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Terry Scholars deadline for transfer students is April 19!
UNT nominates eligible students transferring to UNT and the Terry Foundation awards 6 $13,000-scholarships each year.
UNT to co-host US-China Smart Education Conference
Hundreds of global thought leaders, technology experts, industry leaders and educators from all learning levels are expected to participate in the international US-China Smart Education Conference March 18-20, 2019, in Denton. The conference will feature a pitch competition inspired by the hit show Shark Tank® to encourage creative individuals and teams from the educational technology industry to “sell” their product vision to judges, companies and potential investors.
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.
UNT partners with PGA of America
"By partnering with the PGA of America, UNT hopes to develop unique internship and volunteer opportunities for students, conduct research and collect data on behalf of the PGA and develop educational programs for the PGA's 29,000 professionals," said UNT President Neal Smatresk.
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