Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services Dr. John Edwards, set to retire Dec. 31, was surprised speechless Dec. 7 when nearly 100 students, many leaders of organizations on campus, gathered to wish him well.
The Office of Continuing Education at The University of Texas-Pan American will be rolling out several OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) courses starting January 2011. These courses are being offered in partnership with The University of Texas at Arlington's Region VI OSHA Education Center, which OSHA selected to be one of the only two approved training providers in this region.
Joe Eguia, a sophomore marketing major at The University of Texas-Pan American, didn't let the title of a recent University event — Women of Rock Summit — deter him from attending to learn more about how to succeed in his dream career in the entertainment business.
Headed by a search committee comprised of faculty, staff and a University student, the process to select the best candidates to serve as the new vice president for Student Affairs at The University of Texas-Pan American is underway.
Victor Alvarez wanted to be the first person in his family to graduate from college. Despite having spinal muscular atrophy, Alvarez breezed through grade school after moving to the area when he was 9 years old — he skipped seventh grade — and after graduating from McAllen High School in 2006 he continued his education en force at The University of Texas-Pan American.
The University of Texas-Pan American and the Pan American Collaboration of Ethics in the Professions Office (PACE) have received a generous donation from a private donor to support a full scholarship to the winner of a Constitutional Essay Contest.
The weather is getting chilly, the sights and sounds of Christmas are everywhere, and the City of Edinburg and The University of Texas-Pan American want to help you celebrate the season with Edinburg's first official Christmas tree lighting ceremony and the 11th annual Night of Lights Parade Celebration.