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Dec '04
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UTPA Substitute Teacher Certification Course enters 12th year
The Substitute Teacher Certificate Course at The University of Texas-Pan American will be entering its 12th year in 2005 with its first class of the year on Jan. 6 and 8.


Dec '04
18
UTPA graduates awarded degrees in fall ceremonies
Students at The University of Texas-Pan American reached a major milestone in their lives when they were awarded their bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees Saturday, Dec. 18 at the UTPA Fieldhouse in four separate commencement ceremonies.


Dec '04
17
UTPA State Employee Charitable Campaign garners awards
The University of Texas-Pan American was awarded two recognitions Friday, Nov. 19 by the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC). UTPA won both the Service Award, given to the University for “Continuous Commitment for the Success” of the SECC since 1993 and the “Higher Education Shining Star” trophy for the greatest increase from last year in contributions by a Rio Grande Valley higher education institution, including South Texas College, The University of Texas at Brownsville-Texas Southmost College, and Texas State Technical College.


Dec '04
13
Three UTPA students presented Fogarty Paper awards
Three UTPA students presented Fogarty Paper awards


Dec '04
10
Spring 2005 registration underway at UTPA
Start the new year off on the right foot by registering for spring 2005 classes at The University of Texas-Pan American by Jan. 5 to avoid late fees.


Dec '04
9
UTPA commencement ceremonies set for Dec. 18
The University of Texas-Pan American is expecting approximately 1,610 prospective graduates to participate in the four fall commencement ceremonies Saturday, Dec. 18 at the UTPA Fieldhouse.


UTPA and VIDA partner to help students pursue nursing degrees
UTPA and VIDA partner to help students pursue nursing degrees


Dec '04
8
Linguistics journal will make its home at UTPA
The College of Arts and Humanities at The University of Texas-Pan American will soon house the “Southwest Journal of Linguistics” beginning fall 2005.


Dec '04
7
Investiture installs Cárdenas as seventh UTPA president
On Friday, Dec. 3, a cool rain failed to dampen the warm spirit at the historic investiture of Dr. Blandina Cárdenas as the seventh president of The University of Texas-Pan American.


Top Valley graduates choose to attend UTPA
With a world of possibilities and educational offers open to them, 28 valedictorians and salutatorians chose to attend The University of Texas-Pan American this fall. Twenty-two of those students graduated from local Rio Grande Valley high schools.


Dec '04
3
UTPA engineering students take first place at national competition
A team of three female engineering students at The University of Texas-Pan American recently won first place at the 2004 Student Manufacturing Design Competition sponsored by the Manufacturing Division of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).


UTPA engineering program wins honorable mention in national competition
Two engineering faculty members from The University of Texas-Pan American were part of a six-person team who received an honorable mention award Nov. 16 for The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Curriculum Innovation Awards.


UTPA President's Alumni Ball celebrates investiture
More than 300 people attended the UT Pan American President's Alumni Ball Dec. 2 at the UTPA Fieldhouse. The evening featured music by Orquesta Universal, food, dancing and an auction. The event was one of many held throughout the week as part of the Presidential Investiture.


UTPA president honored with music and dance
To celebrate the Presidential Investiture of Dr. Blandina Cárdenas as the seventh president of The University of Texas-Pan American, a concert titled "From Mariachi to Mozart" was held Dec. 1 at the UTPA Fine Arts Auditorium.


UTPA students welcome Cárdenas at investiture luncheon Dec. 1
Close to 125 student leaders at The University of Texas-Pan American attended a luncheon Dec. 1 honoring President Blandina Cárdenas on the eve of her formal investiture as the seventh president of the University.


Dec '04
1
Community celebrates upcoming presidential investiture
The City of McAllen, Hidalgo County Judge Ramón Garcia, the Region One Education Service Center and Time Warner partnered to host a reception Monday, Nov. 29 to begin The University of Texas-Pan American’s weeklong presidential investiture events with an evening celebration honoring Cárdenas. Rio Grande Valley superintendents, elected officials, Valley educators and school board members celebrated at the McAllen Civic Center. Pictured above is Cárdenas (standing) among other attendees at the reception.