April 18, 2017—UNT’s College of Engineering is working to improve communication and information models between architects, contractors and fabricators, thanks to the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) Standards Council’s Small Project Fellowship Program.
April 13, 2017—Sween Butler, an ETEC alumna who completed her Master of Science in Engineering Technology with concentration in Electrical Systems in 2009, successfully defended her dissertation on March 22, 2017 towards earning a Ph.D. degree in Physics from the University of North Texas.
March 9, 2017—Construction ET and Construction Management students Jeremy Artman and Nathan Derrick are part of a team researching the best practices for designing and building state-of-the-art tactical shelters for the U.S. Army.
January 3, 2017—Dr. Leticia Anaya is honored with the 2016 Women's Luna Lifetime Achievement Award by the Regional Hispanic Contractor Association.
June 6, 2016—Dr. Enrique Barbieri, Professor & Chair, is the 2016-18 Chair-Elect for the Engineering Technology Council of ASEE. The Council is the national organization that speaks for engineering technology education and is committed to promoting quality education and creative endeavors in...
June 6, 2016—Dr. Reza Mirshams, Professor, has been appointed as New Commission Member of the 2016-17 ABET Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC). His responsibilities include serving as team chair for up to two institutional visits.
April 12, 2016—Seniors make final revisions to their designs and presentations for Senior Design Day on Friday April 29.
April 4, 2016—Jon-Erik Mogonye, BSET – Mechanical Engineering Technology ‘2010 defended his dissertation on March 28, 2016 toward the PhD from the Materials Science & Engineering Department at UNT. Warm congratulations to (soon to be Dr.) Jon-Erik Mogonye for a job well done!
September 11, 2015—Find out more about the growth in ETEC student enrollment, student and faculty achievements, the new Grad-Track opportunity for undergraduate students, ongoing research projects, and more in the Engineering Technology Fall 2015 Newsletter
June 8, 2015—"Engineering technology leads the way in graduates employed full time in a traditional setting" according to a recent study by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). Read more....
May 26, 2015—You can experience China firsthand with your engineering and technology peers from China and around the world through vibrant professional exchanges, valuable networking, and meaningful discussions tailored to your focus and interests.
May 14, 2015—Warm congratulations to Dr. Elias Kougianos, associate professor, for being a co-inventor of US Patent 9,026,964, by S. Mohanty, E. Kougianos, and G. Zheng:
April 2, 2015—Dr. Phillip R. Foster, an Associate Professor and Coordinator of Mechanical Engineering Technology of the Department of Engineering Technology, has been recognized for his record of excellence in teaching with the honorable distinction of University Distinguished Teaching Professor.
January 27, 2015—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.
December 8, 2014—Earn a Texas A&M Certificate in Nuclear Power Technology by taking 12 credits of NUET courses in Engineering Technology.
December 5, 2014—The undergraduate Electrical ET team of students Shawn Kennedy, Luis Flores, and Ryan Hagood, guided by Dr. Elias Kougianos, won first place in the Computer and Electrical category at the College of Engineering annual Showcase of Undergraduate Research in Engineering.
December 5, 2014—The proposal “Optimization of an Innovative Stirling Engine for Energy Recovery/Production” on December 4, 2014, as one of the eight finalists in the US India Chamber of Commerce DFW “Spirit of Innovation Competition 2014.”
October 9, 2014—By bringing together leading research teams, the consortium seeks to amplify the efforts of individual investigators with shared facilities and other resources.
August 29, 2014—The department is pleased to welcome both undergraduate and graduate students in what promises to be a record-breaking academic year.
July 18, 2014—Starting Fall 2014, faculty are excited to introduce the ETEC OpenLab Format in strategically selected courses where students complete at least 30% of the assignments in the lab during scheduled open lab hours during the week, or at home using appropriate technology.