About the System
The University of North Texas System serves the North Texas area, boosting economic activity in the region by nearly $2 billion annually. About 36,000 students are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and professional programs, and system enrollment is projected to increase to about 45,000 students by 2015.
UNTHSC's O'Bryant recognized for Alzheimer's disease work
Sid O'Bryant, PhD, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Interim Director of the Institute of Aging and Alzheimer's Disease Research, has received the Federation of Associations in Behavioral Health & Brain Science (FABBS) Early Career Impact Award... Read more
UNT Dallas students, faculty work with local artist at Nasher XChange
Maria Ciriza-Lope, PhD, assistant professor of Spanish, and Marco Shappeck, PhD, assistant professor of linguistics, from UNT Dallas' Department of Education, accompanied students Tabitha Moreno and Wendy Chavez (Class of 2015), and prospective student Andrea Chavez to the Student XChange at the Nasher Sculpture Center in downtown Dallas... Read More
UNT professor's software helps local emergency planners develop stronger response plans
Officials in charge of organizing response plans and resource distribution strategies in preparation for major emergencies, such as terrorist attacks or disease outbreaks, will soon have a new resource for identifying problem areas and strengthening response plans. Dr. Armin Mikler, professor of computer science and engineering in UNT's College of Engineering, has received an almost $800,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a computer-based system that will help emergency planners identify vulnerable populations, such as those with no access to vehicles or who cannot leave their homes, and modify response plans accordingly. Mikler is working with Tarrant County Public Health on the project, which involves the use of a computer system named "RE-PLAN," which stands for Response Plan Analyzer... Read More