April-June 2014 Newsletter

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April-June 2014 newsletter for the General Coordination of Cooperation and Internationalization of the Autonomous University of Yucatan

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April-June 2014 Newsletter

  1. 1. Currently, the CI at UADY occupies spaces located on the third floor of the Library of the Campus of Economic and Administra- tive Social Sciences and Humanities. For new pro- jects, the representative of HANBAN emphasized that" this demonstrates the commitment of UADY; "he also revealed that a fellowship between the State of Yucatán and the Chinese province of Anhui is expected" which will generate greater con- tact between universities and education of both countries." Mérida, Yucatán May 14, 2014 - . Within the framework of the visit to this city of Wang Yongli, deputy director of the Office for Teaching Chinese Man- darin (HANBAN), plans and projects for the expansion of the Con- fucius Institute (CI) of the Autonomous University of Yucatan (UADY) were an- nounced. The official announce- ment was made following a meeting with the presi- dent of UADY Alfredo Dá- jer Abimerhi and mem- bers of the International Council of Confucius Insti- tutes (HANBAN). Andrés Aluja Schune- mann, General Coordina- tor of Cooperation and Internationalization at UADY, said the CI will mo- ve to the former Faculty of Education , which will have new facilities on the campus of Economic and Administrative Social Sciences and Humanities. "As a result of the change, the CI will grow and share spaces with the Institutio- nal Centre for Languages (CIL by its Spanish acronym) at UADY " reite- rated the coordinator. The Autonomous University of Yucatan (UADY) unani- mously approved the creation of the Inter-institutional Curriculum for the Habitat Sciences Ph.D. program pro- posed by the Faculty of Architecture which will be held jointly with the Autonomous University of San Luis Po- tosí (UASLP). Thus UADY increased to 7 the number of its Ph.D. pro- grams. The other 6 are: Social Sciences, Health Scien- ces, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Tropical Resour- ces Management, Chemical and Biochemical Scien- ces, Anthropology and Engineering; UADY also offers 21 master's studies and 28 specializations. The Ph.D. is aimed at teachers in habitat disciplines such as Architecture, Habitat Design, Graphic De- sign, Construction, Planning, Conservation, Restora- tion Heritage, Visual Arts and Industrial Design, among other disciplines. E x p a n s i o n o f t h e C o n f u c i u s I n s t i t u t e a t U A D Y a n n o u n c e d T h e n u m b e r o f U A D Y ´ s P h . D . p r o g r a m s i n c r e a s e d t o 7 A U T O N O M O U S U N I V E R S I T Y O F Y U C A T A N General Coordination of Cooperation and internationalization April-June 2014
  2. 2. Mérida, Yucatán June 2, 2014 - . This Monday in the Manuel Ce- peda Peraza Auditorium in the Central Building, Alfredo Dájer Abimerhi, President of the Au- tonomous University of Yuca- tán, declared the official ope- ning the Institutional Com- mittee for the Care of Severe Weather (CIAFEME by its Spa- nish acronym) at UADY. In the event, Dajer Abimerhi said that each year the institu- tion must prepare in order to strengthen the culture of pre- vention, give greater security to the community and the infras- tructure of the Autonomous University of Yucatán, “in the same way as last year, today we reinstall the CIAFEME to opera- te specifically during the 2014 hurricane season which ends on November 30." He noted that the committee is a collegial body established to safeguard the physical integrity of those who work and study at the University , as well as health facilities, goods and infor- mation from the institution to the possibility of risk , emergency or disaster that may occur due to weather extreme . Dájer Abimerhi said that the work of this committee is to coordinate and organize the pro- cesses of the design, dissemina- tion, implementation and evalua- tion of strategies aimed at pro- moting a culture of prevention. He also explained that the agency is working in coordination with the Institutional Committee for Civil Protection as well as with sub-committees of each school, colleges and workplaces of the University, " the goal is to coordi- nate and implement strategies from early warnings or email , and thereby reduce the risks with fast , effective and timely action , we want an informed community ." He also explained that the agency is working in coordina- tion with the Institutional Com- mittee for Civil Protection as well as with sub-committees of each school, colleges and workplaces of the University, " the goal is to coordinate and