• January 17, 2022

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UTEP to Test 3D-Printed Bio-Tissue in Suborbital Flight

The University of Texas at El Paso’s (UTEP) efforts to reach into space have achieved a critical milestone. Binata Joddar, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Metallurgy, Materials Science and Biomedical Engineering, has completed testing on 3D-printed bio-tissue produced at UTEP that will be integrated into a neural-sensing device and tested in suborbital space […]Read More

Bradley outduels UTEP down the stretch to win Sun Bowl

The Bradley Braves dominated the final four minutes to defeat the UTEP Miners Men’s Basketball Team Wednesday night  to win the WestStar Don Haskins Sun Bowl Invitation  73-66. The 4,000+ fans in attendance at the Don Haskins Center were treated to a game that was not decided until the final 10 seconds of the game. […]Read More

UTEP Women’s Basketball Soars Past Air Force In Double OT,

Teal Battle went off for 20 points (eight in OT), while Elina Arike (16 points, 14 rebounds, career-high six assists), Katia Gallegos (16 points, four boards, two assists), Avery Crouse (13 points, four boards) and Erin Wilson (11 points, five rebounds) helped the UTEP women’s basketball team outlast Air Force, 93-85, in double overtime.  It […]Read More

UTEP to Advance Cybersecurity Talent Pipeline with $4M Grant

The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) will enhance the capacity of the regional and national cybersecurity workforce, thanks to a renewed commitment from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). UTEP’s CyberCorps Scholarship for Service (SFS) program, designed to prepare cybersecurity professionals who can improve the nation’s security […]Read More

EHN UTEP Student Athletes Receive State Award

Emergence Health Network, together with the UTEP Athletics Department is the recipient of the 2021 Frank M. Adams Outstanding Community Volunteer Service Award. The award is presented annually by the Texas Council of Community Centers to those in the community center system in recognition of their efforts and services surrounding mental health awareness.  Texas Council […]Read More

UTEP – Kalu Named C-USA Men’s Basketball Freshman of the

UTEP forward Kevin Kalu has been named the Conference USA Freshman of the Week, the league office announced Monday. He is the first Miner to claim the honor since Jordan Lathon did most recently during the 2018-19 season (Feb. 25). The Baltimore, Md., product came alive with career highs in points (eight) and assists (two) […]Read More

UNM hands short-handed UTEP 78-66 loss in ABQ Sunday night

ALBUQUERQUE  – UTEP’s Katia Gallegos led all scorers with 25 points, while adding seven rebounds, four assists and a season-high four steals but it wasn’t enough as New Mexico (9-4) shot over 53 percent from the field to down the Miners (7-2), 78-66, at The Pit on Sunday night. The Miners jumped out to a […]Read More

Bulldogs bust UTEP’s bowl dreams with 31-24 win

ALBUQUERQUE – UTEP went toe-to-toe with heavily favored Fresno State in the 16th annual PUBG MOBILE New Mexico Bowl, but the Bulldogs made a few more big plays down the stretch and slipped past the Miners, 31-24, on Saturday at University Stadium. UTEP (7-6), a 13-point underdog entering the game, trailed just 26-24 when Trent Thompson scored on […]Read More

UTEP Volleyball Adds Kaya Weaver to 2022 Roster

UTEP volleyball head coach Ben Wallis brings on a new addition to the 2022-23 roster, middle hitter Kaya Weaver.  “We are very excited to be able to pick off Kaya Weaver for this class so late,” head coach Ben Wallis said. “She was under-recruited because she played on a second team for club in Northern […]Read More