(Espa├▒ol) LA UMH PUBLICA LA CONVOCATORIA DE PLAZAS PARA PARTICIPAR EN EL PROGRAMA DE COOPERACI├ôN DE LA UMH EN RUANDA
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The Center for Development Cooperation and Volunteerism and the Vice Rectorate for International Relations of the UMH, in collaboration with the NGO Entreculturas, present the Somos Migrantes (We are Migrants) exhibition. This exhibition is on display in the ground floor Hall of the Arenals┬áBuilding (Elche campus) through May 21, 2016.
The collection consists of 36 photographs and strives to portray the life of persons who migrate in search of protection and a better quality of life along migratory routes such as that along the Mexican-US border, the fence separating Spain from Morocco, the sea crossing of the Strait of Gibraltar, and the route from Syria towards the Greek islands and Europe.
Professors Valerijs Nikiforovs and Karina Ostapenias from the Baltic International Academy (BIA) of Riga, Latvia visited the Miguel Hern├índez University of Elche on April 18 to learn more about the quality accreditation system at the Elche institution.
The Latvian university representatives were welcomed by Inmaculada Blaya, director of the Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism. David Le├│n, director of the UMH Service of Quality, showed them the quality accreditation operations and the computer applications used by said service.
Due to interest shown by professor Karina Ostapenias to delve further into research topics related to psychology, Juan Carlos Marzo, director of the UMH Health Psychology Department, met with professor Ostapenias and they discussed scientific publications in the field of psychology.
Both universities maintain a collaboration agreement as part of the Erasmus+ program, which permits mobility between undergraduate students of journalism, fine arts, and business administration and management.