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In an effort to expand on the academic and professional aspirations of young El Pasoans, The University of Texas at El Paso will host approximately 20 kindergarten students from Ramona Elementary School from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 1, 2015, starting in Room 100 of the Education Building.


Reynaldo “Rey” Reyes, Ph.D., associate professor of teacher education, organized the Feb. 27 Migrant Student Symposium to help seniors and juniors from Canutillo High School envision how they can succeed in college. Photo by J.R. Hernandez / UTEP News Service

Reyes was among 21 students from Canutillo who attended the first Migrant Student Symposium Feb. 27, 2015, at The University of Texas at El Paso. The afternoon event’s goals were to encourage the seniors and juniors to envision a successful journey through higher education and to familiarize them with the campus offices that could turn their dreams into reality.


Paul Carrola, Ph.D., assistant professor of educational psychology and special services, and his team interviewed approximately 25 counselors in Juárez in November and December 2014. The study covered training, resources and supervision and also investigated the effect of secondary trauma (the reaction of those who hear firsthand trauma experiences) on counselors and the general impact to the quality of their lives from burnout.


At first glance, you can’t help but notice the impressive display of achievements Dr. Skateboard has collected throughout his career.

Bill Robertson, also known as Dr. Skateboard, has been a skateboarding performer for more than 35 years and is currently an associate provost and associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education, with expertise in science education, curriculum development and technology integration.


The athletic feats of BMX racers and skateboarders educated and entertained students at Montwood High School last month as part of new “Skatepark Mathematics Extravaganza” led by UTEP’s Bill “Dr. Skateboard” Robertson. Photo courtesy of Bill Robertson.

Robertson, Ph.D., associate provost for academic technologies and an award-winning skateboarder, has promoted math and science among middle school students for years through his Action Science series of books, DVDs, demonstrations and classroom-based activities. He believes it will be easier for students to learn and retain information if they enjoy the academic process and understand science’s role in their lives.


Claudia Saldaña Corral, left, and Diana Pineda, doctoral students in UTEP’s Teaching, Learning and Culture program, presented their research findings about the use of art in educating students with disabilities. Saldaña conducted her research at the Paso Del Norte Children’s Development Center, 1101 E. Schuster Ave. Photo by Daniel Perez / UTEP News Service

A vibrant graphic arts lecturer, Claudia Saldaña Corral reveled in cultivating creativity within her students at the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, but her decision to volunteer at a nearby community center brought her in contact with a special group that altered her career path.