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Industrial Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE) at UTEP
 
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At The University of Texas at El Paso, (UTEP), the Department of Industrial, Manufacturing and Systems Engineering (IMSE) includes both the Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Industrial Engineering, a Master of Science degree in Manufacturing Engineering, and a Master of Science degree in Systems Engineering. We also participate in multidisciplinary PhD programs in Environmental Science and Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Material Science and Engineering with concentrations in Manufacturing and Industrial & Systems Engineering. The IMSE is directed not only toward better educational experiences, but also towards being more responsive, adaptive and flexible to the student’s needs of El Paso - Cd. Juarez region.
The English Language Institute (ELI) at UTEP: Ready to Make Your Experience a Remarkable One
 
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The English Language Institute (ELI) offers an excellent, English as a second language program for students from all over the world. ELI is specifically designed to help learners gain functional command of English in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. We provide a quality, intensive program for non-native speakers that meets the learning needs of our diverse student population. Our teachers and staff are ready to make your experience a remarkable one.
We Are Academic Technologies @ UTEP
 
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On June 10, 2015, Creative Studios in Academic Technologies (AT) at The University of Texas at El Paso, was presented with a Center of Excellence Award by the New Media Consortium. This is the video shown at the awards ceremony, and provides an overview of the work produced by Creative Studios.
The Cleric's Craft Conference 2015: Crossroads of Medieval Spanish Literature and Modern Critique
 
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The thirteenth century was a dynamic time in the Iberian Peninsula, as political and cultural changes were occurring throughout the realms that occupied what is now Spain and Portugal. Much of the literature of this period was learned in nature and composed by clerics, and although the works were read and studied individually from the time of composition, they did not see collective examination until the nineteenth century. It was in 1865 that the Spanish scholar Manuel Milà i Fontanals used the term “mester de clerecía” (the cleric’s craft) for the first time to refer to this learned literary production. The study of the mester de clerecía is now 150 years old, and an international conference entitled “The Cleric’s Craft: Crossroads of Medieval Spanish Literature and Modern Critique” will be convened in 2015 to mark this important milestone, to reassess this literature and its study, as well as to chart new directions for the field.
Tales from the Chihuahuan Desert: A NEH Summer Institute at The University of Texas at El Paso
 
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Tales from the Chihuahuan Desert: Borderlands Narratives about Identity and Binationalism, a Summer Institute for Secondary School Teachers (Grades 6-12), is sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and offered by The University of Texas at El Paso. Borderland narratives have historically been seen as peripheral to the development of American history and identity. In middle and high-school textbooks across the country, borderland populations have received minimal attention. The binational spaces border people occupy have been portrayed as dangerous, illegitimate, and as part of a distinct counter-culture. This Summer Institute aims to place these forgotten regions and their populations at the center of the debate about American history and identity by focusing on the multicultural region and narratives of the El Paso-Ciudad Juárez metroplex. Over the course of the two-week long Institute, Summer Scholars will be asked to become skilled storytellers through the use of a variety of methodologies that include history, literature, art, film, journalism, music, and theater. For more information, please visit: http://borderlandsnarratives.utep.edu
Student 3 Minute In-Class Oral Presentation as a Catalyst for Learning with Dr. Giulio Francia
 
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Dr. Giulio Francia, Assistant Professor in Biological Science at The University of Texas at El Paso, utilizes a 3 minute, in-class, oral presentation teaching strategy. This strategy encourages the synthesis of complex information and asks students to demonstrate their understanding in concise, articulate, meaningful presentations. To learn more about Dr. Francia, please visit http://science.utep.edu/biology
Experience IMSE at UTEP
 
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The Department of Industrial, Manufacturing, and Systems Engineering (IMSE) at UTEP strives to graduate industrial, manufacturing, and systems engineers of the highest quality and to conduct state-of-the-art research for the end-to-end enterprise.
The University of Texas at El Paso: Department of History
 
