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This issue of UNT Research provides only a glimpse at the
array of important research, scholarship and creative activities
taking place at the University of North Texas. However, I hope
it inspired you and left you believing that tomorrow will be bet-
ter than today because of the work we do.
Research at UNT is conducted by talented faculty and
extraordinarily bright students who are committed to the pursuit
of understanding so that we may advance our global society.
The depth and breadth of our work exemplifies our interest in
improving all communities in many ways.
UNT is committed to growing its research agenda, and
recently we have made tremendous strides. Our commitment
to invest $25 million in collaborative research and additional
faculty through research clusters will enhance our efforts in key
areas in which already we are among the nation's best. And, our
new multimillion-dollar contract with the U.S. Air Force is only
one of the significant advances we've made in securing important
funding for work that will make a difference.
To help expand the research conducted at UNT, I have
put together a new structure of support within our Office of
Research and Economic Development. This structure begins with
a new development team - staff members who will work with
our faculty to secure high-profile, significant government grants.
Our development team includes Dr. Denise Perry Simmons
and Dr. Richard Nader, who bring previous experience directly
from the National Institutes of Health and the National Science
Foundation. The team works to expand UNT's external funding
while supporting new and junior faculty and promoting multi-
disciplinary and interdisciplinary research teams, research affinity
groups, and long-term proposal planning.
The development team will work in concert with our
research services staff members, who also seek to support faculty
in their pursuit of understanding.
UNT is committed to fulfilling its mission to educate
tomorrow's leaders and to advance knowledge as we discover new
ideas and create new possibilities. We are providing solutions for
Vice President for Research and Economic Development
Here’s what’s next.
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