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Mar '01
30
Library gets book donation from Mexico
The University Of Texas-Pan American Library received a donation Friday, March 30 of 100 books from The Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The books contain cultural and historical information on Mexico.


Mar '01
29
H.E.B. donates $50,000 for viability study on proposed retail center
To study the feasibility of a center for retailing excellence, H.E.B. provided a $50,000 contribution Thursday to The University of Texas-Pan American College of Business Administration.


Mar '01
28
UTPA hosts "Tamaulipas en Texas" festival
The University of Texas-Pan American hosted the opening of the Tamaulipas en Texas cultural festival Monday, March 26 at the Student Union Theatre.


UTPA teacher job expo April 5 offers career opportunities
The University of Texas-Pan American Career Placement Services will host the spring 2001 Teacher Job Expo Thursday, April 5 from 2-7 p.m. at the UTPA Fieldhouse.


Mar '01
23
Text of "A Guide to Texas Programs" Online
Text of "A Guide to Texas Programs" Online


Clark Gallery hosting student exhibit
The University of Texas-Pan American Clark Gallery will host “Mexican-American Dichos, Proverbs Interpreted Through Art,” an exhibit by UTPA Master of Fine Arts candidate Jennifer Michele Rodriguez, from March 26 to April 12.


Mar '01
22
Sec. of State Cuellar unveils UTPA publication
The challenge was posed and The University of Texas-Pan American was the only Texas university to respond to requests by Secretary of State Henry Cuellar, Ph.D., to create a publication on state funding and technical assistance programs available to border cities and small communities.


Mar '01
21
Texas Tomorrow Fund presentation April 10
A representative of the Texas Tomorrow Fund, a state-sponsored prepaid college tuition program, will discuss the endeavor April 10 at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Saavedra discusses honors program at April 4 Faculty Forum
Dr. Dora Saavedra, director of the Honors Studies Program at The University of Texas-Pan American, will be the speaker at the UTPA Alumni Association Faculty Forum, April 4 at noon at The Tower Club in McAllen.


Mar '01
19
Luncheon honors top Angel Investor recruiters
The University of Texas-Pan American Division of External Affairs held an awards luncheon March 19 to honor the top recruiters to the Angel Investor scholarship fund.


Mar '01
16
“Internet Road Show” to assist rural communities visits UTPA
Demonstrating the advantages of high-speed Internet access for families, businesses and communities in rural parts of Texas, the Internet Road Show made a stop Friday at The University of Texas-Pan American.


UTPA hosting administrative professionals seminar April 24
To help office managers, secretaries and other administrative professionals in today’s changing workforce, The University of Texas-Pan American will host a seminar April 24.


Mar '01
15
Addington family donates for UTPA music scholarship
The University of Texas-Pan American recently received a $25,000 donation from the Addington family for the new Stanley A. and Anne R. Addington music scholarship.


Mar '01
14
Three Dog Night concert April 20 part of Pan Am Classic
The Rio Grande Valley will be rockin’ April 20 as Three Dog Night performs its greatest hits and new releases to benefit The University of Texas-Pan American.


A million dollars awaits hole-in-one winners at golf shootout
How would you like to win a million dollars hitting a golf ball? Then sign up for the Blockbuster Million Dollar Cash Shootout, Saturday, April 21 at 3:30 p.m. during The University of Texas-Pan American Pan Am Classic golf tournament at the Los Lagos Golf Club in Edinburg.


Mar '01
8
Deadline nears for UTPA Health Careers Opportunity Program
High school seniors planning to major in the health or allied health fields are encouraged to participate in the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Ford representatives discuss career, internship opportunities
To make students aware of internship and career opportunities available during the summer, Ford Motor Company conducted a recruitment session Thursday, March 8 at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Health economics, issues addressed at UTPA health conference
The Regional Academic Health Center (RAHC) will have a profound impact on South Texas and Mexico, according to Dr. Leonel Vela, RAHC dean and keynote speaker of the March 8 International Conference on Health Issues at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Mar '01
7
Most Hidalgo County homeowners have computers, widespread Internet access, UTPA survey finds
Nearly half of Hidalgo County households have a home computer and more than 75 percent of those home computer owners are connected to the Internet, according to a recent survey by the Center for Survey Research at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Mar '01
6
UTPA hosts NEA workshop March 19
The National Endowment for the Arts, in cooperation with The University of Texas-Pan American University Theatre and the Southwest Border Nonprofit Resource Center, will present a workshop March 19 on the NEA's new Challenge American Fast Track grant category.


28th annual Career Fair draws large turnout of students, employers
Students seeking internships or professional employment met with approximately 110 businesses, government agencies and school districts Tuesday, March 6 at the 28th annual Career Day at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Philanthropist Jeffers donates largest single gift ever to UTPA
Philanthropist Albert L. Jeffers announced Tuesday, March 6 that he will contribute a $2.6 million unitrust to The University of Texas-Pan American – the largest single planned gift by an individual donated to the University.


Mar '01
2
UTPA joins University Council for Educational Administration
The University of Texas-Pan American Educational Leadership Doctoral Program received a tremendous boost Thursday, March 1 by joining the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) through The University of Texas at Austin.


Mar '01
1
Shell donates $5,000 to Prefreshman Engineering Program
Shell Exploration and Production Company contributed $5,000 to The University of Texas-Pan American recently for its Prefreshman Engineering Program, which is designed to promote student interest in science, engineering and mathematics.