HPS Graduate Student Research Day
HPS’s Graduate Student Research Day is a HPS-wide virtual poster and presentation session that showcases and awards research by graduate students. Find out more with the link above.

Congrats to the winners of our 2024 HPS Graduate Student Research Day!

They are from left to right:

3rd Place - Ahmed Eraky, public administration doctoral student, faculty advisor - Dr. Simon Andrew

2nd Place - Michelle Castillo, behavior analysis doctoral student, faculty advisor - Dr. Karen Rader-Toussaint

1st Place - Hyojun Kim, public administration doctoral student, faculty advisor - Dr. Hee Soun Jang

2022 Graduate Student Research Day Winners

1st Place - Joshua Caldwell, Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology. Advisor: Kamakshi Gopal.
2nd Place - Haven Niland, Behavior Analysis. Advisor: Samantha Bergman.
3rd Place - Sara Ford, Public Administration. Advisor: Hee Soun Jang.
CREEHS Prize Winner - Younghwan Jeon, Public Administration. Advisor: Simon Andrew.

Congratulations to our winners!

2021 Graduate Student Research Day poster gallery



UNT Graduate Research Training Initiative for Student Enhancement (G-RISE)
A UNT program that is designed to develop a pool of highly trained biomedical PhD researchers.

UNT Scholars Day
The Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Honors College invite undergraduates from all of UNT’s colleges and schools to participate in UNT Scholars Day. Scholars Day celebrates the work of undergraduate researchers at UNT. All UNT students are encouraged to participate and do not need to be members of the Honors College. Undergraduate students apply to participate by submitting posters or papers based on original research or artist statements for creative work. Research and creative activity conducted under the guidance of a faculty mentor at UNT during the past year are eligible. 

UNT Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Have you ever wished to conduct guided research in your field of study, gaining invaluable experience, unique credentials and a faculty champion? If so, click the link above to learn how you can apply to earn an Undergraduate Research Fellowship Placement.

Graduate Student Research Awards
Resulting from the advocacy and initiative of the Graduate Student Council, the Office of the Vice-President for Finance has established a competitive Thesis/Dissertation Research Award program to be administered annually by the Toulouse Graduate School. Funds may be requested for $500-$1000 to support costs of equipment use, supplies, research-related travel, data-access fees, or other expenses directly related to research (these funds cannot be used to pay yourself a salary).

Dissertation and Thesis Boot Camp
The Eagle Thesis and Dissertation Boot Camp is designed to provide a supportive environment for intense, focused writing time, as well as structure and motivation to overcome typical roadblocks in the dissertation process. It is an interruption-free, stress-free, no-excuses-just-do-it writing time for Master's and Ph.D. students.

Resources for Graduate Students
UNT offers a variety of services unique to the needs of graduate students. These include professional development workshops, writing help for your thesis/dissertation proposal, dedicated discipline librarians, statistical support, and more.

UNT Deadlines: National Scholarships Needing Institutional Endorsement
Internal UNT deadline for submitting Rhodes, Marshall or Mitchell scholarship applications to the UNT nominating committee.