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The Study of Water

Since the 1930s, researchers at the University of North Texas have been passionate about water research. Today, their work ranges from aquatic toxicology, restoration and conservation, to the interdisciplinary exploration of water issues through environmental philosophy and film.

By Alyssa Yancey and Adrienne Nettles


National Science Foundation Centers

Cooperative research center and two new sites benefit industry, students and faculty researchers.

By Alyssa Yancey

Advancement of the Arts

Through poetry, art and music, faculty fellows expand artistic excellence at UNT and beyond.

By Ellen Rossetti

Logistics and Supply Chains

Dallas-Fort Worth area serves as real-life laboratory for faculty studying movement of goods.

By Leslie Wimmer

Construction Engineering

NSF CAREER award-winning expert on cold-formed steel contributes to industry standards.

By Jessica DeLeón

Research Experiences for Undergraduates

REU sites in anthropology, chemistry and political science offer unique opportunities for undergraduate research.

By Nancy Kolsti

Cellular Biology

Doctoral student creates a chemical map to analyze the lipid composition of plants in greater detail.

By Jessica DeLeón


President's Note

Transformative research and education


Student research and sustainability


Timoshenko Medal, ACS awards, international leadership

News Briefs

I-Corps, black holes, new clusters, Lone Star Professor

Faculty Researchers

Experts in engineering, computer science, poetry, environmental studies, instrumental studies

Student Researchers

Mercury legislation, math algorithms, library education, media ethics, neuroscience, consumer behavior

Faculty Books

Politics, natural language processing, sociology

End Note

Research momentum and support

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