Faculty Showcase

Student Perceptions of Teaching (SPOT)

October 2015-​ Student Perceptions of Teaching (SPOT) is the new student evaluation system for UNT. Developed and offered by the University of Washington (IASystem®), this proven system offers both online and paper administration options, as well as evaluation forms that support different pedagogical formats (e.g., large lecture, online, studio). This system also offers many benefits to obtain an overall assessment of the course and instructor. Read More

Digital Fabrication Research Symposium

October 2015- UNT will be hosting the North Texas Fabrication Group’s Digital Fabrication Research Symposium on Nov. 5th from noon to 5:00 p.m. in Willis Library’s The Factory on the first floor. For details about this event click here. Read More

FacultyConnect: Getting Started on Research Grants and Support

October 2015- Interested in learning about how to get grant funding for your research and what support there is for you? Representatives from the Office of Research Services will answer all of your questions at a FacultyConnect event on Monday October 19 from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. in Gateway 42. All faculty are welcome. Read More

Doherty and Mikler discuss their award-winning research

October 2015- The winners of the 2015 Research Leadership Awards, Professor Dornith Doherty of Studio Art and Professor Armin Mikler of Computer Science and Engineering, each discussed their research at the Salute to Faculty Excellence in Research and Creative Activity on September 30, 2015. Click here for video. Read More

Beyond Tenure Workshop

September 2015- Earning tenure is certainly a noteworthy milestone, but it is important to think beyond this milestone to a next one – promotion to Professor (and even greater success as a faculty member). On Tuesday, October 6,  a session called “Beyond Tenure” was held. Three senior faculty members shared ideas on pathways to success, and how to begin planning and preparing now for this next step. Watch the recorded workshop here. Read More