Approximately 2,000 students from more than 79,000 applications are chosen as semifinalists in Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation competition.


Vinay Ramasesh is the ninth TAMS student to be named a finalist since 1993.


Ken Hackenberg will present his research at one of the most prestigious annual conferences in materials science.


Seven students enrolled in the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science at the University of North Texas are among 300 students in the nation selected as semifinalists.


Four Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science students were named regional finalists and 14 were named semifinalists.


Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science students displaying the results of their summer research during the annual TAMS Research Forum.


Sponsored by UNT's Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, the Summer Math Institute gives students who are particularly talented in math to complete an entire semester's worth of Algebra I, geometry, Algebra II or pre-calculus in three weeks.


Amelia Lin from Plano, who graduated from TAMS May 11, was one of three recent high school graduates from Texas, and one of 141 in the nation, named Presidential Scholars for academic achievement. Lin and the other Presidential Scholars will visit Washington, D.C., June 23-27 and will be recognized at a White House ceremony.


Amelia Lin and Monica Lu, who both graduated from UNT's Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science May 11, are in the May 17 USA Today as members of the newspaper's high school academic teams. Both were recognized for research they conducted as TAMS students.


Evelyn Levsky Hiatt, a senior director in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's Division of Participation and Success, will be the featured speaker at the commencement, which begins at 7 p.m. in the UNT Auditorium Building.