• January 21, 2021

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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

UTEP Basketball’s Vila enters Senior year on a mission

Entering the 2020-21 season, Eric Vila is one of two UTEP men’s basketball seniors and knows the challenges ahead for the squad. Vila completed his first season in a UTEP uniform after transferring from Northwest Florida State College. His efforts helped the Miners win 17 games, the most in four years. However, as fellow senior Bryson Williams has mentioned, […]Read More

Four members of UTEP football squad test positive for Covid-19;

Director of Athletics Jim Senter and head football coach Dana Dimel announced on Sunday that the start of UTEP’s preseason football practice has been postponed. Via a news release, school officials shared that, “out of safety considerations for all parties,” the entire football team (student-athletes, coaches and staff) was tested for COVID-19 on Thursday, August […]Read More

UTEP Alum from ’66 Team challenges others to work toward

At 17, Dick Myers knew he was too small to play basketball at a major college. So, the Kansas native enrolled at nearby Hutchinson Junior College to gain height, weight and skill – hoping to eventually catch the eye of recruiters and coaches. The year was 1963 and two years later, Don Haskins came calling. […]Read More

Gallery: UTEP Soccer hits the practice field

Ahead of their 2020 season, the UTEP Soccer team took to the turf Thursday afternoon as their training camp continued. University Field was buzzing with futbol excitement as the women ran through their drills during a rare cloudy, muggy day in the Borderland.  The Miners face their first test in just a few weeks; click […]Read More

New UTEP partnership to advance electric transportation, sustainability on global

The University of Texas at El Paso is partnering with Utah State University (USU) on an innovative collaboration involving a consortium of universities working to transform the automotive, transportation and electrical grid industries on an international scale. The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded its most coveted Engineering Research Center (ERC) grant to a consortium led […]Read More

Year 2: Full ‘STEM’ Ahead for UTEP’s Noyce Scholars

Several members of a second-year program at The University of Texas at El Paso created to prepare the next wave of proficient science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teachers are ready to share their newfound know-how with high school pupils. The eight students who make up the inaugural cohort of UTEP’s Noyce Scholars have been […]Read More

UTEP Softball inks 10 Student-Athletes for 2021 Season

UTEP Softball Head Coach T.J. Hubbard announced the addition of 10 student-athletes to the program Wednesday. The new Miners include eight freshmen, and a pair of transfers. A trio of El Paso products will don the Orange and Blue for their hometown squad, while all 10 newcomers will be eligible for the 2021 campaign. The […]Read More