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Jul '02
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Photography exhibit on display at Library
“Indivisible: Proyecto Azteca,” is currently on display at The University of Texas-Pan American Library’s main lobby through Sept. 15.


Jul '02
29
Shell contributes to Tex-PREP effort
Shell recently contributed $5,000 toward the UTPA Prefreshman Engineering Program (Tex-PREP), which is designed to promote student interest in science, engineering and mathematics.


Jul '02
24
UT System LSAMP director visits program students, faculty
The University of Texas-Pan American is doing its part to increase the number of minority students entering the fields of science, mathematics, engineering and technology through The University of Texas System Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program.


Jul '02
22
Alumni Association hosts special event at Aug. 18 baseball game
The University of Texas-Pan American Alumni Association is pleased to announce "UTPA Alumni Day at the Roadrunners!"


Jul '02
19
Nominations now accepted for fall distinguished alumni banquet
Nominations are now being accepted for the Distinguished Alumni Awards Banquet set for Nov. 19.


International students learn about web design at UTPA
International students learned about web design recently at UTPA.


UTPA looking to expand academic offerings in Starr County
As the premier higher education institution for South Texas, The University of Texas-Pan American is committed to making its academic programs and community services more accessible. And, the University is taking a major step in that direction by expanding its involvement in Starr County.


Jul '02
17
Lady Bronc golfer Infante receives Ann LaMantia Scholarship
Christina Infante, a Lady Bronc golfer at The University of Texas-Pan American, was the recent recipient of the Anheuser-Busch/Ann LaMantia Endowed Scholarship for fall 2002.


Nominations now accepted for Notable Valley Hispanics exhibit
The University of Texas-Pan American Library is accepting nominations through Sept. 1 for the eighth annual “Notable Valley Hispanics” exhibit, which will coincide with National Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.


Jul '02
16
Science teachers participate in UTPA environmental program
Science teachers from across the Rio Grande Valley participated recently in the Teaching Environmental Sciences program at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Jul '02
12
UTPA hosts migration forum on national and international issues
Dual citizenship, allowing immigrants to vote, legalization of certain immigrants, and guaranteed rights are among points being considered for inclusion in a document being worked on by world-renowned experts who met Friday, July 12 at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Jul '02
10
College of Education prepares students for technology in the classroom
Through the use of technology and videoconferencing equipment, 22 College of Education students took part in the distance education course of Instructional Technology (Planning) and Curriculum Development offered by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction (CI) during the first summer session.


Masquerade Ball to benefit women’s athletics at UTPA
Plans are underway for a grand masquerade ball to benefit women’s athletics at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Jul '02
9
UTPA engineering students shine at SAE Mini Baja 2002 competition
Engineering students from The University of Texas-Pan American recently participated in the 2002 Midwest Mini Baja competition in Milwaukee, finishing 22nd overall.


Jul '02
2
Project Alianza hosts quarterly meeting at University
Project Alianza, funded by the Kellogg Foundation, is a binational effort between United States and Mexico institutions of higher education that enables more than 200 teachers to become leaders in bilingual/bicultural settings.