The University of North Texas College of Information has been named to the iCaucus, the executive body of iSchools, a coalition of information schools and colleges at 65 universities in Canada, the U.S. and 20 other nations in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
With dozens of high-profile cybersecurity breaches top of mind for anyone who shares their information online for business or personal purposes, UNT has strategically pulled together several colleges and departments -- including business, criminal justice, engineering and more -- to focus researchers' attention on network security and human behavior in relation to cybersecurity.
Yan Wan, an assistant professor of electrical engineering in the College of Engineering, has earned a National Science Foundation CAREER award. The CAREER awards are the NSF's most prestigious awards supporting junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research.
UNT doctoral student Michael Jones will meet and network with Nobel Prize winners during the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, which will bring together laureates in physiology, medicine, physics and chemistry.
Until now, researchers and professionals in the materials science field have only assumed that as a material becomes more brittle, it also becomes less tough. University of North Texas researchers have confirmed that assumption and will present their work at the 23rd annual World Forum on Advanced Materials in Lincoln, Nebraska, in May.
Tiffany Jiang, a second-year Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science student at UNT, will present her forensic chemistry research March 4 (Wednesday) at the Texas State Capitol in Austin as part of Texas Undergraduate Research Day.
Lily Liu, a second-year student in the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science at the University of North Texas, has been named a finalist in the 2015 Intel Science Talent Search.
UNT class tackled issue for Nissan research center
Three UNT researchers have been awarded grants from the National Strength and Conditioning Association to study topics that could someday help athletes and everyday fitness enthusiasts train more effectively.