About Miguel Rosales
Mr. Rosales received a Diploma in Architecture from the Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala City and a Master of Science in Architectural Studies from MIT. He is noted for his practical ability to balance technical and aesthetic principles, conceiving cost-effective architectural bridge enhancements, and delivering iconic bridges that have become symbols of identity and community pride.
About the Zakim Bridge
"The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is setting a wonderful precedent in naming this bridge after Lenny Zakim and the citizens who fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill, I am proud that we are celebrating the ideals of patriotism, freedom and diversity by dedicating this bridge in their honor. May this remind us all of the difference that one person's decision to stand up to injustice and fight for freedom, respect and diversity can make in the lives of others and in the history of our nation." - Governor Jane Swift at 2002 Bridge dedication.
About the Eiffel Tower
About MosaïqueCultural programs are at the core of the French Cultural Center’s mission to promote the vibrant growth of Francophone cultures and the French language in New England. From art exhibits, concerts, and film screenings to author talks and children’s workshops, we continually seek to welcome experts in various cultural fields to provide a window onto the diverse cultures of the Francophone world. In November 2016, the Mosaïque Cultural Fund celebrates five years of providing critical support for exceptional and expanded cultural programming that strives to challenge, educate, excite and inspire our New England communities.
For the second event in our special business series, we will compare the French and American healthcare systems and how they define research and investments in the biomedical field.Read More
In this discussion, we will compare French and American work culture and corporate settings, and how French companies can grow within the United States and vice-versa.Read More