When you use a computer you typically read an article, watch a video or access information from a graph. These may seem like simple tasks, but to a person who is visually impaired, these tasks can be challenging. One University of North Texas professor knows these challenges all too well. Stephanie Ludi works in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. She is also visually impaired.
Seventeen communication design students from the University of North Texas took home top prizes from the Dallas Society of Visual Communicators National Student Show and Conference, the largest student creative competition in the United States.
The final event of University of North Texas’ Mary Jo & V. Lane Rawlins Fine Arts Series season is a world-renowned interactive art exhibit. Luminarium: Architects of Air is dazzling, colorful, walk-through sculpture that has been featured in Australia’s Sydney Opera House and the world-famous Guggenheim Museum in Spain.
It’s hard to miss the striking resemblance between Omar and Khaled Almahmoud, but their similarities don’t stop on the surface. Right now the brothers are both at the University of North Texas – both are working on doctoral degrees and both are studying mechanical and energy engineering.
Thanks to a fellowship, three University of North Texas faculty members will get to pursue their creative pursuits – studying textiles in Greece, writing a musical about female composers and composing an opera.
Professionals can find new ways to enhance users’ experiences online or on their mobile apps and platforms – by using delight, storytelling and experience mapping – with a new lecture series sponsored by the University of North Texas. Night & Day, An Interaction and User Experience Design Professional Learning Serieswill feature a lecture from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Friday and a workshop from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday.
The University of North Texas will host a free introduction to the City Nature Challenge, followed by a walking mini bioblitz around campus, April 14 (Friday)
All proceeds will benefit UNT's Collegiate Recovery Program, which serves students recovering from sustance use disorders, behavioral addictions and mental illness and helps them meet their goals of healthy living and academic success.