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UTRGV student Brandon Lau talks about his group's research project with Robert Kaplan, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, during the Border Economic Development and Entrepreneurship Symposium (BEDES) hosted by UTRGV, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas-San Antonio Branch, and the McAllen Chamber of Commerce. The symposium was held Friday, Dec. 1, at the Embassy Suites in McAllen. (UTRGV Photo by Paul Chouy)

Cross-border trade, regional growth hot topics at 2017 BEDES seminar

12.01.2017

Current economic conditions and the implications of monetary policy were prime topics of the annual Border Economics, Development and Entrepreneurship Symposium (BEDES), held Dec. 1 at Embassy Suites Hotel in McAllen.

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Holiday Contest Offers a Sweet Distraction from Studies

11.30.2017

UTRGV students got a break from their studies and a chance to show off their creative skills during a gingerbread house decorating contest held at the Brownsville Campus on Thursday.

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MAYA

MAYA Hidden Worlds Revealed

This remarkable exhibit, created by the Science Museum of Minnesota, gives our communities of the Rio Grande Valley a unique opportunity to discover a lost civilization. The ancient Maya are one of the most complex and advanced civilizations of the ancient world, known for their monumental architecture, distinctive art and intricate knowledge of astronomy and time.