Castrejón Caballero has been elected as the new interim director of ENAH

Mexico City (occasions). – From Monday the 16th of this month, the academic and mathematician José Luis Castrejon Caballero will serve as Interim Director, during the year 2023, of the INAH National School of Anthropology and History (ENAH).

The aforementioned, in an extraordinary session, the Technical Council of ENAH approved, by 14 votes in favor, with 1 abstention, the proposal of the Director General of INAH, Diego Prieto, that Castrejon Caballero perform this function.

And on December 23, the Federal Ministry of Culture reported that Hilario Tobit Lara had tendered his resignation as principal, leaving his position on December 31, 2022, after strong allegations by students throughout the year. Abandonment in which they confirmed that the educational institution is located.

In taking the oath, in compliance with the mandate and regulations of the INAH, Castrigon indicated that during his tenure he would endeavor to fulfill the obligations already undertaken, in particular on the occasion of the celebration of his eighty-fifth anniversary. of ENAH, as well as how to cooperate in the search for better working conditions for the academic and administrative staff of the study centre. And he said:

“ENAH is more vibrant than ever. Today we reaffirm our commitment to support its strengthening, continuity and independent school life.”

Likewise, it will be among his responsibilities to organize the hearing process for the selection of the person who will administer the ENAH, for the period 2024-2027, in accordance with its bylaws and statutes.

Castrejón Caballero, who assumes temporary ownership of this house of studies, has a degree in mathematics from the Faculty of Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), with specialization studies in applied statistics from the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Systems Research. .

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According to information from INAH, the new director of his school has a master’s degree in statistics and operations research, from UNAM, and in physical anthropology, from ENAH. He is also a PhD in Population Studies from El Colegio de México.

For more than two decades, he has served as a subject professor in the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences at UNAM and as a full-time research professor, title C, at ENAH, teaching subjects such as applied statistics in the social sciences, biostatistics, demography, quantitative analysis and demographic anthropology, among others. other.

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