week of: July 23, 2012  

Campus Transformation Plans Part of
Centennial Legacy

Some citizens of Miner Nation got a sneak peek into the future of The University of Texas at El Paso campus during a July 23 presentation at UTEP that left many eager and impressed. UTEP President Diana Natalicio used slides of colorful renderings to accentuate ...


UTEP Receives Scholarship Funding from Consul General of Mexico

For the third year in a row, Jorge Banos Gomar is grateful for the partnership between The University of Texas at El Paso and the Consul General of Mexico. On Wednesday, July 18, UTEP President Diana Natalicio accepted a check for $17,500 from Jacob Prado...



La Fe Students Learn about Health Careers

Fifth grader Leslie Guerra isn't sure if she wants to become a nurse or a veterinarian when she grows up, but after visiting the Clinical Laboratory Science Teaching Lab in UTEP's Health Sciences and Nursing Building, she may want to add clinical lab scientist to...



$2.5 Million Grant Brings Green Energy Manufacturing to UTEP

Thanks to a $2.5 million grant from the Department of Education, engineering students will soon have the opportunity to become skilled in eco-conscious manufacturing, one of the most promising fields in the first half of the 21st century.



Standardized Patients Take the Stage

Fred Keyser is not a real patient, but he plays one for nurse practitioner and health sciences students at The University of Texas at El Paso. Keyser is a standardized patient – an actor who is trained to perform the role of a patient or family member to allow students to practice their clinical and communication skills in a safe learning environment.



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