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UNT partners with other Hispanic-Serving Research Institutions, forms Alliance to increase Hispanic opportunity

UNT partners with other Hispanic-Serving Research Institutions, forms Alliance to increase Hispanic opportunity

The University of North Texas is among 20 of the nation's top research universities that today announced the formation of the Alliance of Hispanic Serving Research Universities to increase opportunity for those historically underserved by higher education.

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Room for Growth

Room for Growth

With AI, learning technologies professors create digital space for K-12 teachers to increase efficacy, equity and diversity in the K-12 environment.

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Addressing Mental Health Disparities

Addressing Mental Health Disparities

Four UNT professors are addressing health disparities by training the next generation of counselors and social workers to offer trauma-informed, bilingual mental health services to minorities in both behavioral health and integrated care settings.

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Leadership Appointments to Propel UNT’s Research and Innovation

Leadership Appointments to Propel UNT’s Research and Innovation

UNT announced three major leadership moves in the Division of Research and Innovation that will expand research leadership opportunities for faculty members while propelling UNT’s enterprise as a Tier One research university forward.

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Exploring Racial and Ethnic Equity in Health and Society

Exploring Racial and Ethnic Equity in Health and Society

At UNT’s Center for Racial and Ethnic Equity in Health and Society more than 40 UNT faculty members are addressing inequities in how people in Texas live, work, learn and interact socially.

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Reducing Disparities in Special Education

Reducing Disparities in Special Education

Brenda Barrio, associate professor of special education, in collaboration with Susan Nichols, interim executive director of UNT’s Kristin Farmer Autism Center, are researching the disparities in diagnoses and treatment of young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

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One of 100 Most Inspiring Hispanic/Latinx Scientists

One of 100 Most Inspiring Hispanic/Latinx Scientists

Pamela Padilla, associate vice president for research and innovation, was recently named as one of 100 Inspiring Hispanic/Latinx Scientists in America by prestigious journal publisher Cell Press.

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