Research News

Research News

UNT faculty named among the world’s most cited researchers

UNT faculty named among the world’s most cited researchers

More than 60 researchers at UNT were among the top 2% of more than six million scientists worldwide within their specialty areas throughout their careers.

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UNT named HSI Fulbright Leader, students and faculty to travel abroad for research

UNT named HSI Fulbright Leader, students and faculty to travel abroad for research

This is the first time UNT has earned this designation, which is given to HSI universities who have demonstrated noteworthy engagement with Fulbright exchange participants.

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UNT professor using radio to bridge the STEM education gap in rural areas

UNT professor using radio to bridge the STEM education gap in rural areas

Raise Up Radio came about after Assistant Professor Sarah Evans in UNT’s College of Information Department of Information Science was speaking with a colleague in library youth services about how families used to listen to stories on the radio.

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Improving Health Literacy Through Graphic Novels

Improving Health Literacy Through Graphic Novels

A UNT researcher is studying whether graphic novels can be used as a medium to improve health literacy among a variety of populations.

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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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 Fulbright Scholars

Fulbright Scholars

UNT faculty members Shobhana Chelliah, Distinguished Research Professor of linguistics and associate dean of research and development in the College of Information, and Julie Leventhal, principal lecturer in UNT’s Honors College, have been named award winners in the prestigious Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program.

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Providing COVID-19 Health Information to Minority Language Groups

Providing COVID-19 Health Information to Minority Language Groups

Researchers at UNT and Indiana University are partnering to communicate effectively about COVID-19 to one of the largest refugee groups in the U.S. — refugees of Myanmar, who are members of the Chin language community.

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 NSF CAREER Grants for Excellence in Their Fields

NSF CAREER Grants for Excellence in Their Fields

Three UNT researchers in linguistics, physics and mathematics were awarded more than $1.5 million total in grant money through the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development Program.

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