Lisa Garibay is a writer in UTEP's Office of University Communications.
From its beginnings as an engineering school in 1914, The University of Texas at El Paso has remained at the forefront of employing computing technology for both administrative and academic purposes.
Home to the UTEP men's and women's basketball teams, the Don Haskins Center is named after the University's legendary basketball coach, who died in 2008.
The University of Texas at El Paso's foundation may be in mining, yet an array of UTEP graduates have made their mark within the visual arts, entertainment industry and other creative realms.
The UTEP Celebrates mega-outreach effort had been in the works since January with personnel and departments around the University involved in its planning and execution. The organizers knew they had a significant feat on their hands.
Fifty-one years ago today, the first football game was played in one of the region's most storied local landmarks — Sun Bowl Stadium.
With a trio of free public events, the Mexican government and its people contributed to UTEP’s Centennial Celebration Wednesday, Sept. 10.
At 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, UTEP’s Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts will honor Enriquez as part of the University’s Centennial Celebration. “IGNITE,” a mural painted by some of Enriquez’s former students, will be gifted to Bowie High School as a tribute to the educator’s teaching legacy.
For 100 years, UTEP and the El Paso branch of the NAACP have been enriching the local community while contributing to equal rights nationwide.
Before the fall 2014 semester started, Annette Siemssen and Eduardo Mancinas were complete strangers. But after New Miner Convocation, they realized they had a lot in common. That was the magic of New Miner Convocation – UTEP’s annual event officially welcoming hundreds