ANGELA ALCALÁ ARELLANO

ANGELA ALCALÁ ARELLANO

Vice-Rector for Student Affairs and Employment, since April 2016.

Associate Professor, Department of Human Anatomy and Histology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Zaragoza, Spain.

Ph.D., Medicine and Surgery, 1991, and MS, Medicine and Surgery, 1985, University of Zaragoza.

MA, History of Arts, 2013, University of Zaragoza.

Teaching activities since 1989 at the University of Zaragoza, in different degree programs and fields of Medicine, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy; currently teaching in the Department of Human Anatomy and Histology.

Coordinator and Professor of degree courses related to Health Sciences.

Coordinator and teaching innovation project participant within different degree programs of the Faculty of Health Sciences, with a main focus on issues regarding the functional diversity.

Coordinator and Professor within different study programs related to the activities designed for University teaching staff of the Institute of Education Sciences.

Speaker Participant in activities regarding disability and inclusive education.

Research participant in various projects launched through public calls both on national and autonomous level. Publications: 9 international and 12 national; Papers and presentations submitted for different congress occasions: 20.

Director of the Student Secretariat, within the Vice-Rectorate for Student Affairs and Employment, as well as the responsible of the Office for Attention to Diversity, at the University of Zaragoza (2008-2012).

Director of Colegio Mayor Santa Isabel of the University of Zaragoza. Associate Dean of Students at the Faculty of Health Sciences. Deputy member of the Quality Assurance Commission of the University of Zaragoza.

Director of Biomedical Sciences in student magazines. Zaragoza University representative as a member of Rector’s Council of the Aragon Centre of Resources for Intercultural Education (CAREI), 2010-present. Coordinator–Assistant of the Summer Scientific Campus within the Campus Iberus of international excellence, organized at the University of Zaragoza and financed by the Spanish Ministry of Education and the Spanish Foundation of Science and Technology. Member of the Jury for the selection of grant holders of the Ministry of Education. President of the Zaragoza University Tribunal for the third correction and revision of the Spanish University Entrance Exams (P.A.U.).

Expert representative of the University of Zaragoza at the European project «Laboratorio de Ideas», in collaboration with the Aragon Institute of Youth. Member of different Organizing Committees for various national and international Congresses.

Coordinator of the subject “sexualidad en la discapacidad” within the program for improvement of teaching methods, within the framework of the Program of complementary training activities for students (code: PMUZ_08_1_400). Coordinator and professor of the subject “La inclusión en el aula. Recursos, necesidades y demandas”. Within the activities designed for the University teaching staff of the Institute of Education Sciences, University of Zaragoza.

Coordinator and professor of the subject “Todos diversos todos-únicos. Diversidad y docencia. Retos y recursos en el aula”. Within the activities designed for the University teaching staff of the Institute of Education Sciences, University of Zaragoza. Professor of the course “Coordinator of Recreational Activities” (RedEs School): the subject “Diversidad y Tiempo libre. Retos, recursos y Oportunidades. Todos diversos todos-únicos.”.

Coordinator of the teaching activity “OUAD y las adaptaciones TIC’S en la discapacidad”, within the activities designed for the University teaching staff of the Institute.

Coordinator of the Teaching Innovation Project:” Estudiantes con Discapacidad auditiva en los títulos propios de la Universidad de Zaragoza. Análisis y protocolo de intervención para la superación de los idiomas”, at the University of Zaragoza (code: PIIDUZ_14_151. Course 2015). Speaker participant in “II jornadas autonómicas de educación inclusiva” organized by CAREI. M.