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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.
LaCore Labs’ $1 million dollar gift establishes research innovation center at UNTA new collaboration between LaCore Labs and the University of North Texas will include a $1 million gift eligible for matching funds from the Texas Research Incentive Program, a new laboratory, sponsored research, a license to UNT technology and real-world opportunities for students.
Professor works to lift voices of young children through photographyAssistant professor Tran Nguyen Templeton is working to help children express themselves and tell their own stories even though they are not yet old enough to write. Templeton, who teaches in the University of North Texas’ College of Education, researches how 2- to 5-year-olds express their understanding of the world and how they fit into it through photography.
UNT developing first cyber knowledge bank for open access books with $1.2M grantThe University of North Texas is leading a team with members from around the world to create an international data trust improving the measurement and analysis of open access book usage. The new data trust, funded through a $1.2 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, will be the first of its kind for scholarly publishing, enabling universities and publishers to share and analyze data on open access works.
UNT professor’s virtual lab may hold key to preventing undersea oil pipeline leaksComplex organic chemistry experiments often take days or weeks to conduct in a laboratory, but not anymore. Oliviero Andreussi has created a virtual organic chemistry laboratory inside a supercomputer to conduct these same experiments in a matter of minutes. By using computational chemistry, the University of North Texas assistant professor will begin cycling through scientific databases listing thousands of organic molecules to determine the various effects of different compounds on the production or suppression of natural gas hydrates.
UNT College of Education online programs ranked among nation’s top 20 by U.S. News & World ReportThe University of North Texas College of Education online master’s programs ranked among the nation’s top 20 in multiple categories in U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 Best Online Programs rankings. This year, U.S. News & World Report included 18 new specialty rankings. UNT online master’s programs in education ranked among the top 20 nationally on two of the new lists, coming in at No. 15 in curriculum and instruction and No. 17 in educational administration. UNT also ranked No. 20 on this year’s list of Best Online Master's in Education Programs.
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