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Wednesday, January 30

The Lhakhang Cultural Exhibit

The beautiful Lhakhang sits proudly on UTEP’s Centennial Plaza, surrounded by dozens of other buildings in the Bhutanese architectural style. It is a...

Applying for the Fulbright Program

Campus Edge: https://campusedge.utep.edu/event/3689-applying-for-the-fulbright-program

Where the World Met the Border: El Paso's First Ward

“Where the World Met the Border” tells the stories of a place, El Paso's 1st Ward. This is the story of El Paso’s first neighborhood: a fronterizo commercial...

Interdisciplinary Research Colloquium Series: "Dispelling the Myth of Market Incentives: What Really Drives Nonprofit Client Engagement?"

Eric Boyer, Assistant Professor, Public Administration The Colloquium Series is an interdisciplinary working group of faculty throughout UTEP that meet...

Carrillo in Color Exhibit

Newly discovered color images from Mexican photographer Manuel Carrillo (1906-1989)

A PIECE OF OUR MIND: Posters by Joe Scorsone and Alice Drueding

A Piece of Our Mind is a retrospective of graphic artists Joe Scorsone and Alice Drueding (Scorsone/Drueding) who have have been designing posters together...

Convergence: New Contemporary Painting from Thinkspace, LA

This exhibition features a series of paintings by emerging and established artists associated with the New Contemporary Art movement – a return to realism...

SECTIONS: New Cities, Future Ruins at the Border

New Cities, Future Ruins (NCFR) is a four-year curatorial initiative inviting artists, designers, and thinkers to re-imagine and engage the extreme urbanism...

Disney's NEWSIES

It’s time to carry the banner with Disney’s Newsies! Based on the hit Disney movie, Newsies is set in turn-of-the century New York City and tells the rousing...

Wednesday, January 30