The graduation of 29 engineering, biology and mathematics professors from a six-week course here Wednesday signals the successful international collaboration between Arizona State University and the Tecnológico Nacional de México.
Mitzi Vilchis, a secondary education major who graduated from Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College this year, was recently named a Fulbright grantee. She will travel to Mexico this fall to begin teaching English to schoolchildren. “I am still waiting for my official assignment to a state and city," Vilchis said, "but I am very excited about my side project that I will do while there,”
Por segundo año consecutivo se lleva a cabo el Programa de Movilidad Internacional, con el propósito actualizar metodologías y técnicas didácticas, a la vez que se adquieren nuevas competencias en el conocimiento de la lengua inglesa y la cultura de los Estados Unidos de América.
Mastering advanced teaching methods and exploring the latest in technology-infused classroom practices is the intent of an international Arizona State University program that graduated 150 Mexican teachers here Tuesday.
The International Sensors, Signal Processing and Communications Workshop, held last month at Arizona State University, brought together government, industry and academic leaders from the United States and Mexico to share new signal/information processing research and identify collaborations that can meet the challenges of an increasingly digital world.
A four-panel forum meets today in the Mexican city of Culiacan, Sinaloa to discuss security, education, corruption and natural gas. Participants will include Héctor Moreira Rodríguez from Arizona State University, sub-secretary for hydrocarbons for the Secretary of Energy under President Vicente Fox and member of the board of directors for Pemex.