• July 21, 2019

Odessa American: UTPB

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Professor looks forward to new role

Not only is Michael Frawley about to become the dean of undergraduate student success at University of Texas Permian Basin, he has revealed his identity as the Fountain Duck.

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UTPB taps new College of Arts and Sciences dean

Scott McKay has been selected as the new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Texas Permian Basin. His appointment is effective July 15.

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PBAP awards scholarships to local colleges

The Permian Basin Association of Pipeliners awarded three higher education institutions with checks for $10,000 each for scholarships at each school.

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Choral workshop offers unique opportunity for conductors

A handful of choir conductors from around the Permian Basin got to learn from experts in their field as part of the West Texas Choral Workshop this week.

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OC, UTPB announce teacher program to curb shortage

Calling the teacher shortage in the Permian Basin a crisis, officials from Odessa College and University of Texas Permian Basin announced the OC2UTPB Teaching in 3 program Wednesday in the Zant Community Room at the Saulsbury Campus Center at OC.

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Music workshops set for teachers, students

Choir workshops for teachers and students are scheduled this month through the University of Texas Permian Basin music department.

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Wayland finds niche in facilities at UTPB

With his knowledge of architecture, University of Texas Permian Basin Associate Vice President of Facilities Management David Wayland has found a niche planning projects and seeing them through for the university.

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