Perfil (CV) del personal docente investigador

de Miguel González, Rafael Pablo
Departamento: Departamento de Didácticas Específicas
Área: Didáctica de las Ciencias Sociales
Centro: Facultad de Educación

Instituto: INSTITUTO UNIVERSITARIO DE CIENCIAS AMBIENTALES (IUCA)
Grupo: ARGOS
Categoría profesional: Prof. Titular Univ.

Cargos
  • Director del Instituto Confucio de la Universidad de Zaragoza
Teléfono fijo: 876554845
Correo electrónico: rafaelmg@unizar.es
ORCID: 0000-0002-9347-5296

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Bachelor in Geography from the Universities of Zaragoza (Summa cum laude) and Nancy 2 (France)
Master and Doctor in Urban Planning (Magna cum laude, University of Paris (France) and Doctor of Education (Magna cum laude), University of Valladolid
Professor of Geography Education, University of Zaragoza
Vice Dean of International Relations at the Faculty of Education, University of Zaragoza, Erasmus+ European University (UNITA). Director of the Confucius Institute at University of Zaragoza. Director of HARMONY project with Universities in India.
Visiting professor at 24 universities in Europe, the United States, Latin America and China, and in particular Paris, New Jersey City and Nanjing Tech Universities.
Coordinator of several undergraduate courses. Coordinator of Geography and History teacher training program (Master's Degree).
Mentoring 384 master students at internships. Supervisor of 201 Master dissertations and 2 PhD's dissertations (4 more ongoing). Thesis commitee and recruitment commitee member.
Previously, high school teacher, Head Teacher and Geography and History Head of Department.
Member of the ARGOS Research Group, at Aragón University Institute of Environmental Sciences (IUCA).
Researcher in three fields of geography:
a) Geographical education (curriculum, innovative knowledge, geoinformation, spatial thinking and spatial citizenship)
b) Urban geography and urban planning (periurbanization; regional and metropolitan planning, smart and sustainable cities; new urban agenda).
c) Geopolitics in a global world
184 publications (26 in JRC, WOS or SCOPUS): articles, books, chapters, proceedings.
850 citations at Google Scholar. Index h = 15, indice i10 = 29. Top 20 worldwide, geography education
23627 readings en Researchgate. Index = 14.29. Research interest = 230
Director of the Editorial Series Key Challenges in Geography (Springer).
Top 5 books authored and edited in Springer or Cambridge S.P. 42000 downloads
Editorial Board of Journals: IRGEE, Iber, Didactica Geográfica, Geographicalia. Reviewer (JCR) BAGE, JoG, IJGI, Sust. 141 papers and presentations at national and international conferences: IGU, AAG, EUROGEO, AGE, AUPDCS. President of scientific and organising committees, keynote speaker, panellist.
Researcher at 68 projects, national (35) and international (33). PI of 28 projects (5 national; 23, European Commission funded), some of them awarded by the EC or by European Committee of Regions: GI Learner, YouthMetre, MYGEO.
Director of Digital Atlas for Schools at Esri, National Education Award, more than 110000 consultations.
BELMA Award.
Member, Academia Europea
Fellow member, Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Luis (Heritage commission)
Board member, Royal Geographical Society of Spain. Regional contact for Spain, Geographical Education Commission of the International Geographical Union.
President of the European Association of Geographers (EUROGEO)
EUROGEO representative, European Alliance for the Social Sciences and the Humanities
EUROGEO Representative, United Nations (UNHABITAT; Comission of Social Development; NGO Committee) and the Council of Europe Landscape Convention
Former educational Advisor to the Regional Government of Aragon, represantative of Spanish Autonomous Communities at the European Union Tempus Committee.
Former Councilor of the Zaragoza City Council, in charge of Urban planning and Housing municipal commision.
Former collab. Ezquiaga Architecture firm


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