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Nov '11
23
CEO chapter wins national E-Diffusion Award
The entrepreneurial spirit at The University of Texas-Pan American was recently recognized and awarded at the national level.


Nov '11
23
UTPA Professor Victor Alvarado wins Crestron Award
Dr. Victor Alvarado's first experience with a computer occurred when he was a student at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile in the 1960s.


Nov '11
23
UTPA freshmen honor society receives national recognition
Members of the Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) freshmen honor society at The University of Texas-Pan American are receiving nationwide respect as one of the recent winners of the prestigious Order of the Torch award.


Nov '11
23
UTPA students compete in business contest
Hundreds of eager college students armed with imaginative ideas like a plate that weighs food portions and a restaurant inventory anti-theft device crammed into the corridors of The University of Texas-Pan American’s College of Business Administration Nov. 16.


Nov '11
23
UTPA autism research goes international
The work of a faculty member at The University of Texas-Pan American has piqued international interest in those who are studying autism and other developmental disorders.


Nov '11
22
University Theatre presents “James and the Giant Peach” Dec. 8-11
The University Theatre Productions presents the tale of "James and the Giant Peach" December 8-11 at the Albert L. Jeffers Theatre. The play is sure to be a fun show for the entire family.


Nov '11
22
Celebrate the holiday season Dec. 18 with UTPA's award-winning Mariachi Aztlán
The University of Texas-Pan American invites the public to ring in the holiday season with the pageantry and beauty of the Mariachi tradition.


Nov '11
22
UTPA Coastal Studies Lab offers science workshop Dec. 9 on coastal ecology
The University of Texas-Pan American Coastal Studies Lab (CSL) has formed a four-way partnership to provide workshops on Texas coastal ecology to Rio Grande Valley educators.


Nov '11
19
UTPA students join USDA scientists to study invasive Rio Grande basin weed
For biology major Andromeda Marez, the opportunity to work with government scientists to study an invasive, ecologically damaging weed impacting South Texas is a once in a lifetime experience.


Nov '11
16
UTPA's Coastal Studies Lab monitoring red tide at SPI since September
Drought conditions in Texas have sparked more than a large number of wildfires in the state this year.


Nov '11
14
Annual graduate school fair draws in prospective students
More than 150 prospective students attended The University of Texas-Pan American's annual Grad Fair held Nov. 10.


Nov '11
12
Broncs to be on national television against Northwestern
The University of Texas-Pan American men’s basketball team will continue their road trip to open the 2011-12 season as they travel to Evanston, Illinois to face off against the Northwestern Wildcats Sunday night in a national televised game at the Welsh-Ryan Arena with tip off scheduled for 6:00 p.m.


Nov '11
11
UTPA honors veterans with ceremony, reading of names
The University of Texas-Pan American honored its students, faculty and staff who have served our country during a Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 11, 2011 held at the UTPA Chapel Lawn.


Nov '11
10
UTPA graduate makes a career slam dunk
It was a long shot for Alex Del Barrio.

The University of Texas-Pan American alumnus randomly sent out an audition tape to the Harlem Globetrotters to become one of their announcers. The gamble landed Del Barrio the ideal job for a sports fanatic as the newest voice of the legendary basketball team.


Nov '11
8
Panorama magazine takes top award at national conference
The University of Texas-Pan American’s student magazine Panorama won Best of Show at the 2011 Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) conference held Oct. 29-30 at the Renaissance Hotel at Sea World in Orlando, Fla.


Nov '11
7
World class violinist fills Marialice Shary Shivers Endowed Chair in Fine Arts
The New York Times once described violinist Daniel Andai as an exemplary leader in his role as a concertmaster leading members of the New York Philharmonic and the Manhattan School of Music in Carnegie Hall.


Nov '11
4
The Birds take flight Nov. 16-20 at UTPA Theatre
For its final fall Main Stage production, The University of Texas-Pan American Theatre presents the classic Greek comedy of The Birds Nov. 16-20.


Nov '11
1
Dell Foundation gives UTPA GEAR UP grant to make students AVID learners
The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation awarded The University of Texas-Pan American's Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness in Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) about $650,000 to expand a successful college readiness program to seven elementary schools and one middle school in the Edinburg area and two middle schools in La Joya.


Nov '11
1
International Days Nov. 14-15 at UTPA to highlight global challenges
Awareness of and ways to address worldwide challenges is the focus of this year's International Days Nov. 14-15 at The University of Texas-Pan American.