In this week’s UTEP Headlines, learn about Chancellor William H. McRaven’s visit, why Barry and Burges Halls are scheduled for demolition, how close the new housing project is to completion, and where you can buy tickets for performances of the longstanding tradition of “VIVA! El Paso” this summer.
In this week’s UTEP Headlines, find out how The University of Texas at El Paso will help out NASA, discover the newest piece of public art on campus, get a sneak peek at the newest exhibition at the Centennial Museum, and learn about how UTEP’s community partners were celebrated.
This week’s UTEP headlines covers a new twist to the semi-annual midnight breakfast tradition, the Conference USA Outdoor Track and Field Championship, and Spring Commencement for more than 2,500 candidates, including the university’s first master of rehabilitation counseling graduate to explore art therapy.
In this week’s UTEP Headlines, the UTEP Center for Inland Desalination Systems team placed second in the international Desal Prize Challenge; UTEP student publications took home 23 prizes; Wei Qian, Ph.D., is helping reduce the number of women who need annual mammograms with a computer-aided detection system; FloraFEST is happening Friday and Saturday; and Centennial Plaza and the lhakhang cultural center opened to the public.
In this week’s UTEP Headlines, learn about a $4.9 million grant to study the local effects of climate change, faculty and staff research grants awarded since December, how bugs are helping students learn get interested in higher education, and get ready for the grand opening of Centennial Plaza.
In this week’s UTEP Headlines, find out about GECU’s check presentation for the R.C. Morgan Fund, how a team of UTEP engineers is one of five finalists for the international Desal Prize, important research by a UTEP professor on migrant vulnerability to kidnapping and violence, and the 95th TCM Day on campus.
In this week’s UTEP Headlines, learn about the new contract between The University of Texas at El Paso and NASA, two UTEP students who won the Paso del Norte Venture Competition, two scholarship opportunities for women at UTEP and snippets from guest CEO presenters.
In this week’s UTEP Headlines, see what kind of impact UTEP has on the local economy, learn about an emerging mosquito-borne virus that is likely to spread into the U.S.-Mexico border region, and make plans to attend the spring semester’s first Centennial Lecture.
In this week’s UTEP Headlines, find out about the groundbreaking research about women resisting violence in Juárez, the new partnership between UTEP and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso, a construction update on the new student housing complex, and how to get involved with the sixth annual Project MOVE.
For this week’s UTEP Headlines, we welcome back students for the spring semester. Find out about the Pathways to Innovation program, how UTEP researchers are helping El Paso save 49 million gallons of water a year and how community partners can help out with this year’s sixth annual Project MOVE.
This week’s UTEP Headlines covers a new fully online degree in security studies from UTEP Connect, professional development opportunities for K-12 teachers, the second cohort of students selected for the “Work with a Scientist” program and updates on the progress of the two, four-story residence halls expected to be completed by fall 2015.
In this week’s UTEP Headlines, find out about a professor studying climate change, a UTEP public art piece that’s in the spotlight, a graduate student’s firsthand experience with NASA and a unique opportunity that combines musical theater and Stephen King.
This week’s UTEP Headlines covers the exciting announcement of 16 full-ride scholarships courtesy of the Terry Foundation, a time capsule that will be opened in 25 years, how Operation Power Upgrade will affect the UTEP campus over the winter break, and how to give back to UTEP.
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.