The team that assists faculty from The University of Texas at El Paso to develop online courses has settled into its new home in UTEP’s Extended University and looks forward to assisting more professors to catch the digital wave.
UTEP graduates looking to gain an edge in the marketplace can now build their way to success – literally. A new graduate degree option allows them to assemble their master’s degree to fit their professional goals.
As a student and teacher of history, Michael V. Williams, Ph.D., knows that history is an invaluable tool for understanding current events in any era.
An off-the-cuff idea in 2015 to provide a weeklong technology summer camp at The University of Texas at El Paso has grown into a yearlong effort that promotes core academics, social skills, a college-bound culture – and technology.
The political upheaval in Washington, D.C., has added layers of interest to the latest economic forecast prepared by The University of Texas at El Paso’s Border Region Modeling Project (BRMP).
UTEP President Diana Natalicio has been appointed to the board of The Holdsworth Center, a premier leadership institute based in Austin, Texas.
Paul Gader, Ph.D., of the University of Florida, will talk about the need for and meaning of PRAM (Possibilistic, Robust, Ambiguity) algorithms for computer systems that learn from and react to data from sensors.
There will be an associated expo from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, March 3, in the El Paso Natural Gas Conference Center (EPNGCC).
Project MOVE (Miner Opportunities for Volunteer Experiences) is The University of Texas at El Paso’s annual day of volunteer service.
Celebrate the distinguished achievements of UTEP students and faculty during the 2017 Honors Convocation.
The Arbor Day Foundation recently announced that The University of Texas at El Paso had earned its Tree Campus USA certification, which validates UTEP’s efforts to be a sustainable green space.
Robert Gunn, Ph.D., an associate professor of English, was awarded the Early American Literature Book Prize for 2016 for his 2015 book “Ethnology and Empire: Languages, Literature, and the Making of the North American Borderlands” (NYU Press).
UTEP College of Education doctoral student Jair Muñoz recently was appointed as the graduate student representative to the American Anthropological Association’s Council of Anthropology and Education Executive Committee.
The International Research Foundation (TIRF) for English Language Education recently announced that a scholarly article by UTEP’s Katherine Mortimer, Ph.D., had earned the TIRF James E. Alatis Prize for Research on Language Planning and Policy in Educational Contexts.
AcademyHealth announced Nora Hernandez as one of 10 community health leaders selected for its Population Health Scholarship Program, made possible with support from The Kresge Foundation.
Amy Wagler, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematical sciences, recently was named a member of the Board of Directors for the Frontera Land Alliance.