International Society for Mexico Energy announces Academic Partnership with University of St. Thomas
ISME Launches Trilateral Trade Taskforce and Monthly Webinar Series
The International Society for Mexico Energy (ISME) and Houston’s University of St. Thomas today announced that they have entered into an Academic Partnership. As Academic Partner, University of St. Thomas will be ISME’s home in Houston, the venue where the organization will hold its monthly educational meetings.
“We are delighted to welcome the University of St. Thomas as our U.S. academic partner,” said Noé H. Sáenz, ISME Board of Directors president. “Its strong academic credentials, internationally diverse student base and recently launched energy management certificate for graduate students make University of St. Thomas an ideal partner for ISME.”
“We are honored to partner with the ISME in the essential pursuit of building bridges between U.S. and Mexican energy interests. This partnership poses wonderful opportunities for the University of St. Thomas and our students,” said Hans Stockton (PhD), Dean of the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences & Global Studies.
ISME continually seeks innovative means of providing valuable insights and networking opportunities for its members, with a recent focus on strengthening North America’s energy supply chain. Core to this, on Wednesday, July 15 ISME will launch the Trilateral Trade Free Webinar Series, comprised of U.S., Canadian and Mexican energy experts from academia--including University of St. Thomas--government and corporations to spearhead discussions of relevance for the North American block.
EGADE Business School in Mexico City serves as ISME’s Mexican academic partner.
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