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UNT Among 14 Partnerships in U.S./U.K. Funded Program

The University of North Texas (UNT) is among 14 new multilateral university partnerships that have been created by the Global Innovation Initiative, a program funded by the U.S. and U.K. governments to foster multilateral research collaboration with higher education institutions in Brazil, China, India, and Indonesia.

Engineering Students Present their Innovative Projects during Design Day

Students graduate from the UNT College of Engineering with a readiness to find solutions for industrial engineering needs, and they displayed their depth of knowledge and enthusiasm for technological innovation during Design Day 2015, on April 24.

Competition Invites Students’ Participation in Cold-formed Steel Structural Design

Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to use their creative thinking skills to solve engineering problems in the 2015 International Student Competition on Cold-Formed Steel Design.

Winners Announced in 2014 Student Competition on Cold-Formed Steel Design

After receiving entries from students in the U.S., Brazil, Canada, China, and Thailand, sponsors of the 2014 International Student Competition on Cold-Formed Steel Design have announced the winners.

UNT Joins Initiative to Increase Diversity in Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) is proud to announce that the University of North Texas (UNT) is one of 15 universities in the United States to join a nationwide initiative to recruit more women and underrepresented minorities into the ranks of computer science majors and professionals.

NSF Website Features Research on Plant-based Building Materials

Over a three-year period, University of North Texas researchers developed and tested structured insulated panel building materials made from kenaf, a plant in the hibiscus family that is similar to bamboo. Kenaf fibers are an attractive prospect because they offer the same strength to weight ratio as glass fibers.

Lindsey Smith competes in World Field Archery Competition

Lindsey Smith, a junior, recently competed in Zagreb, Croatia as a member of team USA in the World Field Archery Competition. In addition to her passion of archery Lindsey is enrolled in the dual degree program where she is pursuing a degree in Math from TWU and Mechanical and Energy Engineering from UNT. The World Archery Competition is hosted in a different country every year, previously in France and next year in either Sweden, Poland or the United States. Archers from around the world compete in different styles and with different types of bows.

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