UTEP MAGAZINE

 

Give What You Get

Originally published in the Spring/Summer 2016 UTEP Magazine James Cearley Gives Back to Program that Gave Him a Lifetime of Success By Christina Rodriguez UTEP Communications Winston Churchill once said, “We make a living by what we get, but we...

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This She’ll Defend

Originally published in the Spring/Summer 2016 UTEP Magazine Alumna’s Book Brings Attention to Women Vietnam Veterans By Esmeralda Treviño UTEP Communications Claire Starnes initially joined the U.S. Army as a means of escape from everyday life. Born...

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Student Presents Research on Capitol Hill

Originally published in the Spring/Summer 2016 UTEP Magazine By Leonard Martinez UTEP Communications Cecilia Hinojosa, who graduated from UTEP with a B.A. in psychology in May 2016, was among 60 undergraduates from around the country chosen to presen...

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Mosquito Tracker

Originally published in the Spring/Summer 2016 UTEP Magazine By Lisa Y. Garibay UTEP Communications Humans are bigger, faster, smarter and more powerful than mosquitoes, yet we still can’t beat them. But Doug Watts, Ph.D., is working to try. Well ahe...

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Bending Light

Originally published in the Spring/Summer 2016 UTEP Magazine UTEP Lab Develops Revolutionary Lattice By Lisa Y. Garibay UTEP Communications Inside UTEP’s Electromagnetics (EM) Lab, where Associate Professor Raymond Rumpf, Ph.D., works alongside a ded...

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MOVEd to Serve

Originally published in the Spring/Summer 2016 UTEP Magazine Project MOVE Creates Learning Opportunity By Daniel Perez UTEP Communications Almost 1,500 Miners got up early on Feb. 27, 2016, to continue the tradition of serving El Paso as part of UTEP...

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Math Professor Wins Prestigious Award

Originally published in the Spring/Summer 2016 UTEP Magazine By Lisa Y. Garibay UTEP Communications UTEP continued its strong tradition of winning one of Texas’ most prestigious academic awards. Professor of Mathematical Sciences Larry Lesser, Ph.D.,...

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Her TIME to Shine

Originally published in the Spring/Summer 2016 UTEP Magazine UTEP President Among World’s 100 Most Influential People By Jenn Crawford UTEP Communications Diana Natalicio’s work at The University of Texas at El Paso over the past 45 years has been al...

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Rubin Center Celebrates 10th Anniversary

By Esmeralda Treviño / University Communications The Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts celebrated its 10th anniversary in November 2015 with a week of exhibitions, performances and conversations that explored art and space at the bo...

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