Information Science

NEH Awards and More: Learn about funding for digital projects

The session will give attendees the opportunity to learn from NEH senior program officer, Jennifer Serventi, about the many funding opportunities offered by the Endowment. She will cover the programs offered by the Divisions of Research Programs, Education Programs, Preservation and Access, Public Programs, and the Offices of Digital Humanities and Challenge Grants.

In her presentation, Serventi will address two related topics:

1) Opportunities that are available to faculty and staff, with a particular focus on support for digital projects; and

Emerging Scholars Presentation Competition

UNT Data Science Organization proudly presents Emerging Scholars Presentation Competition

Theme: Data Science Techniques and Applications
To participate send an abstract and a 10 minute recorded video of your research project to
by Saturday, February 27, 2021

Top 3 Presentations will win amazing prizes!

Event Date:
Friday, March 05, 2021
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Zoom Link:

CODE: Natural Language Processing (NLP) for Linguists (and Careers for Linguists in NLP)

Chris Hokamp is a Senior Research Scientist at AYLIEN, based in Dublin, Ireland. He finished his M.A. in Linguistics at UNT in 2013, and obtained his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Dublin City University in 2017. He specializes in Machine Translation and Linked Data, and he has authored or co-authored over 30 scientific publications to date.

MIRS 2019

MIRS is a one-day research symposium co-hosted by the University of North Texas College of Information, the UNT ASIS&T Student Chapter, and SLANT to showcase the research efforts of information scholars and practitioners. The theme for MIRS 2019 is Information, Language, and Power. Students and early professionals are highly encouraged to submit their work. Virtual Presentations are welcome. Abstracts for papers, posters, panels, and workshops are due March 18, 2019.