July 25, 2014
HACU leaders to speak at International Presidents Meeting in Brazil
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) leaders will be presenting a session at the III Universia Presidents International Meeting in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on July 29, 2014, from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
The session, titled “HACU y El Renacimiento Hispano Universitario: Los Estados Unidos de Norteamerica en la Iberoamerica Del Siglo XXI,” will conclude a two-day long event of plenary sessions, debates and working meetings with leaders of educational institutions from around the world. Universia is a university network that gathers representatives from 1,262 universities in 23 countries, representing a total of 16.2 million students and teachers.
The HACU leaders presenting will be: HACU president and CEO Antonio R. Flores; President of CETYS Universidad System and HACU Governing Board Member Fernando Leon Garcia; and President Eduardo Ochoa of California State University, Monterey Bay. Presidents Garcia and Ochoa both lead HACU-member institutions.
From left to right: U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Liliana Ayalde, HACU President and CEO Antonio R. Flores, and Special Advisor for 100,000 Strong in the Americas Kathleen Townsend Kennedy at III Universia Presidents International Meeting.