UT Board of Regents conduct interviews for UTEP president

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The search for the next University of Texas at El Paso president takes a step forward with UT-Board of Regents concluding interviews of candidates in Austin on Wednesday. 

As KTSM has reported, UTEP President Diana Natalicio announced her retirement in May, after 30-years at the helm. 

Three months after her announcement, a presidential search advisory committee was formed out of prominant El Pasoans, to include Mayor Dee Margo and El Paso billionaire Paul Foster, for recommendations on a successor. 

Natalicio has said she will remain at UTEP until her successor is able to step in. 

The UT-Board of Regents is expected to meet again on Monday to vote on finalists.

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