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UTEP Does Heavy Lifting in Conferring STEM Degrees to Latinos

In a report released by Excelencia in Education, a nonprofit organization based out of Washington, D.C., The University of Texas at El Paso is among the top two percent of all U.S. institutions teaching one-third of the Latinos who earn degrees in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. Ranked third in awarding bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees to Latinos, UTEP was . . . Read More

UTEP DNP Graduates Positively Impact Health in the Region

Since 2013, 43 graduates from the UTEP School of Nursing's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program have shaped the future of health care by leading innovations in health care delivery in the Paso del Norte region. Forty-one of those graduates have remained in El Paso and Las Cruces, New Mexico. Today they continue to serve the health care needs of the communities they . . . Read More

2015 - 2016 Policy for Full Time Status for Graduate Students

All graduate programs at UTEP continue to require that graduate students have full time status to be eligible to receive fellowships or scholarships or to be employed as teaching or research assistants/associates, assistant instructors or other similar student employment categories. To be regarded as full time, students must enroll in at least 9 hours of coursework . . . Read More

Dr. Diana Natalicio Doctoral Fellowship now accepting applications

The Graduate School will offer two (2) Natalicio Dissertation Fellowships for the 2015-2016 academic year to truly outstanding doctoral degree candidates in their final semester. The recipients of this prestigious award must complete all degree requirements in the semester in which the awards are made. The fellowships will be in the amount of $10,000 each. . . . Read More

Dodson Research Grant deadline is coming up!

The Graduate School provides funds to support graduate student research. These funds are intended primarily to assist students who are actively working on dissertations, theses or final projects, although support of other projects may be considered. A faculty committee will review proposals and make recommendations to the Dean of the Graduate School. . . . Read More