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The UTEP Department of History offers degrees at the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels, and our students enjoy many opportunities for research and travel. Our faculty members are committed teachers and scholars, with substantial records of publication and national and international reputations. The faculty's particular areas of strength are the U.S.-Mexico border region and Latin America. We invite you to learn more and to contact us with any questions you might have: http://academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?alias=academics.utep.edu/history El Departamento de Historia ofrecemos grados de licenciatura, maestría y doctorado, y nuestros estudiantes disfrutan de muchas oportunidades de investigación y de viajes académicos. Nuestros profesores son reconocidos en la enseñanza y en investigación, quienes tienen un extenso número de publicaciones y poseen prestigio nacional e internacional. Las especialidades con más fortalezas de los profesores son la región fronteriza de los Estados Unidos de América y México, y Latinoamérica. Te invitamos a explorar y a contactarnos con cualquiera de las preguntas que tú pudieras tener: http://academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?alias=academics.utep.edu/history
Making History at UTEP
 
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The UTEP Department of History offers degrees at the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels, and our students enjoy many opportunities for research and travel. Our faculty members are committed teachers and scholars, with substantial records of publication and national and international reputations. The faculty's particular areas of strength are the U.S.-Mexico border region and Latin America. We invite you to learn more and to contact us with any questions you might have: http://academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?alias=academics.utep.edu/history El Departamento de Historia ofrecemos grados de licenciatura, maestría y doctorado, y nuestros estudiantes disfrutan de muchas oportunidades de investigación y de viajes académicos. Nuestros profesores son reconocidos en la enseñanza y en investigación, quienes tienen un extenso número de publicaciones y poseen prestigio nacional e internacional. Las especialidades con más fortalezas de los profesores son la región fronteriza de los Estados Unidos de América y México, y Latinoamérica. Te invitamos a explorar y a contactarnos con cualquiera de las preguntas que tú pudieras tener: http://academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?alias=academics.utep.edu/history
Academic Technologies UAV Project with Geological Sciences
 
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Academic Technologies and Geological Sciences at UTEP are in a partnership to create, design, implement, test and use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV’s) to aid in the field research conducted by faculty. This is a technology system that will be capable of incorporating sensors and algorithms to improve resolution of data, conduct surveys of the field, and acquire digital imaging and mapping to explore a pre-determined area for geoscience exploration and applications.
UTEP Department of Chemistry: Photoreactive Peptide Research (February 2016)
 
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This project, entitled “Laser-induced photochemistry for micro-channels in tissue engineering,” was funded through the Interdisciplinary Research (IDR) Enhancement Program by the University of Texas at El Paso Office of the Provost and the Office of Research & Sponsored Projects. The grant was conferred to Drs. Katja Michael (Chemistry), Chunqiang Li (Physics), and Thomas Boland (Bioengineering). Video was produced by Creative Studios @ The University of Texas at El Paso.
Emerald Abyss: Nine Years of Research in the Congo with Dr. Eli Greenbaum
 
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When it comes to research at The University of Texas at El Paso, it’s not something that just happens in the classrooms or campus laboratories. UTEP research is happening all over the globe. Since 2007, UTEP’s own Eli Greenbaum, Ph.D., a noted herpetologist and associate professor of evolutionary genetics, has been traveling to the rainforests of the Democratic Republic of Congo to search for – and find – new species of reptiles and amphibians.
Hasta La Vista: Substance Abuse, HIV, and Hep C Prevention
 
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The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) a Minority Serving Institution (MSI) and two Community Based Organizations (CBO) are partnering for implementing an integrated program to prevent substance abuse (SA), HIV, and Hepatitis-C Virus (HCV) among minority young adults in El Paso. The “Hasta la Vista, Substance Abuse, HIV, and HCV” project aims to achieve normative and contextual changes among youth (18-24 years) who are students at UTEP, a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), and among youth served by Aliviane Inc., and the Empowerment Center, minority community-based organizations (MCBOs). By using a peer–driven and community-driven approach, the project aims to prevent and/or reduce SA, HIV, and HCV among minority young adults.
UTEP Department of Chemistry: Bisphenol A Removal with ACA Beads (April 2017)
 
