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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.
UNT clinic is one of three worldwide offering special testing for children with autismThe University of North Texas is now accepting patients for a specialized auditory processing assessment and intervention focused on children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The majority of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder experience some form of auditory processing issue, yet there are currently no set standard testing procedures for them, according to Erin Schafer, professor and director of graduate studies in audiology.
UNT raising awareness about indigenous language revitalization with event seriesThe University of North Texas is celebrating indigenous languages in a series of events this fall as part of the United Nations’ International Year of Indigenous Languages. According to the UN’s Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, 40 percent of the world’s estimated 6,700 languages are in danger of disappearing.
University of North Texas opens new residence hall named after alumnus and NFL legend Joe GreeneUniversity of North Texas alumnus and NFL Hall of Famer Joe Greene returned to his alma mater today to cut the ribbon on a newly constructed residence hall named in his honor. UNT President Neal Smatresk spoke about Greene’s impact on the university when the UNT System Board of Regents approved the residence hall name last year. “This is about more than just Joe Greene’s football career,” Smatresk said. “His impact on UNT goes beyond the prowess that put him in multiple halls of fame, won Super Bowls and earned him 10 trips to the Pro Bowl.
Researchers at UNT find oak trees in Southern U.S. cities are natural urban air filtersResearchers at the University of North Texas have found that two oak tree species, widespread across the U.S. South, remove black carbon from the urban atmosphere. Their findings may offer a natural way to improve climate and air quality.
Mark R. McLellan chosen as new vice president of research and innovation at UNTMark R. McLellan, a 30-year leader of university research programs with experience at five major institutions, was selected to oversee research and innovation at the University of North Texas as it seeks to grow its research enterprise and cement its place among the nation’s top Tier One research universities. McLellan, whose appointment is effective Sept. 16, will lead the university in developing and implementing new strategies in collaboration with the Office of the Provost and others to transform and expand UNT’s research portfolio.
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