UTEP Cuts Ribbon on Renovated Building
EL PASO — A historic building at UTEP got a modern day facelift. The college cut the ribbon today on the newly renovated Campbell building. The $2.3 point project, includes upgraded classrooms and lab space. The building houses the school's occupational and physical therapy departments, as well as pharmacy and speech language pathology classes.
"The additional space is really going to provide students with increased opportunities to carry out research as well as see more patients," said Anthony Salvatore, a professor in the Speech Language Pathology Department.
The Campbell building was built in 1967. Up until last year it housed the school's Health Sciences and Nursing programs.