University of Chicago, University of Anahuac, University of Las Andes
Doctorate of Education, Evaluation and Measure, University of Anahuac (1996); Master's Degree, Behavioral Science, University of Chicago (1982); Bachelor's Degree, Psychology, University of Las Andes
Psychology; Teaching; Research; Education; Behavioral Science
Dr. Rodgrio Polanco Bueno is currently coordinator of the graduate program at the Universidad Anáhuac in Mexico. In this role he is following up with students in the program, doing assessments, assisting with research and theses. The graduate program opens every 2 years and averages 12-15 students. He is the recipient of the Professor of the Year of 1992 by Monterrey Technical. He is published in the Higher Learning Research Communication in article "Blocks, Webinars and Significance of Learning, 2013. Rodgrio started career in teaching accidentally while at Bogota National University. Then he began working for the university and offered scholarship to University of Chicago. He pursued teaching because he fell in love with the profession and the opportunity to help others. He hopes to retire within the next 5 years. Passion and the impacting lives are keys to success. The highlight of his career was being part of a team that designed an online program giving access to teacher training worldwide thru the Laureate International University. He relaxes by playing guitar, listening to music, reading, travel and playing with his dogs.