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In-Between Dance Performance
in-between is an evening-length dance piece drawn from interviews, stories and conversations about immigration. Living in a border town in an immigrant nation, we recognize that our reasons for immigrating are many and our experiences vary greatly. Nonetheless, due to the porosity of the borders in our lives, most of us can agree that as immigrants we are always in-between: in-between countries, in-between cultures, in-between languages. In a collage of movement, sound and video, in-between reflects the cast's personal and shared stories about immigration and presents them as a creative response to disrupt and recreate our current dialogue on the topic. Read more here.. 

Symphonic Winds Concert
The Department of Music is hosting an Symphonic Winds Concert on October 4, 2016 at 7:30 pm. Read more here... 

The College of Liberal Arts is partnering with the Office of Alumni Relations for the: UTEP vs. Southern Miss
Saturday, September 24, 2016
3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Kidd Field
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History Seminar Series
Dr. Frank Candelaria, Associate Provost and Professor of Musicology. "Pedro de Gante and the Creation of Euro-Mexica Catholic Song in Sixteenth-Century New Spain."
Refreshments will be served. Read more about the History Seminar Series here...

Orchestra Concert
The Department of Music is hosting an Orchestra Concert on September 27, 2016 at 7:30 pm. Get more information here...

History Seminar Series
Dr. Michelle Chase, Assistant Professor of History, Pace University. “The New Woman and the Old Left: Rethinking Gender Politics in the Cuban Revolution.” Co-sponsored by Humanities, Chicano Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Political Science, and Center for Inter-American and Border Studies. Read more here...

History Seminar Series
Aaron Waggoner, Ph.D. candidate, History Department. "Wind, Fire, and the People: Charismatic Catholic Renewal in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, 1960-1990." Get more information here... 

HSI Pathways
The Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI)-Pathways to the Professoriate program is a collaboration between eight partner institutions with
a goal to prepare undergraduate students in the humanities to pursue a career in the professoriate. Funded by the Mellon Foundation
and administered through the Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions, The University of Texas at El Paso is one of three HSIs
participating in this program. Get the Application here...

The House on Mango Street
Meet the vecinos of calle Mango through the eyes of twelve-year-old Esperanza. Her story tracks the ups and downs we all face during the tricky times of adolescence. Join us as we bring the stories of Sandra Cisneros’ critically acclaimed novel The House on Mango Street to life on stage. Adapted by Amy Ludwig these familiar vignettes of bike rides, high heels and gente are sure to entertain and touch your heart. Get the form here...

The NAMM Foundation Awards National String Project Consortium (NSPC)

The NAMM Foundation Awards National String Project Consortium (NSPC) $40,000 Grant to Support 5 Emerging String Project Sites across United States Grant will help the NSPC bolster programs that train college students to become tomorrow’s string teachers and give youth the opportunity to play a stringed instrument in El Paso, Texas; Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Highland Heights, Kentucky,Forest Grove, Oregon; and Brookings, South Dakota. Read more here..


UTEP Art Student Wins Regents’ Outstanding Student Award

Heather Mawson, a senior studio art student at The University of Texas at El Paso, has been selected as a recipient of the 2016 University of Texas System Regents’ Outstanding Student Awards in Arts and Humanities. Two students were selected for the honor from the UT System’s eight academic institutions from a number of nominations in the 2-D and 3-D categories. Read more about her outstanding achievement here..


2016 recipients of the Tom Lea Research Fellowship Program

The College of Liberal Arts is proud to announce the Tom Lea Research Fellowship Program, named for the nationally-known artist and author whose work graced the Paso del Norte region and many national venues.  The award has been established by Donald and Adair Margo, distinguished citizens of El Paso, who are dedicated to an appreciation of the art and culture of our region.  Adair Margo is President of the Tom Lea Institute. Plead read more here...


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