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Wednesday, October 30

Exhibit: “The Town and the Smelter”

Aug. 29, 2019 – Jan. 25, 2020. Exhibit: “The Town and the Smelter.” ASARCO and the community of Smeltertown (La Esmelda) were symbiotically connected and...

Shakespeare's Asylum

Sponsored by: Tania Schwarz on behalf of Texas Women for the Arts For more information: jastratton@utep.edu

“Día de los Muertos Altar and Display.”

Oct. 28 – Nov. 8, 2019. “Día de los Muertos Altar and Display.” University Library, Third Floor Gallery, overlooking the atrium. Regular library...

Association for Humanist Sociology 2019 Annual Meeting

The Association for Humanist Sociology is a community of sociologists, educators, scholars, and activists who share a commitment to using sociology to...

Brian Maguire: Scenes of Absence

An exploration of both violence and the drug trade based in part on Maguire’s multiple visits to Ciudad Juárez over the course of 10 years, where he formed...

Total Collapse: Clay in the Contemporary Past

Total Collapse: Clay in the Contemporary Past presents a group of artists/collaboratives who present diverse and experimental developments in the field of...

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...

Intro to RefWorks

This workshop is an introduction to the new version of RefWorks under ProQuest with a comparison of the old version. This citation manager can create a...

Presentation: “Proyecto Antena Project: How to Build Language Justice at a Grassroots Level.”

Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019. Presentation:“Proyecto Antena Project: How to Build Language Justice at a Grassroots Level.” By John Pluecker, poet, interpreter,...

Wednesday, October 30