Adriana Cristina Prieto Moreno, a Finance, Government and International Relations graduate, will be part of the program seeking to train and form innovative leaders.
The course was imparted by Professors Ricardo Melo, Alejandro Acevedo, and Carlos Rojas, under the direction of the Specialization in International Cooperation and Project Management for Development.
The Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty, with support from the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), offers this course to study the conditions of good governance of extractive revenues; mainly, those pertaining to the General Royalties System (SGR).
The Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty invites to the presentation of the research manual “Gobernanza de la Innovación” (Governance of innovation), edited by Stefan Kuhlmann, Professor at the University of Twente (Netherlands) and Gonzalo Ordoñez Matamoros, Professor of the Externado de Colombia University.
The event took place at El Alcazar Recreational site and was attended by the Faculty Dean, Roberto Hinestrosa.
The Externadista obtained the award for her work “Assessment of the Colombian policy on universal Internet access: evidence of the significance of institutional design.”
Finance, Government and International Relations Professors, Paula Ruiz and Margarita Marín, presented a book seeking to change the international cooperation vision in the country.
First Finance, Government, and International Relations Alumni Reunion.
Unlike the violence in the armed conflict, Bogotá suffers a high rate of citizen intolerance reflected in brawls, fights, and family and community assaults. In 2016, there were 48 daily reports of sexually abused minors and 124 victims of personal injury.
Online Information Session September 7.