The Rio Grande Valley and South Texas are showing tremendous growth, and with that growth comes challenges, members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) heard Thursday during its first-ever visit to the region.
The South Texas-Mexico border region is experiencing tremendous opportunities and tremendous challenges, a top administrator at The University of Texas-Pan American said Thursday during the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s (CHCI) first-ever visit to the region.
Dr. Michelle Young, executive director of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA), will lecture on educational leadership preparation Feb. 28 at 6 p.m. at The University of Texas-Pan American Student Union Theater.
More than 400 high school and college students filled The University of Texas-Pan American Student Union Theater Wednesday to hear national Hispanic leaders and learn about internships, fellowships and scholarships with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI).
The University of Texas-Pan American will host the first-ever South Texas visit by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), a group comprised of Hispanic members of Congress and corporate leaders dedicated to providing educational programs for Hispanic college and postgraduate students.
Dr. Leonel Vela, dean of the Regional Academic Health Center (RAHC), will be the keynote speaker at the annual International Conference on Health Issues, March 8 at The University of Texas-Pan American.
Over the next few weeks, randomly selected first-year and senior students at The University of Texas-Pan American, as well as students from more than 300 other colleges and universities across the nation, can share their views on what they have to say about their educational experience.
In an effort to promote the health and fitness of senior citizens in the Rio Grande Valley and statewide, The University of Texas-Pan American, The Texas-Mexico Border Health Coordination Office and the Edinburg Mayor and City Council are hosting the Rio Grande Valley Border Senior Games March 10-12.
The University of Texas System Texas-Mexico Border Health Coordination Office (TMBHCO), with representatives from the Texas Department of Health, End of the Road Ministries-Harlingen and Ozanam-Brownsville, announced the start of an ultraviolet tuberculosis research study Feb. 14 in Harlingen.
Auditions for The University of Texas-Pan American University Theatre production of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” are 7 p.m. Feb. 26-27 in the Studio Theatre of the Communication Arts and Science Building.
Dr. John T. Emery, a professor at the Louisiana Tech University College of Administration and Business, has been named the new dean for the College of Business Administration at The University of Texas-Pan American.
Dr. Patti Lather of Ohio State University, a professor in educational policy and leadership and women’s studies, lectures Feb. 1 at The University of Texas-Pan American Student Union Theater. Sponsored by the UTPA Educational Leadership Doctoral Program and the Hispanic Border Leadership Institute's Enlace Educativo Speaker Series, Lather discussed “The Possibilities of Paradigm Proliferation in Educational Research.”
The University of Texas-Pan American will be in the national spotlight in October 2002 when it serves as academic host to one of the most prestigious engineering conferences, the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Conference (HENAAC).