University of North Texas, Lambda Zeta Chapter

The Lambda Zeta chapter of Eta Kappa Nu aims to recognize students who excel in the fields of Electrical and Computer Engineering. We engage in activities such as workshops and fundraisers that help us grow as engineers, individuals, and as a group. In addition, we perform outreach programs such as demonstrations and presentations at local high schools in an attempt to embed excitement for STEM and academia into the hearts of younger students.

Region 5: Southwestern USA

Section: Denton, TX (Fort Worth)

Founding Date: December 1, 2011

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Last Update: 9/14/2023

Denton, Texas

1155 Union Cir, Denton, TX 76203
The North Texas region’s largest research park with nearly 300 acres of space dedicated to the sciences, technology, and engineering, UNT’s Discovery Park is located 5 miles north of the UNT main campus in Denton, Texas. It includes a 554,000 square foot building, which also is occupied by the College of Engineering and the College of Information, supporting interactive and multidisciplinary STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) research, education and training that benefits students, faculty and the community, and expands economic development by developing industry-university partnerships.

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