Vice-President of the Inclusion, Social Impact and Sustainability Department at Tecnológico de Monterrey.
Cesar Lucio to introduce Keynote Speaker & lead Q&A at the end
Professor at the Tecnológico de Monterrey for 30 years. She has contributed to the curricular design and direction of several academic projects of Tec de Monterrey related to Humanities, including: Master and PhD Degree in Humanistic Studies, Convergent Media and Journalism Master Degree, Curricular component of Humanistic and Citizen Training.
She earned his Master and Doctorate degrees in Hispanic Studies from the University of Pennsylvania. She also participated in both «Narratologies Contemporaines» and «Pour une épistémologie du littéraire» CRAL research seminars, at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales-Paris. Since 2012, she has participated in the UNESCO-Tecnologico de Monterrey on Ethics and Culture of Peace for the achievement of human rights. Her most recent research works focus on contemporary narrative practices, their relationship with visual culture, and with peace study. She has supported the main initiatives to strengthen the gender perspective in all areas of the Tecnológico de Monterrey.
Title: The university as a learning community. What do Diversity, Equity and Inclusion bring to the table?
1. Analyze the implications of understanding the university as a learning community
2. Explain why Diversity,Equity and Inclusion policies and practices enhance our learning
3. Share Tecnologico de Monterrey’s experience on these issues, focusing on challenges and