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.
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 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.”
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.
April 19, 2013—Dr. Huseyin Bostanci joined UNT as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2012. He teaches classes in the area of thermal fluids sciences and is establishing a new Thermal Management Laboratory.
April 12, 2013—A senior design team in the MEET program converted the 1931 Ford Model A Mean Green Machine to all-electric. With a new paint job and a refurbished interior, the car is once again fully operational and greener than ever.