The Aerie, Yearbook of University of North Texas, 1990 Page: 48
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A "typical graduate student" of the 1950's pre-
pares a research paper for one of her classes.
Photo by University Archives
Craig Rohlfing, a student in the new Manufac-
turing Technology master's program, experi-
ments with programming the machine. Photo
by Daniel Gibson
The Graduate School
from Pg. 47
One area NT's graduate faculty hoped
to focus on in the future was research.
For the 88-89 school year, NT's faculty
received "approximately 350 new grants
and contracts worth approximately $14
million." Also dedicated to research was
the North Texas Research Institute
(NTRI). Although the corporation had
been operating in existing university fa-
cilities, negotiations were taking place to
secure donated land near NT on which
to build a full-scale state-of-the-art re-
search facility. Initially the areas of con-
centration were materials characteriza-
tion and applied life sciences. However,
the proposed expansion would allow for
growth of new areas of emphasis for the
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