M.S. Margarita Calleja y Quevedo
Public Relations and Linking
Ms. Calleja y Quevedo graduated from the Higher School of Physics and Mathematics of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) with a Bachelor's degree in Physics and Mathematics in 1974. Later, she received her Master's degree in Educational Mathematics at the Center of Research and Advanced Studies (CINVESTAV) of the National Polytechnic Institute. In 1980, she was awarded the best national specialist and received an honorable title of "The best students of Mexico" sponsored by the National Council of Science and Technology.
She has dedicated her work to the development of scientific research. She worked for 15 years teaching the high school program and later to teach at IPN and at the prestigious Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM) where she was recognized as one of the ten best teachers of the institution. She was also a founding teacher of the National Pedagogical University in which she wrote her first book on remote teaching for math tutors. She has also completed research on the transmission of errors in the teacher-student relationship at elementary level school programs. In its vocation for scientific development, it occupied the Regional Direction of the Central Center of CONACYT, promoting the linking of the triple helix and subsequently the Directorate of Applied Scientific Research in the same body for 19 years.