UNT is a leading research university that is nationally and internationally recognized for its scholarship in all fields — from fine arts to technology, humanities to life sciences, and music to entrepreneurship. UNT is committed to the creation and advancement of innovative research, art and scholarship.
One of the primary responsibilities of the Office of Research and Economic Development is to develop and implement strategies in collaboration with the Office of the Provost and other vice presidential areas to transform and expand UNT's research enterprise.
Engineering technology associate professor leads UNT research as part of consortium to realize full potential of cold-formed steel as a strong, economical and recyclable choice for buildings and structures.
Morrison, a recent chemistry and biochemistry graduate, received prestigious fellowship to pursue metabolic engineering graduate studies in hopes to help make the production of biofuels more sustainable.
UNT doctoral candidate Jessica Beckham has spent years researching Texas bumblebee populations, observing how urban green spaces and community gardens are preserving these important pollinators.