivation

2006-07 issue

Core Studies; Health Science Careers; High-Powered Combination; In Cultural Context; Lost Treasures; Modeling Human Development; Oxygen Deprivation


Heart Research; Art Simply; Mapping Outbreaks; Masters of the Stage; Shrinking Chips

2003-04 issue

Heart Research; Art Simply; Mapping Outbreaks; Masters of the Stage; Shrinking Chips


A Future in Plastics; The Power of the Pen; The Aging of the Brain; Secrets of the Heart; Tissue Engineering; Economic Indicators

2001-02 issue

A Future in Plastics; The Power of the Pen; The Aging of the Brain; Secrets of the Heart; Tissue Engineering; Economic Indicators

Heart Research; Art Simply; Mapping Outbreaks; Masters os the Stage; Shrinking Chips

2000-01 issue

Ancient Travelers; The Art and Science of Music; Water Wisdom; Advanced Research; Diagnosis by Computer; Flower Power

Departments

President's Note

Emerging strengths, expanding expertise

Initiatives

Research funding, Discovery Park, new deans

Awards

Honors for research and creativity

News Briefs

Solutions and scholarship across disciplines

New Faculty

Experts in conducting, Latino political behavior, tinnitus, materials science

Student Researchers

Projects in education, science, social science, art, business, music

Faculty Books

Poetry, justice, Aztec history and more

End Note

A growing research agenda



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