UAdeC places a corridor for university women in science

UAdeC places a corridor for university women in science


This Monday the Corridor of University Women in Science was placed in the Autonomous University of Coahuila, as a recognition to the institution’s researchers.

The opening ceremony, held on the esplanade of the Camporredondo Unit, was attended by the rector Octavio Pimentel; the Secretary of Labor, Nazira Zogbi Castro; the head of the Coahuilense Women’s Institute, Katy Salinas Pérez; the director of Research and Postgraduate Studies, Cristóbal Aguilar González, as well as professors and researchers.

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This initiative, which coincides with the International Day of Women and Girls in Science and is part of the UAdeC Women’s Agenda 2024, Its objective is to highlight the work of the institution’s women researchers, who with their work, knowledge, effort, tenacity and creativity contribute to the understanding and solution of various problems in society.

The corridor, located in the hallway and the clothesline in the garden in front of the “Emilio J. Talamás” Seminar Room, exhibits the photographs and information of outstanding researchers from different disciplines, as well as the names of more than 300 researchers who are part of the Research and Postgraduate register of the Universityd.

During his speech, rector Pimentel Martínez stated that this activity is a tribute and support to the women of the institution, with the commitment to continue recognizing and making visible their important work.

For her part, the Secretary of Labor, Nazira Zogbi, who is a graduate of the UAdeC, celebrated these actions that highlight the work of women researchers and that offer a perspective on the management of Rector Pimentel.

The corridor will remain installed during this week and includes banners and QR codes so that those interested can learn about the research career of several prominent doctors, including Dr. Martha Patricia Nava Hernández, Dr. Rosa María Rodríguez Jasso, Dr. Ana Iliná, Dr. Mónica Lizeth Chávez González, Dr. Reyna Elizabeth Rodríguez Pérez, Dr. Ma. de Jesús Soria Aguilar, Dr. Claudia Magdalena López Badillo, Dr. Antonia Martínez Luévanos, Dr. Ruth Elizabeth Belmares Cerda and Dr. Lourdes Morales Oyervides.



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