Verbal and Analytical Writing
Prof. Rachel Thorson Hernández, M.S.
Rachel Thorson has a BA in French and Spanish Literature from the University of Virginia, a teaching certificate from St. Giles-San Francisco and an MS in Linguistics from the UAQ.
She has taught classes in Mexico for eight years, including TOEFL, GRE and GMAT prep courses, and ESL and Linguistics courses at the UAQ and the Tec de Monterrey.
As of August 2013, Rachel will be a Ph.d. student in the Linguistics Department at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
Quantitative and Integrated Reasoning
Prof. Alberto Dorantes Dosamantes, Ph.D
Alberto Dorantes has a Bachelor in Computer Engineering from the Monterrey Tech, a Master in Computer Science from the Monterrey Tec and a Ph.D. in Business, with concentration in Information Technology from the University of Texas.
Dr. Dorantes has around 10 years of experience in developing, implementing and managing information systems. In addition, he has executive experience within Monterrey Tech system. He was the Director of Registration Services at Monterrey Tech, Querétaro Campus, Director of Information Services of the central region of Monterrey Tech System, and Director of Academic Services at Monterrey Tech, Querétaro Campus.
Currently he is Assistant Professor and Associate Dean of International Relations at Monterrey Tech, Graduate School of Business, Queretaro Campus. He teaches courses related to financial econometrics, information technology, and innovation in business graduate programs. He is also general Director and Founder of APRADIE, S.C., an entrepreneurial consulting firm. He is leading the international affairs of the Graduate School of Business. He has presented his academic work in international peer-reviewed conferences. He has also publications in peer-reviewed academic journals.
During his last year of doctoral studies he received the award “Who’s Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges” for his academic performance and research work. He is Vice-president of Publications of the Latin American and Caribbean Chapter of the Association of Information Systems (LACAIS). He has taught at the University of Texas at San Antonio, Monterrey Tech and University of Arkansas.