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Bisphenol A (BPA for short) is an organic compound used in the making of many plastics and is found in a multitude of products including food and beverage packaging, flame retardants, adhesives, building materials, electronic components, and paper coatings. Our research focuses on the removal of Bisphenol A from water. how the ACA beads effectively removes BPA is by sampling a solution treated with beads over time and analyzing samples at differing concentrations of BPA by use of Gas Chromatography and mass spectrometry, which basically tells us the concentration in the sample. Research conducted by Dr. Wen Yee Lee’s Environmental Chemistry Lab at UTEP. Our research analyzes, characterize analyze and develop treatments for environmental pollutants and endocrine disruptive compounds. Video produced by Creative Studios @ The University of Texas at El Paso.
A Brief History of the School of Nursing
 
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The Creative Studios at UTEP's Academic Technologies department created this video in collaboration with Dr. Dayle Sharp, of the School of Nursing. It is a part of a larger project, which offers nursing preceptors the opportunity to train online.
The 2016 UTEP Quality Enhancement Plan
 
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Learn more at utep.edu/engage
"Genius Hour" Teaching Strategy with Dr. Nicole Mirra
 
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As part of its business model, Google encourages its developers to spend 20% of their work time engaged in passion projects of their own choosing. The idea is that when creative people are given the opportunity to play and explore what interests them, they will develop innovative ideas and achieve a level of personal and professional fulfillment that will ultimately benefit everyone – the employees and the company. This practice helped inspire the idea for "Genius Hour," which is an educational model being used in classrooms across the country. If interest-driven learning, problem solving, and creativity works for Google, why can’t it work for our public education system? Instead of always telling students what to do, why not see what happens when direct their own learning? Dr. Nicole Mirra, from The University of Texas at El Paso, shares this teaching strategy as used in her English Education, New and Multimodal Literacies class.
R U OK Day at UTEP
 
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Life at UTEP can be exciting: making new friends, living away from home, taking great classes, and discovering who you are on your own and what you want to accomplish in life. But college life can sometimes be stressful. Every student experiences concerns and stressors during their college years. The good news is that UTEP has resources to help during these times. Knowing what these resources are now can help you be better prepared to help yourself or to help a friend later.
Blackboard Retention Center at UTEP
 
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For more information, please click the link below: https://en-us.help.blackboard.com/Learn/9.1_Older_Versions/9.1_2014_and_2015/Instructor/130_Student_Performance/010_Retention_Center
Smithsonian Latino Center- UTEP Partnership
 
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Exploring the Relationship between Culture and the Environment and the Sustainability of Both The Smithsonian Latino Center (SLC) in collaboration with the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) on the Smithsonian Latino Virtual Museum’s (LVM) watershed project Mi Tierra, Mi Mundo/ My Land, My World presents a series of educational tools and distance learning programs. This Eco-Explorer series is a 21st Century approach to environmental education leveraging innovative, engaging instructional methods that use a combination of real world and virtual world experiences for use in formal and informal immersive education programs.
Music Library Database Tutorial
 
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The Department of Music at UTEP offers outstanding undergraduate degrees in Music Education, Performance, Theory/Composition and Commercial Music. We provide academic programs and performance opportunities of the highest quality, producing outstanding musicians entering careers in music education, industry or performance who can exceed expectations in a challenging and changing environment. This database is provided as a search tool for faculty and students to determine availability in the music library collection. Note that the library collection also has recordings of performances done in the Recital Hall by The Department of Music’s faculty and students.
The MENTE Project at The University of Texas at El Paso
 
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The MENTE Project came about from a history, teaching, and a need. The founding organizer of the Migrant Education Network for Tradition in Excellence, Dr. Reynaldo Reyes, saw this as an opportunity to honor his mother’s and grandfather’s history as workers in agriculture, on farms, and having participated in migrant education programs. And honoring them was a way to honor the lives and sacrifices of the many other migrant and farmworker families and communities that have helped build and maintain our farming and food industry. To learn more, please visit: http://mente.utep.edu
100,000 Strong in the Americas: CETYS & UTEP Engineering Together Sustainable Communities
 
