• September 22, 2020

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UTEP Shows Go Online, On Radio for Fall ’20 Season

Theater administrators and faculty members at The University of Texas at El Paso have announced artistic alternatives for the live performances that were canceled last spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fall schedule is an example of how theater has been reimagined around the world, said Rafael “Rafa” Pérez, lecturer and director of audience […]Read More

UTEP Football holds first practice since mid-March

The UTEP Football team made its long-awaited return to the practice field on Sunday morning as the Miners spent a little over two hours on Glory Field in preparation for the 2020 season. A mixture of new and old faces graced the field on Sunday morning with the 2020 squad strapping on the pads for […]Read More

UT System Chancellor tours UTEP to learn about campus’ preparations

J.B. Milliken, Chancellor of The University of Texas System, visited UTEP Thursday, August 13, where he viewed campus preparations for the fall semester, including UTEPs proactive testing program. “I am quite impressed,” Chancellor Milliken said. “UTEP has really thought about all of the things that need to be done to make this as safe an […]Read More

UTEP expands partnership with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

The University of Texas at El Paso and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have signed an agreement to create new research and internship opportunities for University faculty members and students. PNNL, located in southeastern Washington, near the border with Oregon, is part of the network of U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories. With an […]Read More

Orange Fever Fiesta set for Saturday; Bidding live now; Larry

While Orange Fever Fiesta, the annual fundraiser for UTEP Athletics, is just five days away, fans can get online now and bid on items.   The funds raised at “Orange Fever Fiesta” will directly support Miner student-athletes and help UTEP Athletics navigate the current college sports landscape during this unprecedented time. Additionally, former Texas Western football […]Read More

UTEP Soccer lands NAU transfer Sydney Nickell

Sydney Nickell (Northern Arizona) has joined the UTEP soccer team as a transfer, head coach Kathryn Balogun revealed Tuesday. “We are excited to add another Defender with division 1 experience to help bolster our backline. Sydney is a strong ball winner and wants to play a possession-based style of play, which makes her a great […]Read More

UTEP to launch Tech Writing Degree Plan in Fall ’20

The need to communicate complex information clearly and concisely in layman’s terms continues to grow in science, industry and government, so The University of Texas at El Paso will launch a new degree plan during the fall 2020 semester to fill that niche. Levi R. Martin, Ph.D., the technical writing program adviser, said the English […]Read More

Paul and Alejandra Foster give $5.1m lead gift for Sun

A lead gift of $5.1 million by El Paso businessman and philanthropist Paul Foster and his wife, Alejandra De la Vega Foster, ensures the completion of the Sun Bowl Renovation Project. “Paul and Alejandra have done so much for El Paso and for UTEP. Having their names on the tower will make us smile every […]Read More