Prof. Dr. Marc Ringel from Nürtingen-Geislingen University Visits UP campus Guadalajara
The week from November 13th to November 17th, the International Affairs Office in collaboration with the School of Economics and Business had the pleasure of hosting Prof. Dr. Marc Ringel from Nürtingen-Geislingen University in our campus.
Prof. Dr. Marc holds a Master in Economics from Mainz University and Université d’Angers, France. His PhD thesis focused on energy policy measures to combat climate change. He is a former official with the Directorate General Energy of the European Commission and with the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy.
On November 13, the professor gave a lecture to students from International Economics and Global Strategy about the European and German Economy focused in the Energy Economics and policies regarding energy.
Among other activities from his agenda, the professor also attended a lunch meeting with the School of Economics and Business of Universidad Panamericana, to discuss possibilities in which our institutions can strengthen our academic relationship. Amongst the attendees to this lunch, were Dr. Carlos López, Dean of the School of Economics and Dr. Omar Rojas, Research Secretary of the School of Economics.
On Wednesday November 15, Professor Ringel met with the Strategy Theory students to talk about Trump and Brexit in Business’ strategies.
Finally, on his last day in our campus, the professor gave another lecture to the students from Macroeconomics class to talk about European Economy in the Brexit context. Later that day he met with Researchers of the School of Economics and Business to discuss on possibilities of collaboration in research between Nürtingen-Geislingen University and Universidad Panamericana.
To close up his visit, Professor Ringel, participated in a Round Table Talk with over 40 students and professors about Brexit, Catalexit, Life in Germany and Nürtingen Geislingen University. To wrap up the day, the International Affairs office offered a toast ceremony.
Universidad Panamerica, the School of Economics, Business, and the International Affairs office are very pleased to have had the opportunity to meet and learn from Professor Ringel.