• April 19, 2021

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Grant helps UTEP Team assess Security and Strategic Trade Management

The U.S. Department of State has awarded a $34,000 grant that researchers from The University of Texas at El Paso will use to evaluate training programs offered to international representatives to enhance U.S. security. Victor Manjarrez, Jr., Ed.D., associate director of UTEP’s Center for Law and Human Behavior, will lead a four-member team to study […]Read More

UTEP Electrical Engineering Student earns National Scholarship

Jesus Morales, a senior electrical and computer engineering major at The University of Texas at El Paso, was named a recipient of the nationally competitive Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Power and Energy Society (IEEE PES) scholarship through the organization’s Scholarship Plus Initiative. IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing […]Read More

UTEP joins Blackstone LaunchPad College Entrepreneurship network

Tuesday afternoon, officials with the University of Texas at El Paso announced that the college is joining the Blackstone LaunchPad College Entrepreneurship network. According to officials, the Blackstone LaunchPad College Entrepreneurship aims to equip students with tools and resources to gain knowledge and critical skills to help them succeed as founders or contributors to the […]Read More

UTEP Researchers join list of Top Researchers in the World

When The University of Texas at El Paso announced it was awarded an R1 designation from the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education in 2019, the distinction signaled UTEP’s arrival on the national stage as one of the premier research institutions in the country. That reputation was cemented further thanks to a recently published […]Read More

UTEP participates in panels to promote Indigenous People

The University of Texas at El Paso is helping to recognize the history of the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo through a series of virtual panel discussions in October. UTEP’s College of Liberal Arts is among the sponsors of the 2nd Annual Indigenous People’s Celebration: U.S.-Mexico Border. El Paso Community College is the main organizer of […]Read More

UTEP welcomes Future Miners to virtual Orange and Blue Week

The University of Texas at El Paso invites prospective students to learn about the Miner experience from the comfort of their homes during the University’s first virtual Orange and Blue Week. The elements that future Miners usually experience in person during the Orange and Blue Day open house, such as information sessions, campus tours, college […]Read More

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