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Las noticias más recientes, comentarios y análisis sobre las escuelas, colegios y universidades, educación superior y más extensa en la región y noticias sobre la enseñanza y la educación superior y su problemática alrededor del mundo.

October, 2016

  • 16 October

    How much is “some”?

    By: Miguel Urriza We´ve all heard or read about how English has become the lingua franca for business and trade. As a result, most jobs in Mexico and other countries require some level of proficiency in the language. Many employers advertise jobs that require the applicant to have 80% of …

  • 5 October

    Ohtli Award Bestowed Upon ICOE Migrant Education Program Director

    The Consulate of Mexico in Calexico and El Centro, CA bestowed one of its highest honors to Dr. Sandra Kofford; the prestigious National Ohtli Award. The Ohtli Award recognizes Mexican, Mexican-American, or Latino leaders whose efforts have contributed significantly to the empowerment of Mexican communities abroad. Ohtli is a Náhuatl …

September, 2016

  • 29 September

    Borderlands Institute to show documentary about the history of latino vote in the U.S.

    By: Mario Conde The San Diego State University Imperial Valley Campus Borderlands Institute, in collaboration with KPBS Latino Public Broadcasting, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, announced a free screening and discussion of the film, Willie Velasquez: Empowering the People. The screening will take place Friday, September 30, at 6:30 …

  • 28 September

    SDSU Research Foundation holds certification ceremony

    By: Mario Conde Students celebrated the culmination of months of work and received their Sustainable Power Plant Operation Certificate from the SDSU Research Foundation. Around 62 students celebrating the end of their time studying several subjects such as introduction to power plant, supervisory control and date acquisition, introduction to sustainable …

  • 13 September

    Analysis roundtable called “Challenges for Education of Baja California” took place

    By: Claudette Sánchez Mexicali, Baja California. August 14th, 2016.- The analysis table called ‘Challenges for Education of Baja California’ was carried out at CETYS University, Mexicali Campus, and organized by Senator Victor Hermosillo Celada. The main objective was to analyze the quality of education in the State, considering the main …

  • 7 September

    CETYS is looking for Engineers who will cause an impact among Industries in the region

    With the recent update to the Master’s Degree in Engineering and Innovation (MII), CETYS University is looking to provide highly qualified people in the development of engineering projects and cause a positive impact in the growth of the principal industrial sectors and strategic services in the country. The new scheme …

August, 2016

  • 17 August

    Driving Business Results through Project Management

    Project management can produce a series of benefits for organizations which in turn become measurable results that positively influence a business. Before we explain this, let’s define project management so we can all be in the same mind-set. According to the Project Management Institute (www.pmi.org), the world’s leading not-for-profit professional …

July, 2016

  • 18 July

    Dr. Martha Garcia a longtime employee of Imperial Valley College, and Jeff Enz now hold new administrative positions at the college

    Garcia is the Vice President for Student Services, replacing retiring Sergio Lopez, and Enz is the new Chief Technology Officer. Both were approved by the Board of Trustees at its June 15 meeting, where it acted upon recommendations from the Hiring Screening Committee. Both positions became effective July 1. “I …

  • 12 July

    Nine Scholarships were given to Imperial Valley Students by Mexican Consulate

    By: Mario Conde Calexico, CA.-  The Mexican consulate awarded nine scholarships this past Monday, June 27th, in an effort to support students of Mexican origin to continue with their higher education, through its Institute of Mexicans Abroad. Every year, the Mexican Consulate gives out scholarships to Imperial Valley students in …

  • 12 July

    I want to reconstruct the future

      Study Renewable Energy Engineering Certainly you have heard about global warming and the serious pollution problems that affect many countries including ours, this is why environmental care must be our priority nowadays. CETYS University joins the global efforts for a greener society with its new Renewable Energy Engineering major …

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