implement strategies from early warnings or email , and thereby reduce the risks with fast , effective and timely ac- tion , we want an informed community ." nish acronym) Association of Colleges and Tlaxcala, during the 8 and 9 of last May. Andrea Bates Maldonado, gene- ral manager; Ángel Vázquez Cas- tilla and Esteban Hernández Mo- reno, finance ; Patricia Moreno Díaz , production ; Doris Ceballos Camargo and Emmanuel Lugo Gonzalez, marketing; and Alejan- dro Gonzalez Giovaneetti, sales, Mérida , Yucatán, May 22, 2014 - . "Dulce Vida", oat bar, chia, flax seeds and honey, a product made by students of the School of Ac- counting and Administration of the Autonomous University of Yucatan (UADY) achieved second place, in the category of interme- diate technology entrepreneurs in a contest organized by the Natio- nal School of Accounting and Ad- ministration (ANFECA by its Spa- make up the winning team of UADY and are now designing a strategy to increase the marketing of the pro- duct that is already circulating in the local market . C I A F E M E , n e w p r e v e n t i o n t o o l U A D Y e n t r e p r e n e u r s s h i n e i n N a t i o n a l C o m p e t i t i o n P a g e 2
  3. 3. via a Smartphone or one ta- blet , making use of an appli- cation. He stressed that "this system of home device con- trol through a Smartphone is in 'pilot' and its commerciali- zation should be completed in a period of three months." "We, however, propose that the installation should be per- formed by any person, through an application availa- ble at an affordable cost, so the user will have control over the On and Off functions of the living room, kitchen, bedrooms, etc." Jose de Jesus Dzib said the support and encouragement of the members of the acade- mic staff of the Faculty of En- gineering made this idea pos- sible. "Thanks to the training and learning it was possible to develop this type of tech- nology," he added . He said that regardless of continuing his studies he and his colleagues already have an office in Mexico City whe- re telephone companies have included and offer them the necessary support. He reca- lled that this initiative was already winning and it was nationally recognized and has even won awards as the event " ICT America" ??and said the device is also a fina- list in a contest for business innovation 2014 whose win- ner will be announced shortly. "We also had the opportuni- ty to go to Boston, specifically the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in order to participate in another con- test also seeking support for the company." Mérida, Yucatán, May 20, 2014 -. Students of Mechatro- nics Engineering at the Auto- nomous University of Yucatan (UADY) designed and manu- factured a device for home automation and energy effi- ciency, which expects to be marketed in three months. This technological innovation was created by José Dzib Sán- chez, Moisés Armando Pech Córdova y Henry Javier Se- rrano Echeverría cofounders of the company "Vanderdroid". Dzib Sanchez explained that in addition to the automated control in homes, the device can exert control and care of electronic devices and custo- mize the use of any and all facilities. To this end, stu- dents of the Faculty of Engi- neering designed new gene- ration plates or dampers which can be connected to a router via WIFI system so that anyone can use it. "With this device, the ap- pliances in the homes are protected of potential over- voltage," said the UADY stu- dent adding that the devices that are connected to their gadget and can be controlled from anywhere in the world U A D Y s t u d e n t s d e s i g n d e v i c e f o r h o m e a u t o m a t i o n a n d e n e r g y s a v i n g P a g e 3
  4. 4. Facebook /UadyGlobal Twitter @uadyglobal YouTube UADY GLOBAL We are pleased to share with you our official social media profiles. Through these platforms we will be reporting on calls for scholarships for postgraduate studies; compe- titions of national and inter- national nature; news on the internationalization of the Autonomous University of Yucatan; among other con- tents of interest. Join us in the conversation! UADY Global, the information and images present- ed in this newsletter belong to the Autonomous University of Yucatan (UADY). We will like to thank the UADY’s Office of Press for their contribution to the content. G E N E R A L C O O R D I N A T I O N O F C O O P E R A T I O N A N D I N T E R N A T I O N A L I Z A T I O N U A D Y G l o b a l g o e s s o c i a l www.uadyglobal.uady.mx/en Address: Biblioteca de Área de Ciencias Sociales Km.1 Carretera Mérida- Tizimín Mérida, Yucatán, México E-mail: uadyglobal@uady.mx Telephone: 01 (999) 928 27 11 ext. 1351

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