RESEARCH


Mathemusician Repeats Wins in National Song Contests

Larry Lesser, Ph.D., professor of mathematical sciences, has again won recognition in national song contests sponsored by the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath), and the Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education (CAUSE). read more…...

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Seven UTEP Miners Awarded Prestigious Research Fellowship

This year the National Science Foundation (NSF) offered seven University of Texas at El Paso students and alumni the prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship – a record number of recipients for the University. More than 13,000 students across the nation applied …...

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2017 AAPG Grant-In-Aid Recipients

Graduate geological sciences students Andre Llanos and Kate Grisi. Photo by: Benjamin Brunner Graduate geological sciences students Andre Llanos and Kate Grisi have been awarded research funds through the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Grant-In-Aid program. The purpose of …...

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Study Focuses on Officer-Citizen Interactions

Jeffrey Rojek, Ph.D., associate director of UTEP’s Center for Law and Human Behavior and associate professor in the Department of Criminal Justice. Photo: Laura Trejo/UTEP Communications Jeffrey Rojek, Ph.D., associate director of UTEP’s Center for Law and Human Behavior and …...

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Space Industry Experts to Convene at UTEP Symposium

What: Southwest Emerging Technology Symposium When: Saturday, April 1, 2017 Where: Wyndham El Paso Airport, 2027 Airway Blvd. EL PASO, Texas – Scholars, students and space industry experts will gather for the annual Southwest Emerging Technology Symposium (SETS). The …...

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Grant Funds Summer Language Experience

A grant from the National Security Agency will help Maissa Khatib, Ph.D., faculty member of Women’s and Gender Studies and the coordinator of the Arabic program, put on STARTALK@UTEP, a language camp this summer. The program targets 40 local high …...

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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 to understand the behavior of communication …...

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Fresh Ideas Part of UTEP’s Annual Venture Contest

Last year’s winning team was Arsenic Canary from UTEP. Friday, March 3, 8:30-11:30 a.m., Business Administration Building, rooms 309, 312, 318 and 319 Saturday, March 4, noon to 4 p.m., El Paso Natural Gas Conference Center A growing number of …...

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Influential Business Journal Accepts UTEP Paper

A research paper by David Folsom, Ph.D., assistant professor of accounting, recently was published online by Management Science, one of the country’s top scholarly journals in the practice of business management. Folsom, the primary investigator of “Principles-Based Standards and Earnings …...

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Geologists Study Technology Impact Data Collection

Geologists at James Madison University in Virginia and The University of Texas at El Paso are working on National Science Foundation-funded research to determine if smart phones can replace analog compasses used by geologists in their fieldwork. Terry Pavlis, Ph.D., …...

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