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UTEP ranks high nationally for affordability
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At a time when people are focused on the cost and value of a college education and degree, data released June 12 by the U.S. Department of Education shows The University of Texas at El Paso as the best value and most affordable emerging research institution of higher education in the country.
UTEP’s out-of-pocket cost, or “net price,” is $2,066 per academic year for full-time. . .   Read More

UTEP President Dr. Natalicio signs agreements with with Brazilian Universities
Dr. Diana Natalicio signing documents

By 2014, the Brazilian government will have given out some 101,000 fellowships to Brazilian students, postdoctoral researchers and senior investigators to study the sciences at the best universities and research centers around the world, including The University of Texas at El Paso.
"For us this represents a great opportunity to recruit Brazilian students coming to UTEP as. . . Read More

First to Benefit from New Graduate Fellowship Incentive Program
First to Benefit from New Graduate Fellowship Incentive Program

Alla Dove will complete her graduate degree at The University of Texas at El Paso without spending a single penny.

A recent recipient of a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship . . . Read More

Dr. Flores with students in the university of Chile
Dr. Flores with students in university in Chile

This spring Benjamin C. Flores, Ph.D., dean of the Graduate School, took a trip to Chile to check up on a
project he's had a hand in for about a decade – student support and retention.

Flores has been advising several universities in the country on how to help . . . Read More

doctoral student studies silicon carbides in japan
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Investigating different molecular precursors that can be transformed into silicon carbides was not the only fun thing doctoral student Robinson Roacho found to do while studying in Japan earlier this year.

Roacho, pursuing his Ph.D. in chemistry, spent three months in Nagaoka, Niigata, Japan. . . Read More

researcher looks at hiv/aids risk on both sides of the border
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While the epidemiology of HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be linked to migration, it is uncertain how much of an impact migration has in making certain groups at higher risk for contracting these infections. . . Read More