Keith A. Erekson served as the Executive Director of UTEP's Centennial Celebration from December 2011 through May 2014. Learn more at keitherekson.com.
UTEP and the Junior League celebrated big anniversaries at the Centennial Museum.
Today I visited with 90 sophomores at Clint ISD Early College Academy. The students are part of the school’s first class and will graduate in 2016. We talked about UTEP’s powerful traditions, One Direction concert tickets, and the rest of
A visit with 150 students from 17 high schools in 4 El Paso school districts.
Happy Orange New Year! As we begin our centennial year, I want to express my personal appreciation and excitement. Here on the Centennial blog we have just capped off the 100-day countdown to 2014 with a review of the “Top
Dreams bring everyone together on a university campus and, perhaps more than any other institution in our society, universities are places where dreams do come true.
More than 110,000 baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degrees have been awarded in the fields of science, engineering, healthcare, politics, business, law, entertainment, arts, and education.
In 1966, our men’s basketball team won the national championship. Today UTEP expects excellence in all that we undertake.
Students’ destinies are determined neither by race, ethnicity, gender, nor zip code. All students deserve the opportunity to develop their talents and nourish their dreams.
The first class of Peace Corps volunteers trained on campus. Today service permeates student life in and out of the classroom.
Miners need to be true to themselves, true to the border region, true to their unique and inherent possibilities.