Come to the Student Union Lawn at 6 p.m. to watch “Wanted”, an action thriller featuring Angelina Jolie and Morgan Freeman by Timur Bekmambetov, a Kazakh director, producer and screenwriter. He also directed Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012).
You’ll watch the winners of our Capturing ... more >>
This Saturday workshop is an alternative to the one on Friday. The Regents Teaching Awards is a competition that welcomes all faculty to participate. Yes, that includes lecturers and adjuncts. To help faculty prepare for this award, we are holding workshops in November and January. We also have a team ... more >>
La Noche de La Guitarra is as much a tradition in Brownsville as it is an event focusing on music making in the community. Guitarists from UT Brownsville, UTPA, and the Brownsville Independent School District will play for the 17th version of this annual concert. "There is always a wide range of ... more >>
Join Dr. Havidán Rodríguez, UTRGV Provost, when he gives the welcoming remarks at the first Women’s Faculty Network (WFN) meeting on the Brownsville campus. Moreover, Dr. Rodríguez will discuss the progress towards our consolidation. Dr. Marie Mora (Vice Provost Fellow for Faculty Affairs at UTPA) will ... more >>
Due to Thanksgiving Holiday, Student Health Services will close at 5 p.m. Last patient will be seen at 4:30 p.m.
The following are postponed for Wednesday, Nov. 26 and will resume Wednesday, Dec. 3.
• Alcoholics Anonymous • Codependency Anonymous • Overeaters Anonymous ... more >>
The next Brownsville Science Cafe will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, December 1 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 ... 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 current UTRGV students in an environment of close ... more >>
UTB-Kauffman FastTrac® NewVenture™ is coming to Laguna Madre. FastTrac NewVenture provides the tools to develop a business concept by helping you plan and build a framework for successfully launching your company. Open to the public. ... more >>
All students, faculty and staff are welcome! Tabata is a workout to help increase strength, flexibility, and gain muscle while improving mental and physical well-being. 5:30-6:30 p.m. REK Multipurpose-room ... more >>
Accessibility is everyone's business at UTB, especially because everyone depends on the web for delivering information and course content. To keep up to date on best practices in this vital area, consider attending part of the 17th Annual Accessing Higher Ground Conference without even leaving campus. ... more >>
Every semester the Office of Health Professions Careers awards ten scholarships to top pre-health students. Scholarship awards range from $400 to $800. Scholarships will be awarded for Spring semester 2015. Visit the Office of Health Professions Careers in the Life Health Science Building (LHSB) 2.822 ... more >>
The first senior show of the semester is on its way. "Juntos pero no revueltos" opens at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17 at The Rusteberg Gallery. The show will exhibit the works of Jose Rodriguez, Martha Hernandez and Lili Martinez. ... more >>
Evaluate Your Professors! End of course evaluations will be available starting on Monday, Nov 17, 2014 and continue until Sunday, Dec. 7.
Course evaluations allow students to confidentially rate their UTB learning experience, encouraging feedback about their courses and instructors. Students ... more >>
Are you committed to serving your community? Would you like to share your passion for service with students, faculty, staff, and the community? If so, the Center for Civic Engagement has an opportunity for you! Full-time UTB undergraduate students with at least a 3.0 GPA and at least 60 credit hours ... more >>
Clear your overdue Library fines by bringing an unwrapped toy to the Library and Research Services Desk located on the first floor. Donate new unwrapped toys appropriate for ages 2-12 years. Toys will be received starting Monday, Nov. 10, 2014 through Friday, Dec. 12, 2014. Your toys will be gifted to ... more >>
Last weekend the UTB chess players won the 2014 Texas Collegiate Championship that took place in Dallas. Individually first place went to GM Andrey Stukopin, an UTB freshman from Russia majoring in international business, who finished undefeated, gathering 4.5 points in 5 rounds. In the classification ... more >>
Everyone is invited to the Career Exploration Expo to take advantage of the newly acquired Woofound Assessment tool. The Academic Advising Center, in conjunction with the Career Services office, now hosts the Woofound Career Exam, a fun and easy to use tool that ... more >>
Students who are enrolled UT Brownsville for Spring 2015 who are in good academic standing will be automatically admitted to The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. We need your help ensuring our current students are informed with the latest information to be prepared for registration. Here’s how ... more >>
The University Library is hosting a series of instructional sessions throughout the Fall 2014 semester. The sessions are open to the entire academic community. All sessions are held at the University Library, Room 1.118.
Mondays and Tuesdays10 a.m. Basic Library ... more >>
use the computer lab to prepare for UTRGV. The lab is intended for staff members only.
The Lab is Opened Every Tuesday and Friday from 1-5 p.m.
Location: at The Woods Training Lab
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 >>
Free flu vaccines will be provided while supplies last. Employees will need to bring an ID and their Blue Cross Blue Shield card. ... 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.
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 >>
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 >>
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 REK! The Campus Suicide Prevention Program is hosting weekly yoga classes from 5:30-6:30 p.m. every Tuesday at REK to promote well-being on campus. Students, faculty and staff of all levels of yoga are welcome! Classes are held with certified instructor ... 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
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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