Laura Acosta is a writer in UTEP's Office of University Communications.
A new collection of thousands of historical records and documents from the former ASARCO site in the UTEP Library's Special Collections Department is offering a unique insight into the plant's operations and employees from the late 1800s to the 1990s.
The potential contributions people with disabilities can make to the nation’s workforce will be celebrated during Ability Awareness Week from Monday, Oct. 13 through Friday, Oct. 17, at The University of Texas at El Paso.
The University of Texas at El Paso’s first live mascot was a burro.
The day after the performance of Handel’s opera Acis and Galatea at UTEP’s Don Haskins Center, members of the international cast and crew from Bhutan, Italy, Canada and the United States sand surfed in the desert and relaxed in the mountains, capping off their weeklong excursion to El Paso.
A few yards from Sun Bowl Stadium, just north of the Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts, is an often forgotten reminder of The University of Texas at El Paso's mining heritage.
As The University of Texas at El Paso commemorates its 100-year anniversary in 2014, Hoover House – UTEP’s official residence – has opened its doors to members of the El Paso community to join the celebration.
The renowned architect also is credited with designing the first four Bhutanese-style buildings on the campus of the Texas State School of Mines and Metallurgy (now The University of Texas at El Paso) in 1917.
A rapidly increasing Latino population, a surge in Hispanic-owned businesses and an increase in employment opportunities for Hispanic college graduates in science, technology, engineering and math will define the social, cultural and economic future of the United States, according to a woman widely regarded as one of the country’s most influential Latinas.
Blanca Ruiz’s passion to study biomedical sciences at The University of Texas at El Paso inspired her future career as an independent researcher and a professor. Born and raised in Juárez, Ruiz overcame a language barrier and endured a daily
Wynne discussed the fundamental challenges of why the European debt crisis emerged. He drew on lessons from U.S. economic history, including the European Union’s decision to create a single monetary currency that would create one market in Europe that was similar to the market that exists in the United States.