Raymond “Tipper” Rumpf, Ph.D., professor of electrical and computer engineering at The University of Texas at El Paso, was inducted into the Florida Institute of Technology Career Hall of Fame for his pioneering research at UTEP and extraordinary contributions to the engineering and manufacturing industries.
“Roadtrip Nation: At Your Fingertips,” a new PBS documentary fueled by the National Science Foundation, features  Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs Ann Gates, Ph.D. The film follows three young adults, eager to learn more about the opportunities in the computer science industry, as they interview inspiring professionals in the field. Gates, executive director of the Computing Alliance of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (CAHSI), provides insight on why underrepresented groups are a key part in driving the computer science industry forward.
The partnership between the College of Engineering at The University of Texas at El Paso and the Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague, continues to grow through the universities’ dual master’s degree program and newly proposed digital twin laboratory.
OUR SUCCESS STORIES: Luis Fernando Aranda | B.S. in Mechanical Engineering

“My experiences at UTEP revealed to me that I’m passionate about robotics, biomedical engineering, prosthetic designs and utilizing engineering skills in the medical field. I would recommend UTEP Engineering to anyone.“
Three students from Engineering Leadership at The University of Texas at El Paso have accumulated over $1,100 for their participation at the El Paso Strong Hackathon, Mike Loya Center for Innovation and Commerce (MLCIC) Studio G Business Competition, and Launchpad Startup Weekend Southwest: Celebrating Women Entrepreneurs (TechStars Startup Weekend).