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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.

    UNT ecosystem geographer selected for EPA's clean air committee

    UNT ecosystem geographer selected for EPA's clean air committee

    University of North Texas ecosystem geographer Alexandra Ponette-González will serve on the nation’s top advisory committee informing air quality standards.

    Ponette-González is one of seven scientists recently selected for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee.

    UNT Art History Professor Nada Shabout earns 'Arab Nobel Prize'

    UNT Art History Professor Nada Shabout earns 'Arab Nobel Prize'

    University of North Texas Art History Professor Nada Shabout has received the Kuwait Prize for Arts and Literature from the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences.

    The Kuwait Prize, known regionally as the “Arab Nobel Prize,” recognizes the lifetime achievements of Arab researchers. Scholars are named each year in four categories — basic sciences, applied sciences, economics and social sciences, and arts and literature — and every three years in Arabic and Islamic scientific heritage.

    UNT researchers working to make roads safer with new road striping removal technology

    UNT researchers working to make roads safer with new road striping removal technology

    Two University of North Texas engineering professors are working to make roads safer and maintaining them more environmentally-friendly with their research.

    Maurizio Manzo and Zhenhua Huang, researchers in UNT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, are using a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation's Research and Implementation Division to solve a common problem that affects safety on the roads – road striping. Changing the yellow or white lines is not a simple task for highway departments.

    Making food more nutritious for animals and better for the planet

    Making food more nutritious for animals and better for the planet

    A University of North Texas College of Science professor has moved researchers across the globe closer to understanding how to make condensed tannins in forage crops such as alfalfa, not only making food more nutritious for animals, but potentially improving food supply and limiting global warming.

    New agreement leverages Texas Advanced Computing Center resources for research at UNT

    New agreement leverages Texas Advanced Computing Center resources for research at UNT

    To support the increasing demands of advanced computing in scientific research, the University of North Texas System and the University of Texas at Austin’s Texas Advanced Computing Center have signed a memorandum of understanding to provide access to enhanced cyberinfrastructure resources for UNT researchers.

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