Centennial Museum Exhibits



Visiting Exhibits


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As part of its on going Centennial Exhibit Series, the Centennial Museum and Welcome Center will present the new exhibit,


“UTEP in the News” features a collection of newsarticles and television footage about UTEP from local media outlets and UTEP’sown student-led publication, TheProspector, which has been in existence since 1915. Newspapers like the El Paso Times, El Paso Herald-Post and El Paso Inc.  are represented, as well the TV stations KVIA(ABC), KTSM (NBC), KFOX (FOX) and KINT (Univision). KINT also sponsored an interactiveanchor desk for the exhibit.

The exhibit demonstrates the bond between the Universityand the El Paso community. Through the years, the community has celebratedUTEP’s milestones and has followed the school through its different namechanges, different administrations and, of course, the 1966 NCAA Men’sBasketball Championship.

 






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“A Century of Transformations,” follows the Texas School of Mines and Metallurgy, which opened as a mining school in 1914, and evolved into the University of Texas at El Paso, a nationally recognized research university. It highlights the University’s rich history and traditions and also highlights significant milestones, distinguished alumni and powerful international connections. The exhibit will be on display throughout the Centennial Celebration and will come down on Jan. 15, 2015.

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Permanent Exhibits 




The Centennial Museum's permanent exhibits focus on the natural and cultural history of the Chihuahuan Desert. Current and previous temporary exhibits cover a range of topics about the border region and the Americas, or present the work of UTEP faculty and staff.

Direct all artifact research inquiries to:
Scott Cutler, Museum Curator
Telephone: 915-747-6668

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 Current Exhibits - Traveling exhibits from the U.S. and Mexico.


Prior Exhibits - Retrospective of exhibits at the Centennial Museum.


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