Luis Urquiza Jorge Vocational Preuniversity Institute for Exact Sciences

Meeting him in the same corridors, after more than two decades without any contact, reedits in many ways my own "trip to the seed". I get lost again in the C classroom building; I see myself in blue, uniformed, and with my bow so smooth that I don't even recognize myself anymore. Then the murmur of the Physics shift breaks that question: "Why is the sky blue?"

Universidad de Las Tunas completed the assembly of equipment for renewable energy laboratories

From March 2 to 9, engineer Andrés Casas Gómez, a specialist from the Spanish Edibon Company, manufacturer of the equipment (simulators) for renewable energy generation at the Center for the Study of Energy Efficiency and Technological Processes (CEEPROT, by its acronym in Spanish), stayed at the University of Las Tunas.

Elianis Silva Núñez, a young teacher at the Luis Augusto Turcios Lima Special Needs School

"My children get restless from time to time, but they are such sweethearts," Elianis Silva Núñez, a young teacher at the Luis Augusto Turcios Lima Special Needs School, tells me with a face full of tenderness. She has just graduated a little more than five years ago; however, in her speech, she expresses so much maturity, responsibility, and commitment that, despite what she has yet to learn, she is a teacher who is the fruit of love and a sense of belonging.

Doctor of Sciences Zenaida Ávila Pérez

Professor Zenaida is one of those people you learn to love in the first class, the first talk, or the first interview. I had that privilege this morning, the same day that the university community said goodbye to her work duties to give way to her life as a retiree.

Professor Leandro Mastrapa Igarza

Fate or coincidence, or perhaps determination? Fate and determination, because life indeed took turns, but Leandro Mastrapa Igarza ended up in the profession he once dreamed through other paths that ended up, in one way or another, leading him to teach.