Seven UNT faculty members have been recognized as 2013 Distinguished Teaching Professors and Distinguished Research Professors.
UNT will host a one-day summer law conference titled Violence on Campus: Legal Issues, Practical Actions on July 1 (Monday) to explore the laws and intervention, prevention and response strategies related to campus violence in higher education.
Nationally recognized autism researchers and practitioners will speak about the latest developments in their fields at UNT's Kristin Farmer Autism Center’s 5th Adventures in Autism Intervention and Research Conference on July 27 (Saturday).
Four faculty members and four students from UNT's College of Education were honored at the American Counseling Association’s annual conference in Cincinnati. In addition, the UNT chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, the international honor society of professional counseling, also received recognition at the conference.
The Department of Dance and Theatre’s 2013-14 season at the UNT includes a wide range of contemporary, prize-winning productions that examine relationships and the changes they make within oneself and one’s world.
Professor and department chair of the UNT College of Engineering’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering has filed a patent on a new laser technology he and his research associate developed for cutting and shaping bone that causes minimal damage to the surrounding tissue and bones, could speed up surgery and recovery times, and even lessen the amount of blood lost during operations.
UNT will install the advanced Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA) radar on April 11 (Thursday), which will provide improved severe weather data and storm warnings to the North Texas region, just in time for the 2013 tornado season.
UNT Distinguished Research Professor Richard Dixon has joined Mount Sinai’s Ichan School of Medicine and Purdue University to investigate how grape seed compounds affect Alzheimer’s disease.
UNT emergency management and educational psychology experts are available to discuss the tornadoes in Oklahoma.
Dr. Cynthia Chandler, director of UNT's Center for Animal Assisted Therapy and author of the recently published second edition of “Animal Assisted Therapy in Counseling,” is available to discuss how therapy animals can help people recover after crises.
Dr. Wendy Middlemiss, associate professor of educational psychology in the UNT's College of Education, is available to discuss how parents can help their children cope with this week's onslaught of news – from the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday to the West fertilizer plant explosion on Wednesday and the hunt for the marathon bombing suspect today.