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UTPA Nursing Honor Society chartered as official international chapter of Sigma Theta Tau
More than 100 nurse leaders from The University of Texas-Pan American will be inducted into the charter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nurses April 6 as the UTPA Nursing Honor Society becomes officially chartered.


CPS hosts annual Teacher Job Fair April 6
Representatives from school districts throughout the state will gather for The University of Texas-Pan American’s annual Teacher Job Fair from 2 to 7 p.m. April 6 in the UTPA Fieldhouse.


Spanish poet Ángel González to present his works
Spanish poet Ángel González will present a variety of his works April 12 at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Mar '00
24
UTPA pre-law program begins new "legal reasoning" curriculum
Proper planning and training are crucial for acceptance into an accredited law school. And to help future law students, The University of Texas-Pan American has initiated a curriculum track leading to a certificate in "legal reasoning."


Mar '00
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UTPA investigates effect of spring break on South Padre Island
For most students, spring break is a time to relax, enjoy the sunshine and hang out with friends. But two professors and some students at The University of Texas-Pan American are using the time to study the impact of spring-breakers on South Padre Island.


Mar '00
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UTPA Library undergoing numerous renovations to increase collections, enhance patron services
Physical expansion of The University of Texas-Pan American Library may be complete, but the renovation inside is just beginning.


UTPA drawing quality high school students with Advanced Placement, concurrent enrollment, University Scholars programs
Carmen Rincon and her brother, Hugo, may be just two of 11,500 students at The University of Texas-Pan American. But they represent a growing trend of students nationwide who are getting a headstart on college before graduating high school.


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27th annual Career Day attracts crowd of students, recruiters
Students seeking internships or professional employment met with about 110 businesses, government agencies and school districts Tuesday at the 27th annual Career Day at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Mar '00
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UT Pan American History Professor writes history of Stockholm, Texas
Dr. David E. Vassberg, who taught history at The University of Texas-Pan American for 28 years, is writing the history of Stockholm, Texas - a Swedish colony that no longer exists.