University of Guadalajara in Puerto Vallarta Radio Station has a birthday!
Under the guidance of Director Marina de los Santos Alvarez, The University Radio Station, 104.3 FM will celebrate 15 years on the air waves November 4, 2016.
The Radio shows broadcast includes people with all sorts of cultural backgrounds such as educators, business professionals, painters, writers, musicians, poets, local people, and foreigners.
Everyone at the radio station works in order to make the shows full of culture, news, music, literature, poetry, theatre, opinions, and university information, etc. The radio broadcast 7 days a week in both Spanish and English.
The students and young people who perform their community service are responsible for the production of the daily shows. Some of the full time staff studied Multimedia at the UdG for a career. One of the future projects is an internet TV channel. Test and research is being done to achieve this.
The University Radio is a different option for both young and older people in the bay area. It gives a lot of spirit and hope. Marina and all of the people involved at the station invites all our readers to listen to the excellent musical and culture programs on FM 104.3 every day and join this great community. You can listen to the station via the internet at udgtv.com/radio-puerto-vallarta/en-vivo
Free Classes For Seniors
The University of Guadalajara, Coastal Campus (SUAM PROGRAM) was created in 2012, the main objective is to integrate and educate senior citizens in the region. It was designed to offer academic, intellectual, recreational and artistic courses and the opportunity for social interaction for people over the age of 60.
SUAM offers to meet the particular needs of the individual users and offers courses and workshops in a variety of different and interesting areas, such as Art and Culture, Computing and Languages, Humanities, Health and Psychology.
SUAM courses and workshops: Generally courses are about 20 hour’s duration and are spread over two and a half months. Students can spend 2 – 4 hours each week depending on their objectives and the contents of the course.
Schedule: 9am to 2 pm Monday to Friday, and 9 am to 1 pm Saturday. The program is offered twice yearly, February to May, and September to November.
SUAM offers the following classes and activities:
Health, Tai Chi, Yoga, Nutrition, Humanities, Family Law.
Wonders of the world: Art, History, Literature, and Nature.
Regional architecture and the Mountains of western Mexico
Natural richness of the Bay of Banderas
Poetry and reading workshops
Computing – Basic and intermediate levels
Languages – Basic and Intermediate level of English and Spanish
Dance, Drawing and Painting, Creativity with recycled material.
Cooking, and Popular culture.
For more information contact the Suam Program at 322 226 2200 Ext. 66290 Or 66304 or firstname.lastname@example.org