• January 25, 2022

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UTEP, EPCC to Promote STEM Education with Support from $5M

The University of Texas at El Paso is partnering with El Paso Community College to foster success for Hispanic and low-income students in the fields of science, technology, math and engineering (STEM). Officials share that the effort will provide students with innovative and effective instruction, high-quality support resources, and a simplified mechanism for those looking […]Read More

UTEP Receives $3M NSF Grant to Enhance STEM Education for

A team of researchers at UTEP will enhance the success of undergraduate Hispanic students in STEM disciplines through a $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program. The NSF awarded the funding for a project that seeks to increase the number of Hispanic students, in particular Hispanic […]Read More

UTEP, UT Austin, UT System join U.S. Space Force Partnership

The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and The University of Texas at Austin signed agreements today with the U. S. Space Force to provide advanced research and workforce development for the newest branch of the U.S. Armed Services. The University of Texas System signed an umbrella Memorandum of Understanding with the Space Force […]Read More

UTEP: Project ACE opens STEM, Biomed paths for Hispanics

Growing up in Sunland Park, New Mexico, David Zubia was interested in all things mechanical. He was attentive and asked questions of family and neighbors as they worked on their projects. His curiosity led to challenges and accomplishments. In middle school, Zubia parlayed his interest in computers and high-fidelity sound into a 10-speed bicycle with […]Read More

UTEP, Integrated Defense Applications partner; Look to build regional aerospace,

The University of Texas at El Paso’s renowned Aerospace Center, also known as cSETR, has partnered with El Paso-based defense contracting company Integrated Defense Applications, LLC  IDA Technology to build what officials say is a small business aerospace and defense ecosystem in the Paso del Norte region. The collaboration will foster research and educational activities […]Read More

UT System Regents approve new UTEP Degrees in Aerospace and

The University of Texas System Board of Regents Thursday approved two new degree proposals by The University of Texas at El Paso to establish a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering and a Doctor of Occupational Therapy. “We are excited to provide students with more options to pursue careers in engineering and healthcare,” […]Read More

UTEP’s Denise Lujan selected as Fellow of UT System of

Denise Lujan, director of developmental math and the Entering Student Experience (ESE) Program at The University of Texas at El Paso, was selected as a Fellow of The University of Texas System Academy of Distinguished Teachers, the UT System’s highest honor for recognizing outstanding leadership in education. “We are incredibly proud of Denise Lujan’s contributions […]Read More

UTEP President Heather Wilson promotes peer assistance on STEM Panel

Mentors and “champions” can help elevate more women and minorities to positions of authority, according to The University of Texas at El Paso’s President Heather Wilson, who was a panelist on a virtual Women’s History Month webinar on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. President Wilson was part of “Celebrating Women Leaders in STEM: Sharing Insights, Experiences […]Read More

UTEP to host Virtual Town Hall on strengthening STEM Workforce

The University of Texas at El Paso and the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) will co-host host a free virtual town hall focusing on strengthening the STEM workforce next week. The virtual town hall , set for 9 a.m. MST Friday, December 11, is hall is free and open to the public. […]Read More

UT System Chancellor tours UTEP to learn about campus’ preparations

J.B. Milliken, Chancellor of The University of Texas System, visited UTEP Thursday, August 13, where he viewed campus preparations for the fall semester, including UTEPs proactive testing program. “I am quite impressed,” Chancellor Milliken said. “UTEP has really thought about all of the things that need to be done to make this as safe an […]Read More