Higher education reporter for El Paso Matters, in partnership with Open Campus.
Other campuses, including Austin and San Antonio, have made the lifesaving medication available to campus police, students, and professors.
March 21, 2022
Former State Sen. Joe Christie talks about the genesis of El Paso Community College, its role in the region, and a new scholarship named for its first board chair.
March 3, 2022
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick pledged to end tenure for new faculty hires at the state’s public colleges when the Texas Legislature reconvenes next year.
February 22, 2022
U. of Texas at El Paso adjuncts to receive $500 one-time payment after news of full-time faculty bonus
The new directive comes after President Heather Wilson announced a $1,200 one-time merit payment to faculty and staff who qualified for university benefits. That payment did not include some adjunct professors.
February 10, 2022
The one-time payment is a thank you for their work during the pandemic.
January 27, 2022
El Paso higher education institutions will start spring semester as planned, despite COVID-19 increase
The Texas Faculty Association urged the delay of in-person learning. Leaders said they would be closely monitoring data but were moving ahead.
January 7, 2022
Among the moments that made them proud: The first in-person commencement in two years and when a first-year dental student repaired their president's tooth.
January 3, 2022
A revised approach includes goals for older adults to gain new skills and will count more short-term credentials toward state targets.
December 17, 2021
University of Texas at El Paso has most Hispanic tenured faculty among research universities nationally
Only 6 percent of tenured faculty in the United States are Hispanic. At UTEP, 30% are. Here's why that matters.
November 22, 2021