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“Engineering-Together Sustainable Communities” is a study abroad program that provides students with the challenge of connecting their engineering skills with the societal needs and limitations of the community directly impacted by their designs.
Day of the Dead: A Cultural Festival Blending Tradition with Technology
 
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The Smithsonian Latino Center (SLC) in partnership with the University of Texas at El Paso’s (UTEP) Department of Academic Technologies (AT) produces and hosts an annual Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos in Second Life, an avatar based virtual world, using the Smithsonian Latino Virtual Museum (LVM) digital collections illustrating customs and beliefs varying from ancient Mesoamerica to those currently practiced in today’s Latino culture.
"Emerald Abyss: Nine Years of Research in the Congo"
 
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When it comes to research at The University of Texas at El Paso, it’s not something that just happens in the classrooms or campus laboratories. UTEP research is happening all over the globe. Since 2007, UTEP’s own Eli Greenbaum, Ph.D., a noted herpetologist and associate professor of evolutionary genetics, has been traveling to the rainforests of the Democratic Republic of Congo to search for – and find – new species of reptiles and amphibians. The Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens presents the exhibit “Emerald Abyss: Nine Years of Research in the Congo,” based on Greenbaum’s important, and sometimes dangerous, research. Join us for the opening reception of “Emerald Abyss: Nine Years of Research in the Congo,” at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11. Opening remarks will begin at 6 p.m. Opening Reception – Make Plans What: Opening reception for the exhibit “Emerald Abyss: Nine Years of Research in the Congo.” When: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11. Remarks at 6 p.m. Exhibit Dates: The exhibit will be on display through April 30. Where: Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens at UTEP, corner of University Avenue and Wiggins Road. Museum Hours: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Information: 915-747-5565 or museum.utep.edu. SAVE THE DATES (All events are free and open to the public) • Saturday, Feb. 13, 2 to 4 p.m. – “Frogs We Have Known,” a fun afternoon of stories, art and performances featuring famous frogs. • Thursday, March 17, 5:30 p.m. – UTEP’s Eli Greenbaum, Ph.D., presents the lecture “Emerald Abyss: Nine Years of Research in the Congo.” • Saturday, April 16, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. – “Frog Fiesta,” featuring jumping contests, games, “Frogs of the Desert” lecture with Rick LoBello, El Paso Zoo Education Curator. • Saturday, April 30, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. – “Save the Frogs Day,” featuring a drumming event with drums from around the world, film screenings and coloring activities. Exhibit Closes.
The UTEP 2016 State Employees Charitable Campaign
 
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The State Employee Charitable Campaign is the only statutorily authorized workplace campaign for state agency and higher education employees throughout Texas. In 2015, the SECC marked its 22nd year, raising money for charitable organizations throughout the state, nation and world; the 2015 UTEP campaign raised $105,442.49 as part of the $206,000 total coming from El Paso. This year UTEP's SECC goal is to raise at least $110,000. The annual workplace giving campaign provides easy, effective, and cost-efficient ways for you to give to your favorite charity. The SECC coordinator for your area, department, or office will serve as your contact point for questions about your donation. SECC contributions support a variety of vital health and human services that improve the quality of life in our community. You can access the online donation form at http://seccgiving.utep.edu/. Please be generous with your gift. Thank you, UTEP's 2016 SECC Committee Vincent Burke, College of Liberal Arts, S.E.C.C. Committee Chair Stephanie Walton, Professional and Public Programs, S.E.C.C. Committee Vice Chair Nicole Aguilar, Student Life Programs Dan Clouse, Business Affairs Claudia Cornejo, Extended University Jenna Lujan, Center for Civic Engagement Chris Mandell, Space Information Resources Andrea Martinez, Facilities Services Lily Oaxaca, Professional and Public Programs Chris Park, Athletics Judy Parra, Extended University Daniel Perez, University Communications Andrea Reveles, Payroll Steve Varela, Academic Technologies