CHTL Resource Incorporated into UTEP Centennial

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 6, 2013
Ency
El Paso, Texas – Last fall, the Center for History Teaching & Learning announced that it had created a new web page containing resources for learning more about UTEP’s history. This year, we are pleased to report that UTEP’s Centennial Office has used the page to create a new resource on “How to Research UTEP History” as part of its UTEP Encyclopedia.

The new page provides quick tips for learning the basics of UTEP history as well as links to relevant reading, archives, and museums. The page also provides access to numerous primary sources on UTEP’s history, such as transcripts of interviews with faculty and alumni, past editions of The Prospector and alumni magazines, and previous school catalogs.

The page will be a valuable resource for students, faculty, alumni, and friends of the University who want to learn more about UTEP’s history and its connections with the Paso del Norte region and the state of Texas.

The Center for History Teaching & Learning is a division of UTEP’s History Department created to promote scholarly teaching among department faculty, support teacher education among our students, and provide outreach and professional development opportunities for area social studies teachers.

For more information please visit utep.edu/chtl, send an email to chtl@utep.edu, or call 915-747-5878.

LINKS

“How to Research UTEP History” Page
http://encyclopedia.utep.edu/index.php/How_to_Research_UTEP_History

Center for History Teaching & Learning
www.utep.edu/chtl

UTEP Centennial Celebration
UTEP100years.com

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