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UNT featured in nationwide "See Yourself in Frisco" campaign
UNT's presence in Frisco continues to grow. One of UNT’s partners, the Frisco Economic Development Corporation, recently featured UNT President Neal Smatresk in its national "See Yourself in Frisco" campaign, which includes advertisements in The Wall Street Journal. And the number of degree programs available is rapidly expanding. This year, we'll begin offering a three-year accelerated degree in Project Design and Analysis that enables UNT at Frisco students to participate in meaningful, project-based learning with local businesses, agencies and community partners.
Acclaimed Canadian musician Tanya Tagaq to perform at UNT Feb. 4Canadian musician Tanya Tagaq uses a unique instrument – her throat – to express her songs that tackle tough social issues. Tagaq’s albums – such as “Sinaa” and “Animism” – have won widespread praise in her native Canada, including the Juno Award and the Polaris Prize, and she has received the Order of Canada. She has brought attention to indigenous issues and her most recent work, “Retribution,” explores such topics as trauma, environmentalism and post-colonial issues.
UNT scientist unlocking the secrets of plant energyKent Chapman, a University of North Texas Regents Professor and director of the UNT BioDiscovery Institute, is questioning decades-old assumptions in plant biochemistry to find better ways of storing and using lipids, the energy molecules found in all plants. “Biofuels are the future and lipids are the key,” said Chapman.
UNT Kuehne Speaker Series reports record fundraising yearThe UNT Kuehne Speaker Series raised a record $2.6 million this year, largely because of a $1 million gift from series benefactor Ernie Kuehne. Kuehne announced the donation during the fall Kuehne Speaker Series event and said the gift was inspired by the generosity of the founding Emerald Lifetime Members who have given at least $250,000 to support the series in its mission to enhance academic excellence at UNT.
UNT scientist helps advance archaeology millions of yearsReid Ferring, a professor in the University of North Texas Department of Geography and the Environment, is part of an international team of scientists who have developed a breakthrough method of identifying the sex and species of animal in fossils more than a million years old. “This is very exciting because our current method for determining sex and species, examination of extracted DNA, was limited to approximately 200,000 years. Through palaeoproteomics, the study of ancient proteins, we can now look back over a million years,” said Ferring.
UNT opens dining hall free of 'Big 8' food allergensDENTON (UNT), Texas — The University of North Texas has transformed the dining hall at West Hall into one of the nation’s first allergen-free dining experiences on a college campus. Kitchen West is the second all-you-care-to-eat collegiate dining hall in the nation and first in Texas to be completely free of the “Big 8” food allergens, which are milk, eggs, fish, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, soy and shellfish.
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