This week’s UTEP Headlines covers the UT System Board Board of Regents meeting, UTEP’s brand new bachelor of science in engineering leadership, the Chorale’s partnership and performance to honor the El Paso Holocaust Museum’s 30th anniversary, and a preview of Veterans Appreciation Week.
Learn about UTEP’s new research grants: a 5- year BUILD grant, a $1.2 million grant for bilingual speech language pathologists, a $250,000 grant for health impact assessment in the region. Also find out about UTEP’s International Food Fair, a tradition for more than 30 years.
This week, UTEP Headlines covers cutting-edge microscope technology, baby sign language research, the 16th consecutive year with enrollment increases, an award for diversity bestowed upon UTEP President Diana Natalicio and highlights from the Centennial Homecoming celebrations.
This week’s UTEP Headlines cover four exciting Homecoming 2014 events: the Distinguished Alumni and Gold Nugget gala, the parade and pep rally, and of course, the football game versus Old Dominion. There are weekend I-10 closures and graduating students should keep en eye out for Grad Fair 2014 next week to get ready for winter commencement. The Headlines close with the UTEP Celebrates event, where more than 1,000 volunteers visited schools throughout District 19 to encourage students to continue their education.
Featured this week: UTEP receives a $1 million grant to create and lead a multi-institution program, UTEP will recognize partnerships that have helped shape the University and more than 1,000 will visit 250 area schools with a college-going message!
This week’s newscast covers critical information about the One Direction concert such as where to pick up your tickets, where to park and what items are permitted in the stadium rain or shine. Also covered are the new $4.5 million Nanofabrication Facility, the Annual Commitment to Fitness 5K Run and 3K Walk, and the Golden Age Fitness program for adults ages 60 and older.
In this week’s UTEP Headlines, Ambassador of Mexico to the United States Eduardo Medina Mora, UTEP President Diana Natalicio, other dignitaries, and members of the public were present at the dedication of the Esfera Cuantica Tlahtolli sculpture at the Fox Fine Arts Center Plaza.
In this week’s Headlines, a UTEP insect study has implications for fertility issues in women and this Saturday’s football season opener means Minerpalooza starts at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5, with headliner The Cataracs. Learn about tailgating rules for the season while keeping in mind that next week is the Battle of I-10 football game and blood drive.
School starts Monday, Aug. 25 and books are available for purchase or rent at The University of Texas at El Paso bookstore, shuttle routes can be accessed via a mobile app and the Campus Transformation is almost complete. New Miner Convocation is this Sunday, Aug. 24 and keep an eye out for detours due to weekend I-10 closures. Find out which five faculty earned the highest teaching recognition from The University of Texas System.
This week, learn about a $1.9 million grant that will start a new institute at UTEP, the progress on the Rec Center’s multipurpose field upgrade, when you can meet the El Paso Chihuahua’s Chico and UTEP’s Paydirt Pete on campus this Friday, how you can enter the Centennial photo contest, and find out which UTEP athlete took home gold.
This week, learn why 50 students from Mexico are studying on the UTEP campus, see which areas UTEP was named “Best of the Best,” keep updated on the newest student housing complex construction progress and learn what UTEP had in 1919 that no other university did.