• April 11, 2021

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Video+Story: UTEP’s New Education Dean Ready to Serve Students

Raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Clifton Tanabe knew about The University of Texas at El Paso from its days as a Western Athletic Conference rival to the University of Hawaii at Manoa (UH). As a higher education professor, researcher and administrator, he learned more about the University through the national attention it received for its successful […]Read More

NASA Camp Empowers UTEP Education Students

Samantha Martinez liked the concept of chemistry before she knew what it was. When visiting her grandmother as a youngster, she would head to the bathroom to mix different cleaning products with the hope that it would produce a chemical reaction. That enthusiasm and curiosity only escalated as she matured. It got to the point […]Read More

UTEP Announces New Dean of College of Education

The University of Texas at El Paso announced the appointment of Clifton Tanabe, Ph.D. as the dean of the College of Education effective July 1, 2018. He comes to UTEP from the University of Hawaii (UH) at Mānoa. Along with his administrative duties at UTEP, Tanabe also will be a tenured professor in the Department […]Read More

UTEP’s College of Education Names New Associate Dean

Beverley Argus-Calvo, Ph.D., has been appointed associate dean for graduate studies and research for the UTEP College of Education. “Dr. Argus-Calvo has demonstrated her commitment to preparing future teachers, educational diagnosticians, and graduate students throughout her 17 years of service to UTEP, the College of Education, and our binational border community,” said College of Education […]Read More

UTEP Education Researchers Awarded $456k NSF Grant

The College of Education at The University of Texas at El Paso has been awarded a $456,076 grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct research on persistence in and beyond undergraduate engineering studies among Latinx students. Latinx is the gender-neutral alternative to Latino or Latina used by academics and activists. Alberto Esquinca, Ph.D., associate […]Read More