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UNT students create augmented reality programUniversity of North Texas juniors David Woodward, Tim Stern and Juan Ruiz are reaching for the stars with an augmented reality program that could change the way astronauts communicate in space. Their work is part of the NASA Spacesuit User Interface Technologies (SUITS) Design Challenge, which tasked students to develop a system to provide real-time visual communication via an astronaut’s helmet visor.
UNT appoints new College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences deanThe University of North Texas welcomes Tamara Brown as its new executive dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. Brown will be responsible for the largest college on campus, which has 9,000 students and is made up of more than 22 academic departments and programs such as anthropology, media arts and political science.
UNT student wins IBM's Master the Mainframe coding contest for the second timeA University of North Texas G. Brint Ryan College of Business student was the first woman to win IBM’s collegiate coding contest, Master the Mainframe, last year – and now, she’s done it again. The win by senior Anna McKee marks the third consecutive time a UNT student has won the competition.
UNT student and mentor develop new tool for cancer researchA University of North Texas researcher and a 16-year old student are working together to fight cancer with mathematics. Julia Christina Ayalde Camacho, a student in the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science and Xuexia Wang, an associate professor and researcher of statistics in UNT’s Department of Mathematics, are working together as mentor and student to explore new ways to apply computational biology and statistics to cancer research.
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