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Domínguez-Cuenca, María de los Angeles

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Angeles Domínguez is Associate Dean of Faculty Development of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, professor and researcher of the School of Humanities and Education, and professor of the Department of Technological Sciences of Monterrey. She obtained a degree in Industrial Physical Engineering from the Tecnológico de Monterrey and a doctorate in Mathematics Education from the University of Syracuse, New York. For his research, he is a member of the National System of Researchers, SNI-2 (2020-2023). His main areas of research are: a) interdisciplinary education, b) gender studies in STEM, and c) faculty development. He is interested in supporting the growth of teachers (in teaching, research, professional and personal). In addition to fostering a broader vision of science through applications and integration with other disciplines. This vision of science also seeks equity and inclusion. Angeles is a group leader in projects on gender studies in STEM, interdisciplinary modeling, and health learning communities. For his interest in the participation of women in science, he has participated in the 1000Girls-1000Futures program of the Global STEM Alliance since 2015. He participates in several international projects, the most recent being the project "Building the future of Latin America: Engaging women into STEM"with a fund from the European Union ERASMUS + in which 15 universities from 10 countries (5 European and 10 Latin American universities) participate. In addition, her commitment to promote the dissemination of knowledge has led her to assume (current) managerial roles in groups and associations (ICTMA, Latin American Coordinator of Teachers Teaching with Technology, IMMC and REDIIEN).
Angeles Domínguez is Associate Dean of Faculty Development of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, professor and researcher of the School of Humanities and Education, and professor of the Department of Technological Sciences of Monterrey. She obtained a degree in Industrial Physical Engineering from the Tecnológico de Monterrey and a doctorate in Mathematics Education from the University of Syracuse, New York. For his research, he is a member of the National System of Researchers, SNI-2 (2020-2023). His main areas of research are: a) interdisciplinary education, b) gender studies in STEM, and c) faculty development. He is interested in supporting the growth of teachers (in teaching, research, professional and personal). In addition to fostering a broader vision of science through applications and integration with other disciplines. This vision of science also seeks equity and inclusion. Angeles is a group leader in projects on gender studies in STEM, interdisciplinary modeling, and health learning communities. For his interest in the participation of women in science, he has participated in the 1000Girls-1000Futures program of the Global STEM Alliance since 2015. He participates in several international projects, the most recent being the project “Building the future of Latin America: Engaging women into STEM”with a fund from the European Union ERASMUS + in which 15 universities from 10 countries (5 European and 10 Latin American universities) participate. In addition, her commitment to promote the dissemination of knowledge has led her to assume (current) managerial roles in groups and associations (ICTMA, Latin American Coordinator of Teachers Teaching with Technology, IMMC and REDIIEN).

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