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EPISD to consider leasing Jefferson land for research facility

The El Paso Independent School District will consider leasing or selling land at Jefferson High School to the Medical Center of Americas (MCA) for construction of a new private biomedical engineering facility.

UTEP History Department to offer digital humanities workshops

The University of Texas at El Paso History Department and Humanities Texas invite area high school teachers to attend the one-day workshop, Teaching History and Geography for the 21st Century through Digital Maps, on June 28 or July 12.

Break-in reported at Burges HS overnight

Officials with the El Paso Independent School District has confirmed that a burglary was reported overnight on the campus, located at 7800 Edgemere on El Paso's east side.

NMSU alum establishes endowment for electric utility graduate students

One of the first graduates from New Mexico State University’s Electric Utility Management Program has returned to establish an endowed scholarship.

NMSU alum establishes endowment for electric utility graduate students

One of the first graduates from New Mexico State University’s Electric Utility Management Program has returned to establish an endowed scholarship.

NMSU graduate student contributes to new neonatal data in desert bighorn sheep research

The desert bighorn sheep was taken off New Mexico’s threatened and endangered species list in 2011.

UTEP students earn study abroad scholarships

Five students from The University of Texas at El Paso have been awarded a record amount to study abroad this fall from the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program.

EPISD announces changes to academic team, reassigns former assistant superintendent

Dr. Jim Steinhauser, the last member of Former Superintendent Lorenzo Garcia's Administration, has been reassigned within the district according to an EPISD spokesperson.

Zach White Elementary minion performance

They are ending the year - all in one Little minions from Zach White Elementary are saying goodbye to the school year with a free community performance.

Dona Ana County Cooperative Extension office accepting applications for Master Gardeners

New Mexico State University’s Dona Ana County Cooperative Extension office is accepting applications for certified Master Gardeners. The weekly classes begin Aug. 21.

UTEP College of Business Alumni Chapter to Mark Success of Newly Established Mentorship Program

The College of Business Administration (COBA) Alumni Chapter will close-out its second round of its MBA Mentorship Program.

Eastwood Middle earns National Excellence Gold Award

Eastwood Middle School was among only three schools nationwide to win the highest level of recognition – the Gold Award – at the National Excellence in Urban Education Symposium in San Diego, and was presented with a $5,000 check to

NMSU School of Nursing to screen 'The American Nurse' on campus Saturday

The New Mexico State University School of Nursing and the New Mexico Nurses Association, District 14 have teamed up to screen a film, "The American Nurse: Photographs and Interviews by Carolyn Jones" to the community on Saturday, May

Camp Innoventure summer program still accepting middle school students

A few spots are still available for middle school students in New Mexico to participate in the 2014 Camp Innoventure program at New Mexico State University Two weeklong sessions are planned in June at the Las Cruces campus’ Arrowhead Cent