María Dolores García, UCAM's president, received the award from the Murcia Radio and Television Association in recognition of the work of the UCAM founder in favour of the audiovisual sector, both academically and professionally
It will be held in February 2024 at the campus of Los Jerónimos with the aim of addressing psychogeriatrics, a growing field due to the ageing of the population
María Dolores García, UCAM president, kept the founder of the Universidad Católica de Murcia very much in mind in her speech at the Solemn Opening Ceremony of the Academic Year 2023-2024, in which the number of students has exceeded 23,000. The Eucharist was officiated by the Bishop of Cartagena, José Manuel Lorca, and the Opening Lecture was given by the expert in Civil Economy, Stefano Zamagni
The Universidad Católica de Murcia and the Spanish Olympic Committee, with the cooperation of Shorai –a leading second career project, are launching a pioneering initiative to serve as a meeting point between the world of sports and entrepreneurship.
• His widow, María Dolores García, current President of the Universidad Católica, received the highest award of the International Festival of Cante de las Minas surrounded by his children and the warmth of the town of La Unión. • `The alliance with the UCAM is one of the best things that has happened to this Festival’, remarked Joaquín Zapata, highlighting the boost to flamenco training and research provided by the Chair in Flamencology.
The UCAM professor of Developmental Biology has had an intense day of work at the Universidad Católica de Murcia including a meeting with the president, María Dolores García, the first since the death of the founder of the University. They have expressed their complete willingness to continue making progress with current research and new projects to address some of the major health problems that plague humanity.
The Temple of the Los Jerónimos Monastery hosted its first institutional act without the founder of the Universidad Católica de Murcia, José Luis Mendoza, who passed away last January. His memory has been very present during the commemorative acts of the patron saint of the institution, presided over by María Dolores García.