In their 6th match in the US Chess League the Rio Grande Ospreys team, composed of UTB players, defeated 3-1 Dallas Destiny - the strongest team in the league, undefeated in first 5 matches. Max Cornejo and Aura Salazar won their games in a great style, whereas Andrey Stukopin and Katerina Nemcova drew. ... more >>
The UTB men and women's soccer teams will host the University of the Southwest and Jarvis Christian College on Thursday and Saturday, respectively. On Thursday, Oct. 2 the doubleheader begins with the women at 1 p.m. and the men at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 4 the Ocelots look to sweep Jarvis with the ... more >>
Meet with your fellow new faculty at UTPA. This activity includes a lunch and activities. Later those that choose can visit downtown McAllen for the First Friday Art Walk. You must RSVP to email@example.com by Monday, Sept. 29. ... more >>
This is the first book festival of South Texas which is a collaboration between UT Brownsville, Mexican American Studies at UTPA, the Narciso Martinez Cultural Arts Center, the City of San Benito, the Valley Writers Forum, and the Coalition of New Chican@ Artists (CONCA). This book festival will be a ... more >>
Be The Match encourages everyone between the ages of 18 to 44 to register to be a possible bone marrow donor by swabbing your cheeks. We will have registration tables around campus, so stop by Cortez Hall, Life Health and Science Building, Student Union, Main and University Library.
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The next Brownsville Science Cafe will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 6 at El Hueso de Fraile. Join us for a fun informal evening of talks and discussion with local experts on a wide range of topics including science, art, and humanities. Treats and beverages will be available for purchase at the ... more >>
The Graduation Fair is a one-stop-shop for all your graduation needs. This is your opportunity to purchase your cap and gown, invitations, and the official UTB ring. The following offices will be present at the event for your convenience:
This will be an open forum where you can share your story of how alcohol abuse has affected you or someone near you. The forum will be moderated by a panel consisting of health professionals, university administrators, law enforcement, survivors, and members from the university and greater community. ... more >>
Help us kick off Homecoming Week with ice cream topped with school spirit. We will be handing out free ice cream at the Main Courtyard from noon to 1 p.m. as we celebrate our athletes. Get a chance to meet some of the wonderful athletes we have on our campus. This event is part of Homecoming 2014, “Honor ... more >>
Join us for our Ocelot Scavenger Hunt. Register you team at the Office of Student Engagement. All teams must report to the Casa Bella Club House by 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 28and teams must be present and checked in by 6:50 p.m. If your team does not check in, you will be ineligible to compete.
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The number of Materials Transfer and Non-Disclosure Agreements that faculty and staff are involved in has been increasing steadily. With this in mind, this session has been introduced to help the University community learn a bit more about these agreements and the types of circumstances for which ... more >>
The Rio Grande Science and Arts (RiSA) Festival is looking for volunteers for events Nov. 6-9, 2014.
Come be a part of the first annual RiSA Festival in Brownsville! Volunteer duties include working at the information booth, collecting participant surveys, and setting up for events. Register ... more >>
RiSA Community Day will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8 on the UT Brownsville campus. This free community event will include live music, food vendors, and a wide variety of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) booths, displays, and activities.
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The RiSA "A Shout Across Time" live theatre performing arts showcase event will feature live dancers, the UTB Symphony Orchestra, and an original film celebrating Einstein, black holes, and gravitational waves.
The theatre lobby will feature a UTB student art show inspired ... more >>
The RiSA Sports and Recreation Day on Sunday, Nov. 9 will be held at Dean Porter Park and in the Brownsville Mitte Cultural District from noon to 5 p.m. This is a free event for children, families, and the community including live music, food vendors, and a wide variety of sports and recreation themed ... more >>
Do you know anyone who is ready for the Mathematics and Science Academy challenge, and who wants to be a part of our award-winning high school program for students gifted in math and science?
At MSA, students take classes from university faculty with regular UTRGV students in an environment ... more >>
This session provides an overview of the applicable federal regulations and institutional policies that apply to research in regards to financial conflicts of interest. It also provides participants with user friendly instructions on how to complete the required certifications and disclosures.
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Earning your credentials as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) makes you a recognized expert in the HR field. This professional distinction sets you apart from your colleagues, proving your high level of knowledge and skills. By attending, you ... more >>
Our 5th Annual MLK Day of Service is a great way for the University to give back to the community by helping out in a variety of service projects on Monday, Jan. 19, 2015.
