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Research Groups at UADY

 

Currently the Autonomous University of Yucatan has 77 research groups with varying degrees of consolidation. Research Groups (RG) are groups of full-time teachers that:
 
  • In public, state and related universities, share one or more lines of generation and innovative application of knowledge (LGAC by its Spanish acronym) (research or study) in disciplinary or multidisciplinary issues and a set of common objectives and academic goals. Additionally, its members serve Educational Programs (EP) at various levels for the full implementation of institutional functions.
  • In the polytechnic universities and technological institutes, they share one or several innovative lines of Applied Research and Technological Development (LIIADT by its Spanish acronym), which are mainly oriented themselves to assimilation, development, transfer and improvement of existing technologies as well as a set of common objectives and academic goals . The RB work on research projects serving specific needs of the productive sector and participate in counseling programs and consulting services to the sector. Additionally, its members serve their specialty related to EP.
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  • In technological universities, they share one or more innovative lines of Applied Research and Technological Development (LIIADT by its Spanish acronym), which are mainly oriented to assimilation, development, transfer and improvement of technologies and processes to support the productive sector and services of a particular region. They also share common objectives and academic goals. Additionally, its members serve the EP of the institution.
  • In normal public schools, they share one or more lines of generation or innovative application of knowledge (LGAC by its Spanish acronym) (research or study) in disciplinary or multidisciplinary educational field issues, with special emphasis on teacher training and a set of goals and common academic goals. In addition to serving EP teacher training in one or more levels.
  • In intercultural universities, they share one or several lines of research, in disciplinary or multidisciplinary in Language, Culture and Development (LILCD by its Spanish acronym) issues and a set of common objectives and academic goals. EP additionally serve to articulate the teaching, research, community engagement, diffusion and dissemination of knowledge.
 
There are three types of Research Group, which by their characteristics are divided into:
 
Consolidated Research Group:
  • The RG has academic products renowned for their quality and which derive from consolidated LGAC / LIIADT / LILCD.
  • RG members have extensive experience in teaching and training human resources.
  • Most of the members are recognized with a Desirable Profile, have a high commitment to the institution, working together and their production is evidence of that.
Research Group In Consolidation:
  • The RG has academic products renowned for their quality and development stemming from the LGAC / LIIADT / LILCD they grow.
  • The members jointly participate in well-defined LGAC / LIIADT / LILCD.
  • At least a third of those who integrate has extensive experience in teaching and training human resources.
  • Most members have a Desirable Profile recognition.
  • The RG has objective evidence about its collegiate life and academic actions carried out in collaboration between its members.
  • The RG works with other RG.
Research Group In Formation:
  • The members have defined LGAC, LIIADT or LILCD that they grow.
  • The RG has joint research projects to develop the LGAC / LIIADT / LILCD.
  • The RG has identified its members.
  • The RG has identified some related and high level RG of other institutions in their country or abroad with who they wish to establish contact.

 

You can find a list of UADY´s Research Groups here.
 
 
 
Source: http://promep.sep.gob.mx/ca1/Conceptos2.html