Technological University of Morelia

Inaugura UTM obras de infraestructura educativa por 33.7 mdp

UTM inaugurates educational infrastructure works for 33.7 million pesos

With an investment of 33.7 million pesos, the Technological University of Morelia (UTM) inaugurated infrastructure works…

To strengthen students' theoretical and practical academic opportunities.

Morelia, Michoacán, March 31, 2023.- With an investment of 33.7 million pesos, the Technological University of Morelia (UTM) inaugurated educational infrastructure works during the start of the Michoacán Science and Engineering Fair, with the aim of strengthening academic theoretical and practical opportunities for students in workshops and laboratories.

The general director of the country's Technological and Polytechnic Universities, Marlenne Johvana Mendoza González, expressed her commitment to offer students a comprehensive education, working together with all those who make it possible for Mexico to offer better options.

He also recognized the management effort of the rector of the UTM, Graciela Andrade, which, he said, is reflected in the current indicators, and he trusted that, with this strategy, the university will become the best in the world, by consolidating itself as a institution of academic excellence, committed to the development of its students and the advancement of technological education in Mexico.

Among the works inaugurated are auditoriums A, B and D, equipped with 390 seats, with an investment of 2 million 184 thousand pesos; a photovoltaic system with 160 cells that represents the consumption of 37 percent of the electricity, with a cost of 2 million 890 thousand pesos, and three laboratories that add a total of 7 million 751 thousand pesos, among others.

The inauguration event was attended by Carmen Escobedo Pérez, Undersecretary of Basic Education of the State Education Secretariat (SEE), representing Governor Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla; and the director of the Institute of Science, Technology and Innovation (ICTI), Alejandra Ochoa Zarzosa.