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The UTRGV Distinguished Alumni Award is the highest honor our alumni can receive. The award recognizes high-achieving individuals who stand out in their fields and have made significant contributions to society.
Here are the 2017 UTRGV Distinguished Alumni Award Honorees.

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The Office of Sustainability at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley held their annual Earth Fest, Wednesday, April 19, which brought sustainable living experts and representatives to the campus to promote how we can make a difference in our environment each day.

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UTRGV Continuing Education hosted the second annual Club Code UTRGV summit, Saturday, April 1, on the Brownsville Campus.

The 2017 summit is the culmination of months of training and practice by Brownsville ISD fourth- and fifth-grade students involved in on-campus coding clubs established with the help of Continuing Education’s Club Code UTRGV program.

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Four female Rio Grande Valley mayors shared their experiences as public officials at the “Mujeres in RGV Politics” panel, held March 30 at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

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UTRGV joined KRGV Channel 5, the Rio Grande Valley Diabetes Association, South Texas Health System, H-E-B and other organizations to host the inaugural Together For Our Health event Sunday, April 2, at the McAllen Convention Center.

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Dr. Alejandro Bocanegra, a second-year resident in the Family Medicine residency program at Doctors Hospital at Renaissance, has been named 2017 Resident of the Year by the National Hispanic Medical Association.

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Six #UTRGV students attended the annual Model United Nations conference in New York City, March 19-23, as part of a special topics in political science course that focused on the activities of the UN.

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The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. (AOTA) has named Dr. Shirley Wells, chair and associate professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, as one of the 100 Influential People in Occupational Therapy (OT).

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Dr. Matthew Christensen, professor of literature and cultural studies at UTRGV, has been selected as a 2017 American Council of Learned Societies Fellow.

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UTRGV hosted the first Latinos On Fast Track (LOFT) Coder Summit on Thursday, March 30, at the university’s Community Engagement and Student Success building in Edinburg.
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