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Julia C. Duncheon, Ph.D., assistant professor of educational leadership, brought her skills to UTEP because its educational programs emphasize equity and social justice. The native of San Mateo, California, sees the region as a great place to continue her far-reaching research into access and readiness for first-generation college students and underserved student populations.

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Sang Min Shin, Ph.D., uses toys as tools and teaching aids in her student-centered classes to help future counselors unleash their creativity as they pursue careers focused on helping children and adults in need. The College of Education’s new assistant professor of mental health counseling said the power of play gives students insights into learning materials and themselves.

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The College of Education welcomes Melissa Murillo-Sanchez, a 2015 Terry Scholar and interdisciplinary studies major, to UTEP.

The Clint High School graduate is one of 15 entering freshmen who earned scholarships from the Terry Foundation based on their individual outstanding character, academic achievements, leadership potential and financial need.

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Dr. Wagler

Dr. Ron Wagler, Associate Professor of Science Education and Director of the Living Arthropod and Environmental Education Laboratory, has been invited to speaker at the 2015 Entomological Society of America Conference in June. Dr. Wagler will present an arthropod education research study that utilized living arthropods from his Living Arthropod and Environmental Education Laboratory. His presentation will focus on a study that occurred with UTEP preservice (i.e., future) teachers that were non-science majors.

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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.

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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.

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