• January 24, 2022

Tags : utep covid-19

UTEP Athletics: 100 Percent Capacity for 2021-22 games

On Friday, Director of Athletics Jim Senter announced that all UTEP Athletics sporting events for the 2021-22 season will return to 100 percent capacity. “We are excited to announce full capacity at our events for the upcoming year,” Senter said. “We will continue to prioritize health and safety while ensuring our venues are thoroughly cleaned […]Read More

UTEP’s research helping to optimize U.S. COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

Sreenath Chalil Madathil, Ph.D., assistant professor in industrial manufacturing and systems engineering (IMSE) at The University of Texas at El Paso, is working to streamline the process and ease the patient experience at COVID-19 vaccination clinics in the United States to ensure faster vaccine distribution. Madathil led a team of UTEP faculty, staff and students […]Read More

UTEP Survey reveals hidden health, wellness benefits of COVID-19 Pandemic

A study by physiology researchers at The University of Texas at El Paso found that El Paso’s stay-at-home ordinance due to the COVID-19 pandemic had positive effects on the health and well-being of the region’s residents. Despite a shutdown of gyms and movement restrictions on non-essential activities, residents increased their fitness activity and closely monitored […]Read More

Covid-19 forces three UTEP Tennis home matches to be canceled

Three UTEP tennis home matches, including today’s matchup with New Mexico, have been canceled due to a positive COVID-19 case in the program and subsequent contact tracing.  The Miners’ matchups with Seward County Community College and UTSA, scheduled for Friday and Saturday respectively, have also been cancelled.  UTEP is scheduled to return to action against […]Read More

UTEP continues COVID-19 Vaccination Program

The University of Texas at El Paso provided an update Thursday, noting that the college is continuing to administer doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine this week to current students, faculty and staff. “Here at UTEP, we continue to vaccinate our students, faculty and staff who are at high risk,” UTEP President Heather Wilson said. […]Read More

UTEP begins COVID-19 Vaccination Program

The University of Texas at El Paso began administering doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine Friday morning to current students, faculty and staff. The vaccine has been allocated to UTEP by the State of Texas. “We are fortunate to have talented students and faculty from the School of Pharmacy and the School of Nursing and […]Read More

UTEP Vaccination Clinic rescheduled for Friday and Saturday

Wednesday afternoon, University of Texas at El Paso President Heather Wilson provided an update on the COVID-19 vaccines that had been delayed in transit, forcing the college to delay their planned vaccination clinic for their high-risk faculty staff, and students, UTEP officials announced Tuesday the postponement of the clinic for Wednesday, and raised the possibility […]Read More

UTEP postpones Winter Commencement, President Wilson issues statement

Friday morning University of Texas at El Paso officials announced their decision to postpone yet another graduation ceremony, due to the Covid-19 surge in the area. As with both the Spring and Summer in-person commencements, the decision to postpone the Fall ceremony was based public health conditions. UTEP President Heather Wilson released the following statement […]Read More