Richard D. Pineda

Associate Professor at University of Texas at El Paso

500 W. University Ave, El Paso, Texas, United States
University of Texas at El Paso
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Last Updated 5/3/2016

General Information

Employment History

Associate Professor and Associate Director  - Communication Studies The University of Texas at El Paso


Eastwood High School

B.A.  - political science , Baylor University

M.A.  - communication , UTEP

Ph.D.  - communication , Wayne State University


Director  - Sam Donaldson Center for Communication Studies

Board Member  - Community Scholars Inc

Board Member  - Kleberg

Web References  

Intellectual Hunger

Several other speakers were on hand, from Rosa Guerrero, Jim Ward and Dr. Richard Pineda.
Pineda, a professor at UTEP, spoke on identity: El Paso's own identity and how others identify El Paso. There is an intellectual hunger for ideas in El Paso. TEDx gives people a platform to express and empower others. It encourages you to engage in conversation after the talks and it's so interesting to see what people talk about." Pineda explained that those not familiar with the TED series should go to the website ( and look up any topic they'd like to learn more about.

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Remembering Maceo C. Dailey Jr. | Humanities Texas

'He was very much committed to the idea that the African American presence was always significant in El Paso and worked very hard to make sure people knew about that presence and understood the historical significance of that presence in the community,' said his friend and colleague Richard Pineda, interim chair of the communications department at UTEP."

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Editors and editorial board | American Forensic Association

Richard D. Pineda: University of Texas-El Paso

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