UTEP like El Paso looks at Progress

Dated: 07/24/2012

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For all of the new realtors in El Paso that are unfamiliar with what the city has to offer, you might be thinking in terms of things to do in the arts or perhaps culture. Did you ever think about quality education? The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) is going through a major transformation much like the city of El Paso. UTEP has had a presence in this region for much of the existence of this city. It is on the verge to becoming a tier-one university, meaning that it will be considered a main reserach center competing with more notable schools like The University of Texas at Austin.

Schools improve the quality of life for all of the people of the city. For years UTEP has had a construction boom that is leading up to their centennial celebration in 2014. Here are some pictures that depict what UTEP will look like after its facelift. Click on them to see more images. 

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Luis F Navarro

Biography Luis Fernando Navarro Biography Luis was born in Chihuahua, Mexico and came to the United States in 1970 to attend UTEP to study Business Administration. For more than 22 years he sta....

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