was a 2023 Austin-based summer reporting fellow. During his fellowship, he was a student in the bilingual journalism program at the Craig Newmark Journalism School at the City University of New York. Uranga previously worked as an economics reporter for El País in Spain and studied at the El País School of Journalism. He was the editor and co-founder of Visión Desarrollista, a digital magazine focused on economic development in Argentina, and has hosted a radio program on current affairs, including foreign policy and economics, at a university station in Argentina. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from the University of Buenos Aires.
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