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UNT at Frisco branch campus plans underway
In partnership with the City of Frisco, the University of North Texas is developing a 100-acre site known as the Frisco branch campus. This new campus, an extension of UNT’s campus in Denton and the current Frisco campuses, will expand educational opportunities in the North Texas region now and into the future, giving students the convenience of multiple campuses, in person and online courses. Initial construction work on the new branch campus has begun and is anticipated to open with 27 undergraduate and master’s level degree programs.
It’s a 3-peat: UNT grows again, enrolls 42,372 to defy national trend
For three years in a row the University of North Texas has grown significantly while higher education institutions across the country are facing large declines in enrollment.
The latest 12th-class day enrollment report at UNT shows 42,372 students are working to earn their degree at Texas’ most comprehensive Tier One research university serving the North Texas region – an increase of 4.2%.
New York artist Matthew Ritchie explores presence of internet and virtual communication in UNT exhibit
Internationally renowned artist Matthew Ritchie is debuting an interdisciplinary exhibit at the University of North Texas College of Visual Arts and Design this fall.
Ritchie is a New York-based artist known for his paintings and installations that draw from the vocabularies of science, sociology, anthropology, mythology and the history of art. His artworks have been exhibited locally and internationally including at the Dallas Museum of Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York and Barbican Centre in London.
UNT chemistry professors’ research could lower greenhouse gases and create economic benefits worldwide
The National Science Foundation is funding a team of researchers at the University of North Texas who are looking for solutions they hope will one day revolutionize how ammonia is produced, leading to significant environmental impacts and economic benefits for farmers and consumers.
Chemistry professors Thomas Cundari, Francis D’Souza and Jeffry Kelber have received a three-year $500,000 grant to investigate fundamental chemical interactions for nitrogen reduction reactions needed to produce ammonia through more energy-efficient routes.
UNT brings food hall dining experience to campus with Eagle Landing
As the University of North Texas welcomes students back to campus for the fall semester, it is officially celebrating the opening of its newest dining hall inspired by Legacy Hall in Plano.
Eagle Landing includes seven independent restaurant concepts under one roof featuring a variety of fresh, made-from-scratch food and recipes crafted by UNT’s in-house culinary team.
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