College of Science Seminars / Colloquia

February 27. Vanessa Routh, Ph.D.
"Sweet talk in the brain:
Are glucose sensing neurons relevant?"

February 27. John Harding, Ph.D.
"Topological Boolean Algebras and Heyting Algebras"

February 27. Haoquan Wu, Ph.D.
"Small RNA, Big role - CRISPR, miRNA and Beyond"

March 4. Thorne Lay, Ph.D.
"A Global Surge of Great Earthquakes and What We Are Learning From Them"

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College of Science Research Enhancement Funds

Multidisciplinary Pilot Projects

2014 - 2015. Read more

2013 - 2014. Read more

Graduate Student - Faculty Fellowship Program

2014 - 2015 Read more






UTEP Geological Sciences graduate students presented research at AGU

The AGU fall meeting is the largest Earth and space science meeting in the world with more than 25,000 scientists discussing emerging trends and the latest research in cutting-edge science.

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Welcome from the Dean

Within these pages are links to careers in all areas of Science and Mathematics, including exciting new fields of Forensic Science and Bioinformatics. Whether you are just out of high school or already have some college credit, we have Bachelor of Science degree programs that will make the most of your experience and advanced course credit.


If you are still considering multiple career goals, we can help with opportunities for real experiences in teaching, research, or medicine. If your accomplishments and focus means that post-graduate education is a certainty, ask about our accelerated programs leading to Master of Science and to Medical degrees. Come be a part of UTEPs transition to a National Research Laboratory! If your dreams include science or mathematics, this is the place to start making those dreams a reality!


Dr. Robert Kirken, Dean
College of Science

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Supporting the College of Science

"We are priviledged, to help students that want to pursue a continued education. I hear from these students every year, and have met a few of them. They are wonderful!"

--Vernon and Joy Hunt established the Vernon G. and Joy Hunt Endowed Scholarship Fund in Geology

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