Gabino Barreda b. Puebla , — d. Mexico City was a Mexican physician and philosopher oriented to French positivism. After participating in the U. There he became acquainted with Auguste Comte 's doctrine of positivism , before his first publications in philosophy.
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First, together with 25 fellow engineering graduates, as well as students from other disciplines, he was recognized for academic honors at UNAM. Those honors came after two others he already had received: the Gabino Barreda medal for best academic record in his specialty and the Gustavo Baz Prada medal for outstanding social service. Hence, he brings with him significant interdisciplinary research experience, an intrinsic feature of mechatronics.
Such interdisciplinary research is essential to biomedical engineering. I forecast that Juan-Miguel will have an immediate impact on the level of readiness of our student body to perform biomedical research and on our interactions with Mexico. In the BME, there are lots of connections between engineering, rehabilitation and medicine.
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Tennis player Rae Lan received the Willis O. Hunter Award for the student athlete with the highest GPA.
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