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Jun '13
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Engineering faculty member inspires students through real-world education
Dr. Kamal Sarkar sees the potential in his students and in the Rio Grande Valley.


Girls experience college life, gain confidence at GAMES Camp
Ashley Solis doesn't consider herself the strongest student in science, but she's hoping the training she is receiving at The University of Texas-Pan American will help her master subjects in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).


Jun '13
27
UTPA revising several degree programs to enhance graduate education opportunities
Noemi Martinez, a graduate student at The University of Texas-Pan American, is excited about a new opportunity that will be available for the first time this fall to earn a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (MAIS) in Mexican American Studies at the University.


Jun '13
26
Lozano chosen to meet with President Obama about immigration reform
Dr. Karen Lozano received an unexpected telephone call the night of June 21. It was from a staff member at the White House asking her to fly to Washington, D.C. to participate in a roundtable discussion with President Barack Obama about immigration reform.


Jun '13
20
Nevárez to retire, reception held in his honor
For 23 years, Dr. Miguel Nevárez led the Rio Grande Valley's largest institution and guided it through its merger with The University of Texas System. Under his watch, 30,000 students earned college degrees. After he stepped down as president nine years ago he returned to his first love, teaching, where he trained numerous educators to take on leadership roles.


Jun '13
19
Theatre + Comedy = P.A.S.S. 2013 at UTPA
Get ready to laugh your head off this summer at The University of Texas-Pan American. Enjoy three fun, complementary comedies during the University Theatre Productions’ Pan American Summer Stock (P.A.S.S.) 2013.


Jun '13
13
UTPA’s future for the arts inspire a symphony of giving
The harmonious blend of piano and woodwinds and a vibrant plea from The University of Texas-Pan American President Robert S. Nelsen to support the upcoming Academic and Performing Arts Center (APAC) resonated with longtime supporter Wanda Boush during a recent benefit concert featuring renowned pianist Dr. Yu-Chi Tai and The UTPA Wind Quartet at the Edinburg City Auditorium.


Jun '13
12
UTPA, Lacks Furniture continue to fight against diabetes
Throughout the past year, The University of Texas-Pan American and Lacks Furniture have gained more allies in the fight against diabetes.