Hòliba. MOTIVEM Awards.
…Human resources and corporate social responsibility. Office automation and information processing. Integral process of the commercial activity. Communication and customer service… Learn about: English language, Social responsibility, Customer service…
…Human resources and corporate social responsibility. Office automation and information processing. Integral process of commercial activity. Communication and customer service… Learn about: English language, Social responsibility, Customer service…
…Management of corporate legal documentation (4h/s.)English (5h/s.) Computer and information processing (6h/s.)Integral process of the commercial activity… Learn about: Computer applications, Notions of marketing, Accounting and taxation…
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Vice-Rector of Academic Planning and Teaching
I propose that, in order to understand the reproduction of racialized inequality and the operation of racism, it is necessary to appreciate how the intersection society-space accumulates racialized dimensions throughout history. In Colombia, the racialized differences that were emerging and taking shape in the colonial order were at the same time acquiring spatialized dimensions. This article first addresses the theoretical society-space relationship and then describes the historical processes by which racialized differences were acquiring regional dimensions in Colombia. It shows how these racialized regional structures influence racialized social relations through border colonization and migration to the cities. The conclusion reflects on the Colombian nation as an entity constituted by relational dynamics that have both spatialized and racialized dimensions.
I propose that, to understand the reproduction of racialized inequality and the operation of racism, we must appreciate how the intersection of society and space historically ac- cumulates racialized dimensions. In Colombia, the racialized differences that emerged and took shape in the colonial order simultaneously acquired spatial dimensions. In this article, I first address the theoretical relationship between society and space and then describe the historical processes by which racialized differences acquired regional dimensions in Colombia. I show how these racialized structures of region influence racialized social relations, through frontier colonization and urban migration. The conclusion reflects on the Colombian nation seen as an entity constituted by relational dynamics that have both spatialized and racialized dimensions.
José María García-Blanco Oyarzábal (July 11, 1898, Ronda, Málaga – January 30, 1973, Valencia) was a researcher and professor of Physiology and Biochemistry at the Universities of Santiago de Compostela, Salamanca and Valencia.
Once graduated and during the academic year 1920-1921, he had his first contact with the JAE working in the Laboratory of Biological Chemistry of Professor José Rodríguez Carracido at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Madrid, where he coincided with Antonio Madinaveitia Tabuyo and where he made his debut publishing a paper on the techniques of the Folin and Wu analytical system, which at that time were beginning to invade clinical laboratories.[note 2
During the months he remained in the capital he was selected by Juan Negrín to join the team working in the Physiology Laboratory of the Residencia de Estudiantes, but in September he was granted the pension and returned to Germany.[note 5] From October 1924 he was with Professor Thannhauser at the Polyclinic-Medical of the University of Heidelberg and in July 1925, his pension was extended for six months.  In this extra time, he takes advantage of this extra time at the same university to study with Professor and Director of Clinical Medicine Ludolf von Krehl and to do research in collaboration with Professor Eugen Enderlen,[note 6] as well as to study with the then veteran physiologist Friedrich von Mueller.
Master’s Degree in Applied Theatre – Universitat de València
The Human Resources Service is in charge of planning and executing the processes of selection and provision of jobs, managing the appointment and hiring of all staff and research fellows, the payment of salaries and social security, as well as all the incidents that affect the working life of the same. It also manages the training of the Administration and Services Personnel and the Social Action grants for the personnel. And all this in order to provide the organization with the necessary human resources, through a professionalized performance that results in greater efficiency and effectiveness in the management of the University, thus enabling their professional and personal development.