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University of Texas at El Paso

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Founded 1914 as the State School of Mines and Metallurgy.

Location:
El Paso, TX

Founding Date:
1913

Team:
Miners

Mascot:
Pay Dirt Pete

Enrollment:
18,500

Official Website:
http://www.utep.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ana Alicia
Actor
12-Dec-1956   Melissa Gioberti on Falcon Crest
Nate Archibald
Basketball
2-Sep-1948   NBA Hall of Famer
Ronald D. Coleman
Politician
29-Nov-1941   Congressman from Texas, 1983-97
John Cook
Politician
27-Feb-1946   Mayor of El Paso
Sam Donaldson
Journalist
11-Mar-1934   ABC newscaster, sheep rancher
James K. Hunt
Business
c. 1950   THL Credit Group
Susana Martinez
Politician
14-Jul-1959   Governor of New Mexico
Don Maynard
Football
25-Jan-1935   NFL Hall of Famer
David M. McClanahan
Business
c. 1949   CEO of CenterPoint Energy
Jerry I. Porras
Business
c. 1938   Professor of Organizational Behavior, Stanford
John Rechy
Author
10-Mar-1934   City of Night
Silvestre Reyes
Politician
10-Nov-1944   Congressman, Texas 16th
Nolan Richardson
Basketball
27-Dec-1941   Arkansas Head Coach, 1985-2002
Ruben Salazar
Journalist
3-Mar-1928 29-Aug-1970 L.A. Times reporter killed on the job

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Larry L. Palmer
Diplomat
c. 1948   US Ambassador to Honduras, 2002-05

COACHES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tim Floyd
Basketball
25-Feb-1954   USC Head Coach
Billy Gillispie
Basketball
7-Nov-1959   Former basketball coach, Texas Tech
Don Haskins
Basketball
14-Mar-1930 7-Sep-2008 UTEP Head Basketball Coach, 1961-99
Mike Price
Football
6-Apr-1946   UTEP Head Coach
Andy Reid
Football
19-Mar-1958   Coach, Kansas City Chiefs


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