The UTEP College of Engineering has been long recognized for its excellence.

We are delighted to welcome you to the Center for Research in Engineering and Technology Education, CREaTE, a place where you can join in the exchange of ideas and information about academic development with other faculty members here at UTEP and in the region.

CREaTE promotes and celebrates research that improves our understanding of student learning and excellence in teaching. We value growth, professionalism and excellence.

Autodesk Software Announcement

Autodesk is one of the industry leaders in CAD and many programs incorporate one or more products into their curricula. Autodesk has offered free software to US students/faculty for several years and now they are going worldwide.
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Professional Development Opportunity

C2GEN is sponsoring an online course on "Designing Low-Cost Intrinsic-Motivation Course Conversions." There are Four 1-hour sessions between Oct 13 and Nov 7, 2014.
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Boeing funds EPISD project for Phase Three

Boeing Corp. has once again funded CREaTE's implementation of Engineering is Elementary in EPISD classrooms. This grant will fund additional teachers/classrooms and supplies for phase three of implementation.
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UT Regents Outstanding
Teaching Award

The University of Texas System Board of Regents has awarded five UTEP faculty with the Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award. A hearty congratulations goes out to Dr. Ivonne Santiago, clinical professor of Civil Engineering.
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UTEP Top Producer of Women Engineers

The University of Texas at El Paso has been ranked No. 1 in percentage of doctoral degrees awarded to women by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). UTEP's College of Engineering earned this by awarding 40.5 percent of its doctoral degrees in 2013 to women, which is almost twice the national average. >>FULL STORY
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