Our goal is to transform Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and teaching into community service that helps to address ... more >>
The University of Texas at Brownsville is working with the Texas Freedom Network to launch a new campaign, “Ocelots Vote!” This campaign was started to get the UTB students registered to vote and out to the polls at the UTB early voting site in La Sala, October 20-24.
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Project 100%, a project of the Center for Civic Engagement, and various campus departments are registering students to vote through Oct. 6. If you would like to invite center staff to register your students to vote, please call the CCE at 956-882-4300 to make arrangements for a in class visit. ... more >>
Free flu vaccines will be provided from 9-11 a.m. and from 1-3 p.m. on Mondays and from 1-7 p.m. Wednesdays while supplies last. Employees will need to bring an ID and their Blue Cross Blue Shield card. ... more >>
The Office of Global Engagement is planning Summer 2015 program offerings to new academic areas and new geographic destinations. If you have been considering taking your students on a study abroad program, visit Main 1.308 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org ... more >>
Join us at 1:15 p.m. in Cortez Hall, Room 220.
Topics for Grief Support Group:
Student Health Services, in collaboration with the Campus Suicide Prevention Program and Substance Abuse and HIV Prevention Program, invite you to start the semester with healthier life choices by attending free sessions.
The Gallery at Rusteberg Hall is looking for artists to be featured in the glass case located in Rusteberg Hall. If you or anyone you know is interested in showing, please send all proposals to email@example.com or more >>
Bring your lunch and join us every Friday from noon to 1 p.m. starting Sept. 5 until Dec. 5, 2014 in Cortez Hall, Room 220. Free and open to all UTB students, faculty and staff ... more >>
Join us for a confidential support meeting. Learn about women veteran medical and compensation benefits, veteran resources, transitioning, healthy relationships, self care and more at noon Sept. 5 and 19, Oct. 3 and 17, and Nov. 7 and 21. Female veteran spouses welcome. Lunch ... more >>
This training is intended to provide a basic introduction to the Human Subjects Protection policies and regulations and walk participants through the IRB electronic submission process.
There will be three different dates and times:
Ready, set, heal! Join us for a confidential peer support group from 1-2 p.m. in Cortez 220 the following dates:
The Center for Civic Engagement in collaboration with Dr. John Cook's Communication courses and various university departments are seeking your assistance with providing humanitarian aid to immigrant refugees.
Fourteen-week weight management program. Would you like to participate in a research study that focuses on healthy living, diet, and nutrition? Student Health Services, Student Life, and UREC are recruiting 25 UTB students who are serious about changing their sedentary lifestyles and who ... more >>
The UTB Ocelots men and women's cross country teams will compete in all their meets on the road away from Brownsville in 2014. The closest meet coming on Saturday, Oct. 25 in La Feria at 8 a.m. ... more >>
Stop by Student Health Services from 9 a.m. to noon and 1-4:30 p.m. Wednesdays to get tested. Did you know that about 1 in 4 new HIV infections are among youth ages 13-24? Most of them do not know they are infected, are not getting treated, and can unknowingly pass the virus on to others. This service ... more >>
Join us for Hatha Yoga every Tuesday and Thursday at Casa Bella! The Campus Suicide Prevention Program is hosting weekly yoga classes from 5:30-6:30 p.m. every Tuesday at Casa Bella to promote well-being on campus. Students, faculty and staff of all levels of yoga are welcome! Classes are held at the ... more >>
Join us for Zumba. Students, faculty and staff of all levels of Zumba are welcome! Classes are held with certified instructor Fanny Pinales. Please be punctual. See you there!
The Campus Suicide Prevention Program is hosting weekly zumba classes from 5:30-6:30 p.m. every Monday to promote ... more >>
Learn how to grow and make healthy relationships.
Types of Codependent behaviors: • Dependency • Control • Poor behavior • Low self-esteem
Free and open to UTB students, faculty and staff. Aqua aerobics can help you burn between 450 and 700 calories during an hour-long workout. Aqua aerobics works for people of every fitness level and size.
Novices, obese people and those suffering from muscle and joint problems get a complete ... more >>
UTB Student Health Services is starting a new Collegiate Recovery Program. There will be Alcoholics Anonymous meetings that will take place at 12:30 p.m. every Wednesday at Cortez Hall Room 220. All the meetings are open and everyone is welcome to attend. ... more >>
Pocket folders with the UTB logo are available for your department or college. The cost is $58 per 100 folders. ... more >>
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