• October 25, 2021

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UTEP Launches Fundraising Campaign in Honor of Natalicio’s 30 Years

On Thursday, the University of Texas at El Paso launched the “Thank You for 30” campaign to celebrate UTEP President Diana Natalicio’s leadership and build on the momentum to propel the University forward for the next 30 years and beyond. “Our institution and community have been profoundly transformed under Dr. Natalicio’s visionary leadership and extraordinary […]Read More

UTEP President Honored With ‘Leadership Trailblazer Award’ by CommUnity en

UTEP President Diana Natalicio has earned another honor, being recognized as one of El Paso’s most pivotal leaders by CommUnity en Acción, a group of business and civic leaders who work to bolster the region’s Hispanic community. President Natalicio was awarded the organization’s inaugural Leadership Trailblazer award, which was presented during the 2nd annual Latino […]Read More

El Paso Collaborative for Academic Excellence Celebrates 25 Years of

Concerned by the large gap that existed in the academic achievement levels of minority and non-minority children in the Paso del Norte Region, UTEP President Diana Natalicio and UTEP alumna Susana Navarro, Ph.D., a seasoned education advocate, formed the El Paso Collaborative for Academic Excellence (EPCAE) in 1992. They brought together leaders from UTEP, El […]Read More

UTEP President Receives National Hispanic Award

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation has announced that UTEP President Diana Natalicio is a recipient of the 2016 Hispanic Heritage Award in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). The national HHF awards recognize the contributions and accomplishments of leaders in various fields while celebrating Latino cultural pride and Latinos’ great promise for America’s future. “I am […]Read More

UTEP Names New Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations

Maribel Villalva has been named assistant vice president for alumni relations at  announced Tuesday. Villalva, whose new appointment commences immediately, has since 2013 been director of UTEP’s Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens. In addition, in 2014, she served as executive director of the University’s Centennial Celebration. “Maribel Villalva’s contributions to the University have been extensive […]Read More

UTEP President Natalicio details Health Scare, Recovery

Nearly a month and a half after her on-campus collapse, UTEP President Dr. Diana Natalicio released information Tuesday afternoon regarding the incident and her recovery. In a memo addressed to the university’s staff, students, alumni and friend titled “The Beat Goes On,” Dr. Natalico credits the knowledge and quick action of a UTEP PD Officer, […]Read More

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