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Doctor Honoris Causa

The distinction "Doctor Honoris Causa" is granted by the Universidad Central according to the "Resolución No. 1986/2006". Through this institutional document, the University grants such a distinction to national and international outstanding people in the intellectual, scientific and artistic fields, are not members of our institution, but they receive this distinction by virtue of their merit, contributions to higher learning and its remarkable shares for the benefit of the Chilean nation or the world.

The Council of the University accepts the proposal that should be approved unanimously before being submitted by the Rector to the Board. This entity will be responsible for studying and reporting all the nominations to this recognition. The Board may also be advised by experts in the field or discipline of study of the applicant. After that, the Doctor Honoris Causa Distinction is granted.

From 2006 to up to now, the University has honored with the distinction "Doctor Honoris Causa " to the following remarkable people:

   
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Juan Somavía Altamirano
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Juan Somavía Altamirano, eminent lawyer and diplomat.

"To grant to Juan Somavia Altamirano the distinction of Doctor Honoris Causa of the University, for his outstanding national and international career that has greatly benefited our country in various activities and positions of global relevance".

Session N. 450, October 16, 2012, Pronouncement No. 6 of the Honorable Board.
 
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Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle
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Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle, former president of the Republic of Chile.
He was honored with the distinction "Doctor Honoris Causa", for his outstanding professional and academic career.
 
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Antonio Augusto Cancado Trindade
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Antonio Augusto Cançado Trindade, Judge of the International Court of Justice.

"The Board agrees to grant the distinction "Doctor Honoris Causa" to Antonio Augusto Cançado Trindade, for his outstanding professional and academic career".
Session N. 89, July 31, 2003, Pronouncement N. 4 of the Honorable Board.
 
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Carlos Castresana Fernández
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Carlos Castresana Fernández, former Commissioner Against Impunity in Guatemala.
"Regarding the professional and academic merits of Mr. Baltasar Garzón Real and Mr. Carlos Castresana Fernández, and for their contributions to the study, teaching and development of law, and in accordance with the provisions of Article 19, letter m) of the Corporation Statutes, the Board agrees to grant them the distinction "Doctor Honoris Causa".
Session N. 199, March 3, 2006, Pronouncement N. 1 of the Honorable Board.
 
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Baltasar Garzón Real
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Baltasar Garzón Real, Spanish magistrate.
"Regarding the professional and academic merits of Mr. Baltasar Garzón Real and Mr. Carlos Castresana Fernández, and for their contributions to the study, teaching and development of law, and in accordance with the provisions of Article 19, letter m) of the Corporation Statutes, the Board agrees to grant them the distinction "Doctor Honoris Causa".
Session N. 199, March 3, 2006, Pronouncement N. 1 of the Honorable Board.
 
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Eusebio Leal Spangler
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Eusebio Leal Spengler, Cuban historian.
"The Board approves to grant the distinction "Doctor Honoris Causa" to Eusebio Leal Spengler for his professional and academic career, focused primarily on the benefit of the architectural heritage".
Agreement N. 3, Board Session N. 301, September 9, 2008 , granted by "Resolución N. 1923", September 29, 2008.