• October 21, 2021

Tags : dr. diana natalicio

Former UTEP President Diana Natalicio dies at 82

Former UTEP President Diana Natalicio dies at 82.Dr. Natalicio’s brother, Bill Siedhoff, announced her passing on Friday afternoon. It is with great sadness that her closest family, friends and I share with the El Paso community the passing of UTEP President Emerita Diana S. Natalicio. El Paso Mayor, Oscar Lesser’s office, released the following statement: […]Read More

Natalicio Named Conservation Award Recipient by El Paso/Trans-Pecos Audubon Society

UTEP President Diana Natalicio is being recognized for successfully guiding the development of a wetlands park – an invaluable contribution to environmental conservation in the Paso del Norte region – by the El Paso/Trans-Pecos Audubon Society. President Natalicio is a recipient of the organization’s Conservation Award, which honors her unflagging support of Rio Bosque Wetlands […]Read More

Search Advisory Committee Named for Next UT El Paso President

A committee to advise The University of Texas System Board of Regents on the selection of a new president for UT El Paso was announced Wednesday by regents’ Chairman Sara Martinez Tucker. The UT El Paso Presidential Search Advisory Committee will offer recommendations on possible successors to Diana Natalicio, Ph.D., who announced in May that […]Read More

UTEP’s New Agreement Strengthens International Collaboration

The University of Texas at El Paso has signed an agreement with the Fundacion del Empresariado Chihuahuense, A.C., or FECHAC, on educational activities. UTEP President Diana Natalicio and Fernando Ávila Ortega, the President of the Board of Directors of the Juarez Chapter, signed the agreement Thursday afternoon in the President’s Conference Room. FECHAC is a […]Read More

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