Engineering

12/19/2016 - 5:00pm

For the first time ever, The University of North Texas has a team in NASA’s Student Launch rocket competition.

11/29/2016 - 9:53am

University of North Texas Materials Science and Engineering associate professor Jincheng Du is part of a new energy frontier research center, or EFRC, funded by Department of Energy that will work to make nuclear waste disposal safer for a longer period of time. 

11/17/2016 - 1:02pm

A major honor was recently presented to Leticia Anaya, a senior lecturer in the University of North Texas’ College of Engineering. 

11/15/2016 - 10:20am

A University of North Texas engineering professor is starting a major new project in November that he hopes will help solve a critical problem in nuclear engineering.

10/10/2016 - 10:27am

Combining inspiration with state-of-the-art technology, co-working spaces and mentoring from industry leaders, the University of North Texas' Collab Lab will provide students experiences to help make them competitive in today's workforce. A kick-off event for the UNT Collab Lab is Nov. 10.

09/28/2016 - 4:56pm

University of North Texas professor Ram Dantu has received a D Magazine CIO/CTO Chief Information Officer/Chief Technology Officer award. Dantu was named the 2016 “Outstanding Technology Advocate” by the magazine. He was the only person in academia who was even nominated.

09/27/2016 - 8:17am

Google employees, including UNT alumna Cassie Chin, will host various tech talks with career-building lessons and opportunities for internships and full-time positions.

09/21/2016 - 11:30am

The University of North Texas is the only university in the country to receive National Science Foundation funding of more than $1 million for a Scholarship for Service program exclusive to Ph.D. students studying cybersecurity.

09/19/2016 - 11:34am

UNT professor Ram Dantu has been named a D CEO CIO/CTO award finalist. Dantu is the only academic nominated and is named among top chief information and chief technology officers in North Texas.

09/15/2016 - 1:21pm

New research published this week in the online publication Nature is challenging a theory that is more than 50 years old and could change how some materials are designed in the future.