Welcome to UTEP Expertise System

UTEP and El Paso Community Foundation Collaborate on Binational Survey

Despite an 18-foot-high steel bollard fence that separates El Paso and Ciudad Juárez...

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UTEP EM Lab's Work on 3D/Volumetric Circuits Recognized on Cover of IEEE

For nearly a decade, Raymond C. Rumpf, Ph.D., and his EM Lab team have seen several...

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NEA Grant to Help UTEP Promote Latinx Literature

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) awarded a $15,000 grant to The University...

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UTEP Team to Collect Data for Children’s Museum Design

EPCM Construction awarded a $46,000 grant to Beverley Argus-Calvo, Ph.D., associate...

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Border Scholars Discuss Binational Solutions at UTEP

As conditions such as population growth and climate change evolve, residents of the...

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Interprofessional Education Event

TeamSTEPPS Master Training Course

Texas Interprofessional Education C...

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People Spotlight

Brad Genevro

Dr. Genevro will be pursuing several avenues of research...

Center Spotlight

Center for Space Exploration Technology Research

The Center activities are aligned with the University of...

Community Spotlight

Health-Focused Interprofessional Education
The objective of the Health-Focused Interprofessional...

About Expertise Connector

The Expertise portal is the face of research at UTEP. Through this portal, users can identify and search the various components that shape scholarly and educational research on and off campus: faculty and staff research profiles, centers profiles, and I3 Move communities. This portal is made dynamic through I3 Move communities -- communities that form around defined topics by the members themselves and invite others to discover them and pursue dialogue. Whether your interests are 3D innovation, border social justice, or photovoltaic applications, we encourage you to explore the Expertise portal and get to know the diverse people and resources at UTEP. You may be surprised at what you discover and the people you’ll meet.
For face-to-face interactions and teleconferencing needs, the Collaboration Hub located in the basement of the Library is available to faculty and professional staff engaged in interdisciplinary collaborative efforts. For more information on scheduling this space, please visit the IDRE website.
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