A Division I athletic scholarship was A-Shawni Mitchell’s ticket to a new life with endless possibilities, including graduating from UTEP this past May.
Graduates from the College of Science at UTEP will have a new postgraduate option starting in the spring 2017 semester.
Longtime educator Keith Howard Pannell, Ph.D., has no plans to stop what he has been doing for nearly half a century.
Nobody would have faulted Bradley Genevro if he had limited his time this fall to getting acquainted with UTEP as the new director of bands.
'Tis the season to be joyful for more than 2,300 summer and fall graduates who celebrated their achievements and future accomplishments during UTEP's winter Commencement ceremonies.
A UTEP research assistant professor is one of 15 researchers across the nation awarded $150,000 by the Lung Cancer Research Foundation.
UTEP will host its free Orange and Blue Day open house event to show prospective students, family and friends what it means to be a Miner.
Project MOVE (Miner Opportunities for Volunteer Experiences) is The University of Texas at El Paso’s annual day of volunteer service.
Students from UTEP’s College of Education, earned the highest score in the country in a national examination in 2016.
UTEP's executive director of the Hunt Institute for Global Competitiveness, was a panelist at the U.S.-Mexico Energy Forum on Dec. 9, 2016.
The largest class of students in the history of UTEP’s Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) online program attended orientation on Dec. 5 and 6.
UTEP students studied the daily life of ancient urban civilizations from Africa and the Middle East at Yale University.
The NSF recently awarded $621,488 to UTEP for Arctic research that will assess herbivore impacts on carbon cycling in northern Alaska.
A UTEP clinical professor of civil engineering has been appointed to the environmental/health position on the Public Service Board (PSB).