Archives for July 2013

Wixabikla Helping Wixáritari Stay in School July 29, 2013

Three Guadalajara college students aim to improve educational opportunities for indigenous Wixáritari by providing bicycles for school transportation. Read the full article…

CREE = BELIEVE July 22, 2013

This is a story of hope, a story of one mother’s love, a tale of tragedy turned to triumph. This is the story of CREE, A.C. (BELIEVE). Read the full article…

Ramón de la Peña: Working to Enrich Mexico July 15, 2013

“I want to work to enrich my country.” This was the motivation that drove a teenaged Ramón de la Peña to study chemical engineering. Now 69, De la Peña cuts a distinguished figure behind the neatly organized desk in the Office of the Rector, roughly chancellor, of CEU (Centro de Estudios Universitarios ), a university […] Read the full article…

EGADE School of Business July 8, 2013

  EGADE. The name connotes prestige, academic excellence and bright professional futures. The acronym stands for Escuela Graduada de Administración de Empresas. Known as EGADE Business School in English, this graduate arm of Monterrey Tec, proudly touts its bragging rights. In 2012, Eduniversal which ranks business schools in over 150 countries, named EGADE #1 in […] Read the full article…

Don Eugenio and El Tec July 1, 2013

“Don’t give out wealth; give out work and you raise the community’s standard of living.” Those words, spoken by Eugenio Garza Sada, express the philosophy by which the entrepreneur lived an exceptional life during 81 years. Few people have had a more lasting influence in Monterrey than “Don Eugenio” who was kidnapped and killed by […] Read the full article…