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  • INESCOP signs a Collaboration Agreement with UMH of Elche

INESCOP signs a Collaboration Agreement with UMH of Elche

INESCOP and Miguel Hernández University (UMH) of Elche have signed a framework collaboration agreement to conduct research and technological development, educational and cultural activities.

This agreement has been specifically signed by Miriam Hurtado, UMH’s Deputy Vice Rector for Institutional Relations, on behalf of María Teresa Pérez, UMH’s Vice Rector for Institutional Relations; and Miguel Ángel Martínez, INESCOP’s Director, on behalf of Antonio Porta, INESCOP’s President.

To monitor this agreement, the UMH has appointed José Antonio Belso, Director of UMH’s “San Crispín” Footwear Department, and María José López, Department Secretary, as its representatives. Likewise, INESCOP’s representative will be Dr Francisca Arán.
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