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UTPA hosts presentation on Mexican census
The University of Texas-Pan American Mexican Business Information Center will host a presentation on Mexico’s Census 2000 by Julian Quiroga, regional director for INEGI (Instituto Nacional de Estadistica, Geographia e Informatica), Sept. 27, at 2 p.m. at the International Trade and Technology Building.


Performing Artist Muhtadia Rice to Visit UTPA Campus
Edinburg- The University of Texas-Pan American welcomes Muhtadia Rice who will present a drama on campus Saturday, October 7th. Ms. Rice adds to her achievements the creation of the highly acclaimed original theatrical music drama, “A Woman And Her Words.” She has received rave reviews as a playwright, singer and actress.


Valley High School Students Prepare For a Mini Race Car Test Drive
EDINBURG – Several high school students across the Rio Grande Valley are anxiously anticipating the test drive of two newly built go-carts.


Sep '00
20
Houston Endowment provides $750,000 to Premed Honors College
The Houston Endowment has awarded $750,000 to The University of Texas-Pan American for its cooperative Premedical Honors College program with the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.


Spring Break has significant impact on South Padre, UTPA survey shows
Spring Break has more than a $200 million impact on the growth and popularity of South Padre Island, according to a new study by The University of Texas-Pan American.


Career Placement Services hosts job expo
Students interested in career opportunities and internships ranging from law enforcement, sales and the military attended a job expo Sept. 19 sponsored by The University of Texas-Pan American Career Placement Services.

Sep '00
15
Twelve students receive AEP-CPL scholarships
Cecilia Escobedo and 11 other students at The University of Texas-Pan American received scholarships from AEP-Central Power and Light Company (AEP-CPL).


15 named Notable Valley Hispanics
The University of Texas-Pan American Friends of the Library will recognize 15 Rio Grande Valley leaders as "Notable Valley Hispanics" in a special ceremony Sunday, Oct. 1.


Sep '00
14
Program makes positive impact on Las Milpas, UTPA study shows
The educational intervention programs provided by Su Casa de Esperanza have a positive effect on Las Milpas colonia residents and their families, according to a recent technical research report by The University of Texas-Pan American.


Sep '00
12
Gallery opening new exhibit
The University of Texas-Pan American University Gallery will open a new art exhibition, “Divine Humility, Jesus Icons in Contemporary Mexico at the Millennium,” from Sept. 15 to Oct. 27.


Gallery opening new exhibit
The University of Texas-Pan American University Gallery will open a new art exhibition, “Divine Humility, Jesus Icons in Contemporary Mexico at the Millennium,” from Sept. 15 to Oct. 27.


Gallery opening new exhibit
The University of Texas-Pan American University Gallery will open a new art exhibition, “Divine Humility, Jesus Icons in Contemporary Mexico at the Millennium,” from Sept. 15 to Oct. 27.


Sep '00
11
UTPA professor attending national higher education conference
Dr. William W. Thompson, marketing professor at The University of Texas-Pan American, will participate in a conference this month to discuss practices and policies for strengthening higher education efforts to meet future global market demands.


New York theatre trip deadline Nov. 1
The deadline to register for the annual New York theatre trip, sponsored by The University of Texas-Pan American University Theatre, is Nov. 1.


Sep '00
8
UTPA Rehabilitative Services Program awards 10 scholarships
Ten undergraduate students at The University of Texas-Pan American recently were awarded scholarships through the Rehabilitative Services Program.


Valley nearly split between Gore and Bush, UTPA survey shows
With the 2000 presidential elections less than two months away, the Rio Grande Valley is essentially split between Democratic nominee Al Gore and Republican candidate George W. Bush, according to a recent survey by The University of Texas-Pan American.