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Young audiences will enjoy the UTPA Theatre production "The Tlacuaches (Possums) Find a Home"
The University of Texas-Pan American Theatre for Young Audiences is offering a special production Dec. 5-8 for our youngest theatre fans (ages 0-5).


Nov '13
26
College of Education honors teachers of the year and legendary educators
The University of Texas-Pan American College of Education honored more than 40 educators at its ninth annual Teacher of the Year Awards Wednesday, Nov. 20 at the UTPA Community Engagement and Student Success Building.


Come and make merry at the RGV TubaChristmas concert Dec. 8 at UTPA
The Rio Grande Valley community is invited to The University of Texas-Pan American to celebrate the sounds of Christmas in a oompah-terrific way this year at the annual RGV TubaChristmas concert scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. at the UTPA Fieldhouse.


Nov '13
25
Cristina Villalobos: A Valley grown national leader in STEM education
Challenging students has always played an important role in the teaching philosophy of Cristina Villalobos, professor of mathematics at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Nov '13
15
Regents approve PUF funding for new university, medical school in South Texas
Nearly $200 million in Permanent University Fund money will fund new construction in South Texas for the first time, thanks to action taken by the University of Texas System Board of Regents Thursday.


Nov '13
14
UTPA and Team McAllen Cycling go the distance to support student scholarships
Not quite ready to tackle a full triathlon, Bryan Smith teamed up with two others Nov. 10 to participate as a team in the Second Annual Triathlon for Education held at The University of Texas-Pan American.


Nov '13
11
Cooperative Pharmacy program receives support from the City of Edinburg and Hidalgo County
The University of Texas-Pan American's Cooperative Pharmacy Program with The University of Texas at Austin's College of Pharmacy has received accolades from the City of Edinburg and Hidalgo County.


Nov '13
10
Dr. Michael Abebe: A passionate advocate of research-infused business education
Growing up in a developing country, Dr. Michael Abebe said he saw early on in life the impact of education.


Nov '13
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UTPA, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas partner to host symposium focused on border economy
The current and future state of the economy in the Rio Grande Valley, the state of Texas and the nation will be the focus of the Third Annual Border Economics, Development and Entrepreneurship Symposium (BEDES) 2013 on Friday, Nov. 22 sponsored by the Department of Economics and Finance at The University of Texas-Pan American and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.


Nov '13
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Discussion and art to address issues of violence against women in the RGV
The Coalition Against Violence and Exploitation (CAVE) project will host its third annual Art Against Violence Round Table Thursday, Nov. 14 from 4-6 p.m. at The University of Texas-Pan American’s Albert L. Jeffers Theatre located in the Arts and Humanities Building (ARHU). The round table discussion will confront issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking in the Rio Grande Valley.