Microsoft’s President Visits UTEP


Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, visited the University of Texas at El Paso campus on March 19 to deliver a Centennial Lecture on “The Impact of Artificial Intelligence: What Will It Mean for the Future of Jobs?” and to visit with students. Prior to his Centennial Lecture, Smith spoke with computer science and business students […]

Now Hiring – Open Rank Position In Cyber Security


THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE ASSISANT/ASSOCIATE/FULL PROFESSOR POSITION DESCRIPTION:  The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) is seeking an excellent scholar to advance our cybersecurity research and education priorities. The position is open rank (commensurate with experience) and spans all areas related to cybersecurity. For senior (Associate/Full) […]

Distinguished Speaker Seminar – Dr. Kamau Bobb

dr-kamau-bobb-banner-2-01s2 Equity and Computing in an Era of Chaos DR. KAMAU BOBB, COLLEGE OF COMPUTING, SENIOR DIRECTOR FOR CONSTELLATIONS, GEORGIA TECH Abstract Dr. Bobb will discuss the national challenge of establishing equity in computing education in a time of deep social and political divisions. The demand for a technical and talented workforce, particularly in computing, […]



“It’s exciting and it’s dangerous.” That’s how Ernesto Arreola describes our current state of connectivity in the world. The Information Security Assurance Manager for the City of El Paso was one of 23 attendees at the first community cybersecurity workshop at UTEP in August. The interactive session took place inside the newly established Center for […]

Smart Cities Grant Fosters International Collaborations


An interdisciplinary team from The University of Texas at El Paso led by Natalia Villanueva Rosales, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to fund an Interdisciplinary Research Experience for Students (IRES) Program. The $239,000 grant will … [Read More]