The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

 Reymundo Ortiz, a UTRGV psychology student and U.S. Army veteran, will study the effects of PTSD on veterans, this summer at Syracuse University in New York, as part of a National Science Foundation-funded project. (UTRGV Photo by Paul Chouy)

UTRGV psychology student to conduct NSF-funded research on trauma this summer

05.26.2017

Reymundo Ortiz is pursuing his dream of helping fellow veterans this summer.

(UTRGV Archive Photo by David Pike)

Greater Texas Foundation renews scholarship, retention program

05.26.2017

UTRGV is one of eight Texas universities that will receive funding over eight years to support graduates of Texas Early College High School programs.

Strategic Plan

Follow along as we develop our founding Strategic Plan

05.14.2017

The development of our founding strategic plan is well underway. This is a campus-wide initiative, and you can follow the progress and provide input and feedback on the strategic planning process website by clicking above.

Press Releases

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UTRGV to receive almost $14M in federal funding for Upward Bound programs across the Valley

MISSION, TEXAS – MAY 26, 2017 – The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley will receive nine federal grants worth almost $14 million over the next five years, to help Valley high school students prepare for and enter college.
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UTRGV psychology student to conduct NSF-funded research on trauma this summer

EDINBURG, TEXAS – MAY 26, 2017 – Reymundo Ortiz is pursuing his dream of helping fellow veterans this summer.
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UTRGV computer science, art students share their prototypes at Game Showcase

RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS – MAY 26, 2016 – Avid video gamers and students at UTRGV found themselves running from encounters with scary clowns in “Hellstorm” to protecting a sweetheart from evil in a survival game, “Call of Candy: Modern Marshmallow.”
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Greater Texas Foundation renews scholarship, retention program

RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS – MAY 24, 2017 – UTRGV is one of eight Texas universities that will receive funding over eight years to support graduates of Texas Early College High School programs.
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Peace Corps and UTRGV announce new Peace Corps Prep program

RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS – MAY 19, 2017 – The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and the Peace Corps have announced a new partnership centered on an undergraduate certificate program called Peace Corps Prep.
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Peace Corps and UTRGV announce new Peace Corps Prep program

REYNOSA, Mexico — Residents in this border city quickly took refuge indoors as the familiar echo of gun battles and odor of burning vehicles hung in the early morning air.
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Abbott tells local officials to step up Zika efforts

Gov. Greg Abbott and Texas Department of State Health Services Commissioner John Hellerstedt were in Brownsville on Friday to deliver an emphatic message to local officials: Get the jump on Zika before it gets the jump on us.
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Crawfish integrated into UTRGV community garden

Students on Wednesday at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley integrated crawfish with its community vegetable garden.
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Gov. Abbott Attends Zika Conference at UTRGV

BROWNSVILLE – Governor Greg Abbott is asking local Rio Grande Valley leaders to be ready for mosquito season, given the continued threat of Zika.
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UTRGV symposium targets teaching innovation, enhanced learning outcomes

More than 100 faculty and staff members from the Brownsville, Harlingen and Edinburg campuses of The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley participated in the first Teaching and Learning Symposium held May 5 at the Edinburg Campus.
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