The University of Texas at El Paso's radio station, KTEP-FM, began as a college lab for aspiring broadcasters seven decades ago and has since evolved into a cornucopia of news and entertainment programming with legions of fans across the region.
Check out all of the events happening on campus April 12, 2014 as a part of the Open House.
The “100 @ 100: Research for Our Next Century” segments are broadcast at 8:59 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays as a way to introduce listeners to UTEP’s international cast of faculty researchers.
The UTEP Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens present the 2014 FloraFEST – Native Plant Sale Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27, at theMuseum.
Today KTEP 88.5 FM began a yearlong series about research at UTEP called “100 at 100: Research for Our Next Century.” The KTEP website describes the series as follows: As part of the celebration of the 100th year birthday of
Guest host Norma Martinez talks with Maribel Villalva, director of the Centennial Museum on the UTEP campus, about the current exhibits at the museum which commemorate the UTEP Centennial. The latest rotating exhibit, “Miner Strong,” pays tribute to a century
Classical music, Jazz and Fine Arts are the focus of UTEP’s radio station KTEP 88.5 FM. Federal funding supports the station in its mission to provide a program schedule for a specific demographic that is “difficult to reach through traditional