• January 25, 2022

Tags : stem

Mexican Consulate Recognizes EPCC Students

El Paso Community College (EPCC) students named Siemens Technical Scholars earlier this year were honored by the Mexican Consulate in El Paso. Consul General of Mexico in El Paso, Marcos Bucio welcomed students Bryant Muñiz, Lizet Navarro and Adrian Morales to his office for a ceremony where the students shared their educational experience and pride […]Read More

Area Students, Parents attend UTEP’s Southwest Emerging Technology Symposium

Regional students in grades K-12 spent Saturday learning more about careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields  at the Wyndham El Paso Airport. It was all part of UTEP’s continuing outreach to local K-12 schools, as the University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering offered the information session for students as part of its annual Southwest Emerging […]Read More

UTEP Secures $500K STEM Grant from NASA

NASA is investing $500,000 in UTEP for the development of an education model that uses narratives to integrate learning of different subjects into an interdisciplinary storyboard. “NASA’s Minority University Research and Education Project (MUREP) provides support for colleges and universities to build programs that connect students from underrepresented and underserved communities with NASA, giving them […]Read More

UTEP Launches Regional STEM Degree Accelerator

The University of Texas at El Paso has received a $725,000 grant from Educate Texas as part of its Texas Regional Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Degree Accelerator initiative. The pioneering grant program is an opportunity to sync faculty and employers toward the goal of empowering students with the knowledge and skills that equal […]Read More

UTEP, 5 other Schools set to Receive STEM Grants

Five institutions of higher education, including The University of Texas at El Paso as the lead grantee of the El Paso Regional Team, have been selected to receive STEM Accelerator grants, which range from $550,000 to $800,000 over three years. Over the next decade, Texas is projected to have the second highest percentage of the […]Read More