With a trio of free public events, the Mexican government and its people contributed to UTEP’s Centennial Celebration Wednesday, Sept. 10.
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Ambassador of Mexico to the United States Eduardo Medina Mora, UTEP President Diana Natalicio, other dignitaries, and members of the public were present at the dedication of the Esfera Cuantica Tlahtolli.
In recognition of UTEP’s role in educating thousands of Mexican students and as a gift of friendship for the University’s Centennial, the Mexican people will present The University of Texas at El Paso with an original piece by renowned sculptor Sebastián.
Centennial Lecture and Concert to Follow What: Presentation of sculpture Esfera Cuantica by Mexican artist Sebastián When: 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 10 Where: Fox Fine Arts Center Plaza, UTEP campus In recognition of UTEP’s role in educating thousands of Mexican
A gift to honor the 100th anniversary of the University of Texas at El Paso, and to recognize the strong ties between Mexico and the university, was revealed Thursday on the UTEP campus. Jacob Prado, the consul general of Mexico
On a perfect fall afternoon with a backdrop of the U.S.-Mexico border, the UTEP community received their first glimpse of a gift from the people of Mexico commemorating the strong ties between the country and the university. Acclaimed Mexican sculptor
On Thursday, Nov. 21, the Honorable Jacob Prado, Consul General of Mexico in El Paso, officially revealed the details of a gift to honor both The University of Texas at El Paso’s Centennial in 2014 and the strong ties between
The people of Mexico have given a gift to UTEP for our 100th birthday. The sculpture, by acclaimed artist Sebastian, will be visible from the Centennial Plaza. A model and sketches were unveiled today. UTEP’s Facebook Page El Paso Times