• January 25, 2022

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Foster Scholar Alumna makes a difference as a Family Medicine

Sarah Sepulveda, M.D., didn’t let small-town roots limit her big dreams. Dr. Sepulveda grew up in Fabens, Texas, a small community about 30 miles east of El Paso along the U.S.-Mexico border. “I wanted to become a doctor because you can help improve the quality of patients’ lives,” said Dr. Sepulveda, a 2015 graduate of the Foster School of […]Read More

Western Technical College Seeds $30k to Start Scholarship Fund

Western Technical College announced that it has partnered with the Paso del Norte Charitable Foundation to establish the Western Tech Scholarship Fund for training and education for current and prospective students in the El Paso region. Western Tech made an initial gift of $30,000 to start the fund which will be used to leverage additional […]Read More

NMSU Engineering Benefactor Creates Eight Scholarships

A newly endowed scholarship in New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering will provide tuition support for eight additional civil engineering students, thanks to a gift from one of the college’s longtime benefactors. Ed Foreman, who earned his civil engineering degree from the college in 1955, established the Ed and Barbara Foreman Endowed Scholarship with […]Read More