CYAD investiga 2017: Division of Sciences and Arts for Design
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. Unidad Azcapotzalco. División de Ciencias y Artes para el Diseño. Coordinación Divisional de Investigación.
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The CyAD Investiga catalog is a document resulting from the collective work of the professors of the Division of Sciences and Arts for Design. It accounts for the multiple ways in which our academic entity serves the purpose of the institution in terms of research. This document is based on the Operational Policies for the Promotion of Research Areas, which in its "Research Dynamics" chapter mandates "Establishing departmental and divisional strategies for information, communication and linking of the interests of researchers, in order to promote a collective and collegial work culture that overcomes the inertia of individual work. " At the same time, in its chapter on External Linkage and financing, the Policies guide to: "Establish strategies for the dissemination, promotion, and recognition abroad of research projects", and: "Edit catalogs, brochures, and other publications to make known through print and electronic media the lines of research, projects, and results, infrastructure and researchers that each Division has, highlighting especially the collective work." From all the above, the interest and commitment of our school is to follow up and seek improvement of this type of initiatives and those that strengthen the figure of the research professor and the academic work whose benefits extend beyond the community are deduced. Actions at the divisional level for the support and promotion of research in the present administration have been established in terms of a series of transversal axes to the activities of different spaces that are coordinated to carry them out. Give more visibility to the CyAD Division´s research; Attend national problems with research proposals; Strengthen the professor´s research capabilities; Consolidate the Graduate Programs of the CyAD Division.This catalog is an instrument consistent with the execution of most of these tasks, whose final purpose is to strengthen the research processes we carry out, always perfectible, but with sufficient academic solvency to be analyzed in a public way.