For October, the Centennial Office has partnered with the UTEP Student Alumni Association to present the “Haunted UTEP” Walking Tour and Haunted House.
Centennial Plaza construction continues, a new campus tour of public art.
MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release Media Contact: Maribel Villalva, 747-6669 Centennial Tour Series Highlights Public Art on Campus in February (Jan. 24, 2014) The Centennial Tour Series was created to showcase UTEP’s rich history and beautiful campus throughout the
The architecture tour is the first in a yearlong series of new, themed walking tours of campus offering the public an intimate look at different segments of the University.
Nearly all of the university's 97 buildings are characterized by high inward sloping walls and flared rooftops, which resemble the structures throughout Bhutan's rugged mountain terrain.
Dr. Stacy Schultz trains #UTEP tour guides #UTEP100years pic.twitter.com/gpmy7Zcjmc — Keith Erekson (@KeithAErekson) January 11, 2014 During the fall semester, Dr. Stacy Schultz and the students in her art history course set out to uncover the stories behind the works
From our friends in the Student Alumni Association . . . something scary to do on Day 68 of the Countdown. UTEP’s Haunted Campus – Asylum Breakout Tours and Haunted House Brought to you by The UTEP Student Alumni Association
Today we launched the new Centennial Tour Series with a once-in-a-lifetime, behind-the-scenes tour of UTEP athletics facilities led by Athletics Director Bob Stull, who shared personal stories and fascinating insights into the facilities and teamwork that support UTEP’s student athletes.
Today is Day 86 in the Countdown to UTEP’s Centennial Year. The Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens will play a prominent role in UTEP’s upcoming Centennial Celebration. In this role, the Museum will be the central location for the UTEP community