UC President Winds Up Mexico City Visit

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University of California President Janet Napolitano concluded two days of talks in Mexico City this week with Mexican government officials, academics, researchers and a broad group of students, UC alumni and others interested in bolstering bi-lateral cooperation through the newly announced UC-Mexico Initiative.

“This trip highlighted not only the unique shared interests of Mexico and the University of California, but also the full range of possibilities when we commit to working together,” Napolitano said. “I am excited by the new agreement we entered into this week and energized by the eagerness of so many institutions in Mexico to work with the UC to launch a new phase in our relationship.”

Among the accomplishments of the visit was the signing of a memorandum of understanding between UC and the Mexican National Council of Science and Technology, known as CONACYT, that extends their Agreement of Cooperation in Higher Education and Research.

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