|Partial view of the participants in one of the activities|
|Photo by Luis Pedro Mirón|
In order to explore the nature of spontaneous order and the importance of dispersed information, the students of Economic Process, of professor Ricardo Castillo A., participated in a ropes exercise organized by the assistant professor Luis Pedro Mirón conjointly with the UFMs Excellence Center and the Henry Hazlitt Center.
Also, the students of Social Philosophy, taught by professor Karen Cancinos, participated in a “koosh” workshop.
With respect to this last activity, the participants said that the workshop contributed to:
To give your best effort To understand that in order to help the group, it is necessary to help yourself first! To know better your teammates To work better as a group To understand that each person is free, but that you have to respect the rulesThe Excellence Center is an educational project oriented to UFM students and external persons to contribute to their integral education, developing their teamwork and leadership abilities, explained Carla de Hess, director of the Center.
The facilities of the Excellence Center are in a hill behind the Ludwig von Mises Library and comprise the UFM’s
Arboretum. More than 3.000 persons have received workshops that include ropes dynamics in the University, including students, educational and administrative personnel of this house of studies; as well as students of other institutions and companies collaborators.