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Up All Night

The University of Texas at El Paso’s Division of Student Affairs and Office of Student Life will present the end-of-semester event “Up All Night” and the traditional Midnight Breakfast beginning at 9 p.m. Tuesday, May 9, inside Union Building East....

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Army Post Honors Efforts by UTEP’s Natalicio

Fort Bliss celebrated UTEP President Diana Natalicio’s contributions to the military by announcing that her portrait would be added to the post’s Wall of Patriots during an evening ceremony April 26, 2017. The event, hosted by Maj. Gen. Robert P....

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UTEP Team’s Electronic Lab Wins Venture Contest

Personal Electronic Laboratory, the project by UTEP seniors Dante Chaparro, engineering leadership major, and Andres Mejorado, marketing major, won the fifth annual Paso Del Norte Venture Competition on March 4 at The University of Texas at El Paso....

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Grant Focuses on Network Management

Stanford University has awarded a sub-contract of $124,000 to Michael McGarry, Ph.D., associate professor with UTEP’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, for research on network management. His yearlong project will advance the ability...

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Dust Expert Featured on Weather Channel

Thomas E. Gill, Ph.D., professor of Geological Sciences and Environmental Science & Engineering, has been featured on The Weather Channel’s WX Geeks as this week’s featured “Geek of the Week.” “Wx Geeks is must-see TV for the meteorology co...

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UTEP Accounting Department Accreditation

The Association for the Advancement of Colleges and Schools of Business (AACSB) recently renewed its accreditation of UTEP’s accounting program. The international association also has accredited the University’s business administration program. read...

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UTEP Researchers to Offer Border Economic Outlook

What: UTEP’s Border Region Modeling Project will review recent regional economic trends and provide insights on what to expect in 2017 and 2018 during the 12th Border Economic Forum. When: 2 – 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017 Where: Blumberg...

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Continuing Education for Older Adults at UTEP

Adults 50 and older can register for OLLI education courses starting Jan. 17, 2017. Classes at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) include art, history, languages, literature, music and physical activities. There are no exams or papers and a...

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UTEP research featured in Scientific American

UTEP research finding that polluted air correlates with lower grade point averages in elementary school children was recently featured in Scientific American. Conducted by graduate student Stephanie E. Clark-Reyna, Associate Professor of Sociology Sa...

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