THIS WEEK: February 16 – 22
- 100 ft Traverse for 100 Years on February 17-21, 2014
- UTEP L.I.V.E. – Miner Manners: Mastering Dining Etiquette on February 18, 2014 5:30 pm
- UTEP L.I.V.E. – 21st Century Scholars on February 19, 2014 8:00 am
- Alumni Reunion in Denton, TX on February 19, 2014 7:00 pm
- Book Signing: The Good, the Bad and the Funny of El Paso Sports History on February 20, 2014 4:00 pm
- Golden Key International Honour Society Leadership Conference on February 21, 2014
- UTEP L.I.V.E. Leadership Conference Day on February 21, 2014 9:00 am
- Woman’s Auxiliary 90th Anniversary Event on February 22, 2014 11:00 am
- El Paso Museum of History Wall of Giants Grand Opening on February 22, 2014 4:00 pm
View the entire Centennial Calendar.
In UTEP History
Spanish is added as a first year requirement for first year mining students (Feb. 17, 1921), the Board of Regents purchase the rights to the Bhutanese designs created by Gibson & Robertson and transfer them to Trost & Trost, (Feb. 19, 1917), Bernice Bell is the first black student performer to appear before an audience on a University of Texas stage to several standing ovations (Feb. 21, 1956).
Learn more in the UTEP Encyclopedia.
Events – Sacred Heart Church held an Orange Mass to celebrate UTEP, the 51st Annual Coin Show unveiled a commemorative UTEP medal, and photos from the public art tour.
On Campus – UTEP L.I.V.E continued its student leadership program series (with more to come) and the first of six Mini Health Fairs kicked off on Valentine’s Day.
Centennial Stories – Michael Dotson, Mechanical Engineering (class of 1981) and a story of love in a history class.
100 @ 100 – Interviews with Dr. Stacey Sowards (Communication Chair) and Oralia Loza (Public Health Sciences).
El Paso Times Series – Article on Project Move.
In the News – The New York Times crossword puzzle cites UTEP.
The Centennial Office is located in room 403 of UTEP's Administration Building. Contact us at (915) 747-5362 or email@example.com.