• January 17, 2021

Tags : University of Texas at El Paso

Miners fall to Rice in Houston 55-43

HOUSTON – UTEP women’s basketball (5-4, 2-2 C-USA) fell to Conference USA powerhouse Rice (8-1, 4-0 C-USA) by a score of 55-43 on Saturday afternoon at Tudor Fieldhouse in Houston to close out the weekend series.  The Miners struggled offensively on Saturday, shooting 27.1 percent (16-59) and 6-of-23 from three, while Rice mainly took advantage of […]Read More

UTEP Awarded Grant to improve employment, quality of life for

The University of Texas at El Paso is one of eight U.S. universities participating in a multisite study to increase sustainable employment and career advancement opportunities for individuals with disabilities, including veterans with disabilities. Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, the five-year project is led by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, which awarded UTEP an […]Read More

During the Holiday Season, programs allow Miners to help fellow

This holiday season, especially with the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, the Student Emergency Fund and the UTEP Food Pantry are among the campus’ fundraising efforts designed to make a difference for students by providing financial assistance and food. ‘In addition to making choices to keep themselves and others safe amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there are […]Read More

UTEP expands energy research to achieve global impact

Faculty members from The University of Texas at El Paso’s Department of Mechanical Engineering are on a mission to clear the air. Their goal is to expand energy-related initiatives and position the University as a leader in renewable and clean energy technology research to advance opportunities for students and positively impact climate sustainability on a […]Read More

One wanted normalcy and one went remote: How two West

This fall, two Texas universities found themselves in regions of the state engulfed in some of the worst coronavirus surges seen across the nation: the University of Texas at El Paso and Texas Tech University in Lubbock. The two largest West Texas public universities ended up on opposite ends of the spectrum in how they […]Read More

Nineteen UTEP Student-Athletes slated to earn degrees this weekend

Nineteen student-athletes, both past and present, will graduate from The University of Texas at El Paso this weekend. The list of graduates includes nine representatives from the football program, three from women’s golf, two each from women’s basketball and softball, and one apiece from soccer, volleyball and track & field. Ronald Awatt, Josh Caldwell, Walter […]Read More

UTEP Student Support Services Director is President-Elect of National Higher

Jaime Mendez, Ed.D., director of the Student Support Services Program at The University of Texas at El Paso, was named president-elect of NODA, the Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention in Higher Education, in November 2020. NODA is committed to providing education, leadership and professional development in the fields of college student orientation, transition, retention […]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