The Director of the Institute of Social Sciences met with Bachelor of Philosophy students

During the meeting, the University Secretary-General called on students and teachers to express their concerns to the new director.

Durango horn

The Secretary General of the University of Juarez in the State of Durango, Julio Gerardo Lozoya Vélez, accompanied by the General Secretary of Administration, Victor Manuel Aguilar Barraza, and the Director of the Institute of Social Sciences, Mitzi Agnelli Quinones Marin, presented to teachers and students of the Bachelor of Philosophy, with the aim of knowing and addressing some concerns related to the beginning of the year. Next semester.

During the meeting, the Secretary-General called on students and teachers to express their concerns to the new director. “This meeting seeks to remove existing concerns regarding the new academic year and facilities; that is why the Under-Secretary-General for Administration accompanies us. Do not hesitate to contact Mitzi Quiñones. The Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy is part of the Institute of Social Sciences, so it is important To know her fears and look for the most relevant solution. “Since its inception, this degree has received the support of the central administration and at this time it will not be the exception.”

For her part, the director of the center thanked the students and teachers for their attendance, stressing the importance of the meeting. “I appreciate the approach you have taken with us. I have recently been appointed Director of the Institute of Social Sciences. There is a lot of work to be done both in the Institute and in the Bachelor’s Degree. That is why we decided to hold this meeting, under the guidance of Rector Ruben,” Quiñones Marin said. Solís Ríos, we seek to strengthen this profession so that it can establish itself within the educational offer of UJED.”

See also  UCR launched Martín Tetaz at number two on Maria Eugenia Vidal's list | The liberal right has a rival in the CABA

In this context, Undersecretary of the Public Ministry for Administrative Affairs, Victor Aguilar Barraza, listened to the needs of students, such as updating the infrastructure of furniture and maintaining bathrooms and classrooms, as well as hiring cleaners for the facilities.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *