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As centennial ends, UTEP’s president thanks El Pasoans

By on December 28, 2014

During 2014, the El Paso community joined UTEP in a year-long celebration of our 100th anniversary, underscoring the central role that the university has played in bringing educational, economic, cultural enrichment, and improved quality-of-life opportunities to the residents of this region.

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UTEP Headlines 10.17.14

By on October 17, 2014

Here is what you need to know about what is happening at the University of Texas at El Paso.

UTEP: ‘The school for your second 50 years’

By on May 11, 2014

Part of the legacy of the university's first 100 years is the creation of two celebrated programs that stimulate the mind and body of older adults who live in the Paso del Norte region: the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, or OLLI, and the Physical Fitness in the Golden Age exercise program.

From KFOX 14: UTEP’s President talks future of campus as Centennial nears

By on December 30, 2013

As UTEP’s 100th birthday nears — the university’s president tells KFOX 14 the huge changes across campus won’t only benefit the school — but the region as a whole. “A centennial only occurs once every hundred years so you’ve got

From El Paso Inc: Diana Natalicio, President, University of Texas at El Paso

By on December 29, 2013

In the center of campus last Friday, the big Bhutanese-style digital marquee counting the days until the start of the University of Texas at El Paso’s Centennial Celebration displayed a big “4” on a bright orange background. As of this


Day 6: A Tradition of Authenticity

By on December 26, 2013

Miners need to be true to themselves, true to the border region, true to their unique and inherent possibilities.

From Dallas Morning News: UTEP president is my Texan of the Year, says Catalina Garcia

By on December 5, 2013

Although I had left the University of Texas at El Paso before 1988, when Dr. Diana Natalicio became the president, I have proudly followed the progress, improvements and expansion she has brought to my school and, therefore, to my home state, Texas.