Adriana Rojas has B.A in Communication and international relations by Tecnológico de Monterrey, and a Master in Asian studies by El Colegio de México. Her master's thesis was on "the Japanese postwar women seen thought the shojomanga". Her research activities were supported by Sylff. She has been a guest researcher and speaker in Mexico, Thailand, Japan, China and UK.
Beside her academic labor, she has participated on international forums, mainly in Asia, such as APAIE, NAFSA, Six Universities conference of the Pacific Rim, and Shanghai Jiaotong Conference, among others. Working at Tecnológico de Monterrey, she was the Director of Language Insitute, Director of the International Liaison Office in Harvard University; and the first Director of the International Liaison Office at Yale University in New Haven. Adriana was the Director for international protocol and strategic projects at the Direction of International Affairs and she is currently the Regional Director for Asia Pacific at the Vice Rectory for International Affairs and the deputy of Tecnológico de Montorrey for the honors programs and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU).
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