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Our students

The corner stone of our community is a dedicated group of students. In the CRGS, academic and social life centers on experiences shared with other students and mentors that result in lifelong professional networks.

Our academic advising forms a dynamic relationship between the advisor and the student in order to support the student’s educational and professional success. Meet some of our students and get acquainted with their stories.

 

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Mariela Osorio

Textile Design and Fashion Student
Mariela Alexandra Osorio Ronquillo, an eight-semester student of the undergraduate degree program in Textile Design and Fashion at the Universidad de Monterrey, will carry out a three-month study period in the atelier of Anne Valerie Hash, the renowned French designer.
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Alejandra Jaramillo

Sustainable Innovation and Energy Engineering Student

My name is Alejandra Jaramillo Cepeda and I am studying the Sustainable Innovation and Energy Engineering undergraduate degree program. I am currently in the fifth semester of the program and the further I progress into the curriculum, the more I realize that sustainability is indispensable in the current world.  This premise may not be so obvious to a lot of people, but sooner or later we all will have to agree and accept the fact that we do not have a planet with infinite resources.

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Alondra Elizalde Luna

Industrial Design Student

My name is Alondra Elizalde and I am a fifth-semester LDI student. I am an adaptable person who likes doing a little bit of everything, so the reason I chose this program is because of its broad field. My vision of design focuses mostly on minimalism and functionality. Although I consider myself to be good at many things, I accept that my main strength is on the technical side of the program. However, I can also highlight my creative and manual skills.

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Andrea Cázares

Art student

Anthropology of the mark. Part of a research project aiming to recover a series of experiences that arise from the city of Monterrey. Aerosol paint on acetate and photograph by Andrea Cázares. Photo by Rebecca Reyes.

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Vi.DA

Interior Design students

Emerging housing for the victims of hydro-meteorological natural disasters in the south and south-east of Mexico.

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Daniela Casso and Cristina Cantú

Graphic Design students
They graduated from the Graphic Design program in the Fall of 2016. They collaborated with Omius, a company that focuses on the application of technology to garments, for the development their brand identity. This project was their Final Evaluation to obtain their degree. They earned a distinction for presenting an excellent dissertation.
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David Sada

Sustainable Innovation and Energy Engineering student
My name is David Sada and I am a fifth-semester IISE student. The main reason I decided to enter this degree program was the multidisciplinary approach that is required. Sustainability is an effort that calls for a multiplicity of players to use their best skills in order to achieve a common good. I believe that we, Sustainable Innovation and Energy students, have a responsibility to become the agents of change that prompt people to build a more sustainable society.
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Paulina García

Art Student
This project is the result of research currently underway that aims to explore the social phenomena that occur inside public transport buses in Monterrey. Firstly, Paulina sees the passengers’ marks as forms of transcendence. In some cases, these signs take the form of scribbles and scratches on the windows or signatures on the seats. Subsequently, the artist identifies the control mechanisms in the signage and the ironic way to respond by altering the inside of the buses. Hence emerges the idea of potentializing the absurdity of the control and prohibition, by using the phrase: “No socializing, please.”
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Regina Kaun and Sofía Martínez

Graphic Design students
UDESIGN is one of the most important events in the Art, Architecture, and Design Division. The identity of each edition changes on a yearly basis. In this case, the selected theme was metamorphosis. Regina and Sofía developed this visual identity project as part of the course 2D Information Systems Design Studio. As reference, they took the transformation that designing implies, since things are in a basic state and they evolve toward a better version of themselves. In order to represent this concept, they used the metamorphosis that some insects go through as inspiration. Through illustrations and textures which interact with photography, they created esthetics that alludes to the dynamism and movement accompanying the change process. By the same token, typography plays a major role since it seeks to create the same sensations as the rest of the images.
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