• October 22, 2020

Tags : UTEP College of Health Sciences

UTEP College of Health Sciences attracts Top Research Faculty

The University of Texas at El Paso’s R1 designation by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education has raised UTEP’s national research profile and attracted highly competitive research faculty to the University. “We find ourselves in an enviable position of being able to recruit top talent to UTEP,” said College of Health Sciences Dean […]Read More

College of Health Sciences Announces First Cohort of Leavell Endowed

The UTEP College of Health Sciences has announced the inaugural cohort of the Charles H. and Shirley T. Leavell Endowed Chair Faculty Fellowships. The fellowship is for five high-impact educational and research practice areas: interprofessional education, community engagement, scholarship of teaching and learning, applied and translational research (ATR), and global engagement. The fellowship recipients are […]Read More

Two Year Grant for UTEP Professor Focuses on Primary Care

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board – Minority Health Program recently awarded a two-year, $387,486 grant to Candyce Berger, Ph.D., professor of social work and associate dean for research and faculty affairs in UTEP’s College of Health Sciences. The grant will be used to study integrated primary care in predominantly rural settings. This project is […]Read More