Faculty Resources

MC2

MC2

To solve big problems effectively, researchers must bring their own expertise and seek out expertise from fields outside their own. At the University of North Texas, this multi-centric collaborative culture is threaded deep in the fabric of our research efforts, where ideas converge into new theories, new disciplines and new, market-ready inventions that change society for the better. Read more »

Vice President for Research and Innovation

Tom McCoy

The Office of Research and Innovation supports new knowledge and its dissemination by assisting faculty in their research, scholarly, and creative activities. Dr. Tom McCoy is the Vice President for Research and Innovation. Read more »

Office of Grants and Contracts Administration

ORED Resources

Get assistance with the grant application process for projects funded by external sources such as government agencies, non-for-profit organizations, and for-profit companies. Assistance is offered for pre-award administration, management of agreements and contracts, post award administration and close-out, and financial reporting.  Read more »

Research Integrity and Compliance

ORED Resources

Make sure your research projects adhere to current standards. Get help deciphering local, state, and federal regulations pertaining to ethical integrity and compliance, including the use of humans and animals in research.  Read more »

ORI-supported Intramural Grants and Awards

ORED Resources

Proposals are accepted for work that would seed new opportunities for externally funded research.  Scholarly and creative activities for which it is rare to find external sponsors are also supported through intramural grants.  Achievements in research, scholarly, and creative activities are recognized through annual awards.  Read more »

Innovation and Commercialization

ORED Resources

Let us help you manage the technology transfer process for all patent, trademark, and copyright matters relating to the identification, protection, and commercialization of faculty works and inventions. We also implement UNT's intellectual property policy and develop and manage Discovery Park.  Read more »