Distinguished scholars, researchers and artists who are widely recognized in their field for excellence and mentorship:
Join our family of award-winning innovators. At UNT, you’ll have access to top researchers and industry-changing interdisciplinary research. From developing new autonomous mobility systems through the Center for Integrated Intelligent Mobility Systems to engineering crops that treat neurological disorders through the BioDiscovery Institute, your opportunities to change the world are limitless.
Center for Play Therapy
The largest play therapy training program in the world, attracting graduate students from all 50 states as well as Canada, Mexico, China and other countries
Castleberry Peace Institute
The only peace science regional institute in the southern U.S.
Murphy Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
UNT’s new sustainable business platform and startup incubator, connecting entrepreneurial ventures with industry leaders and corporate partners
Studying AIR POLLUTANT EFFECTS on cardiovascular disease and obesity
» Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Kinesiology
Using BIG DATA ANALYSIS and logistics research to support a sustainable global economy
» Marketing, Logistics and Operations Management, Computer Science and Engineering
Combining ARTS AND SCIENCE by photographing bird feathers to measure biomonitors
» Geography, Photography, Biology
D.M.A. student, Harp Performance
As a doctoral candidate in UNT’s renowned Music Arts program and the principal harpist in the Arkansas Symphony, Alisa’s talents have been recognized by the Israel International Harp Competition, CNN and The Washington Post. Her research in the Suzuki method and other memorization techniques promotes making musical training more accessible to children.
Ph.D. student, Computer Science and Engineering
Biomedical AI Lab Manager
Thasina uses machine learning to improve health outcomes and reduce treatment costs for individuals with transfemoral amputations who use a micro-processor-controlled knee.
Ph.D. student, History
The inaugural recipient of the Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and Culinary Arts Fellowship, he's exploring the unique relationships people have with food, specifically those who identify as queer and Chicanx/Latinx.
Certified LEED Gold for sustainability and home to the Jim McNatt Institute for Logistics Research and the Complex Logistics Systems Laboratory, among others
Newly established with $10 million in funding from the Texas Legislature, and part of one of the nation's most advanced university research facilities for materials processing and additive manufacturing
The graduate school and individual departments offer thousands of options to teach or complete research with faculty members.