• January 21, 2021

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UTEP snags $2.1m grant to develop next-gen 3-D printer

The University of Texas at El Paso has received a $2.1 million grant to develop a next-generation 3-D printer. The system will be an all-in-one printer that’s capable of printing industry-quality parts, including electronics formed out of plastics, and assembling metals and electronics during the fabrication process. “This technology is going to be unique and […]Read More

Miners rally to defeat Cardinals 27 to 17

The UTEP Miners opened their home schedule as 29-point favorites against the FCS’ Incarnate Word Cardinals, but escaped with a 27 to 17 victory to improve to 2-2 on the season. “I didn’t think we played real well, particularly in the first half…” UTEP Head Coach Sean Kugler said. “We lost Darren (Jeremiah) Laufasa on […]Read More

UTEP Tennis completes first day at Aggie Invitational

LAS CRUCES, N.M. – The UTEP women’s tennis team found success on the first day of the 2015 Aggie Invitational hosted by NM State on Friday at the NMSU Tennis Center. The Miners registered a doubles win and 10 singles wins. In the Crimson Flight, Duda Santos and Vivenne Kulicke commenced the fall season with […]Read More

UTEP honored by Washington Monthly Magazine once again

For a third consecutive year, The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) is ranked among Washington Monthly magazine’s Top 10 national universities in 2015. UTEP remained ranked #1 for the fourth year in a row in the category of social mobility. “UTEP has had great success at providing accessible and excellent opportunities in higher […]Read More