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Jun '00
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Dr. Avraham Shama named dean of College of Business Administration
Dr. Avraham Shama, a professor of management at the University of New Mexico, has been named the new dean of the College of Business Administration at The University of Texas-Pan American.


UT Pan American receives safety award from National Safety Council
The University of Texas-Pan American recently received an award from the National Safety Council for its safety program.


Jun '00
21
UTPA Funders' Forum proves successful
More than 100 state and national foundation representatives gathered Friday, June 16 at The University of Texas-Pan American Annex for the third annual Funders’ Forum.


Jun '00
20
UTPA fourth in nursing bachelor's degrees awarded to Hispanics
The University of Texas-Pan American ranks fourth nationally in granting nursing degrees to Hispanics.


Jun '00
14
Valley students take part in UTPA Tex-PREP program
From water balloon catapults to building and designing a peddled go-cart, Valley students are learning there is more to science than just textbooks this summer at The University of Texas-Pan American.


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UTPA Southwest Border Nonprofit Resource Center hosts third annual Funder's Forum
The University of Texas-Pan American Southwest Border Nonprofit Resource Center is presenting the third annual Funders’ Forum Friday, June 16 at the UTPA Annex, 2412 S. Closner.


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UTPA largest benefactor from South Texas/Hispanic Scholarship Fund
The University of Texas-Pan American has been awarded $245,000 by the South Texas/Hispanic Scholarship Fund - the most funding provided to any U.S. university by the program and more than a third of the $715,000 total allocated to the South Texas region.


UTPA awarded prestigious Department of Energy grant
The University of Texas-Pan American is one of six universities awarded research funds by the U.S. Department of Energy to help students and professors pursue fossil energy projects.


Jun '00
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Edinburg school teachers get back to the basics of physics at UTPA
Science teacher Antonio Ballesteros of Edinburg North High School will get a dose of his own medicine this summer.


Mason selected for first TSB internship
Marsha Mason of McAllen, a junior in the College of Business Administration at The University of Texas-Pan American, has been selected for the first Texas Regional Bancshares, Inc. Scholarship and Internship administered by Texas State Bank’s Trust Department.