RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil.
The Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro gave recognition to the academic career of Vera María Candau last December.
On November 27, the Pontifical University of Comillas paid tribute to Professor Camino Cañón Loyes with the launching of a book titled “A Human Science,” edited in recognition of her academic contribution made over forty years.
MALABO, Equatorial Guinea.
On Saturday, October 4, Margarita Roka received recognition for her educational background and for being the first Guinean woman graduating from Medical School at the University of Zaragoza.
At the beginning of the fifth Centenary of the birth of St. Teresa, Maite Uribe, President of the Teresian Association (TA), in a letter to members of the same has highlighted "the eminently human character and all God’s” of St. Teresa, "this wandering, reforming, appealing and generous woman, familiarly known as ‘La Santa.”
Last 23rd August 2014, Nancy Fernandes, Director of SARPI, and Dr. Nenita Tenefrancia, consultant, participated at the international conference on “Opportunities and Challenges for Women Entrepreneurship in India” organized by the Gandhi S.B.S.Suraiba College of Education, Mumbai.
ANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic.
Dr. Ángela (Margarita) Matos has received the National Pediatrics Award 2014 in the Dominican Republic, which the Dominican Society of Pediatrics awards each year to four medical professionals.
BOSTON, United States.
During more than four decades Maria Pilar Latorre worked on the advancement of Hispanic Catechesis in the Boston area. She did it out of her commitment to live the joy of evangelizing while also serving as Spanish professor at Emmanuel College.