Tomorrow (3) and Thursday (4), from 8:00 AM to 10:20 PM, the second SEPESQI Seminar – Research and Internationalization will take place. This event, in addition to repeating the achievements of 2020, the year in which nearly 48,000 participants and more than 1,200 scientific works were brought together, is tasked with adding to the discussion about opportunities and experiences in the environment of internationalization. Information from the event press office.
The symposium is free and open to the public, and is intended to be a new integrative discussion forum. The topic chosen to guide discussions at II SEPESQI was “The pluralism of science, technology and innovation in preserving the planet”. This topic will be analyzed by researchers, professors, students and managers from 25 campuses belonging to higher education institutions in Damásio, Estácio and Wyden.
SEPESQI opens a space for the presentation of scientific, national and international works from various fields of knowledge. According to Thais de Abreu Lacerda – General Coordinator of SEPESQI, in 2020, even in the face of the uncertainties brought about by the pandemic, the team responsible for the academic management of the institutions saw a great opportunity in the transition of in-person activities to virtual ones and did not hesitate to implement the event by default. “In 2021, we are committed to once again promoting a large discussion forum focused on research and extension across 25 campuses, so that together we can build a conversational space for academic growth,” says Lacerda.
Among the guests from 2021 is Professor Dr. Uday Balbinot Jr. – General Coordinator for International Higher Education Affairs in the Directorate of Development of the Network of Federal Institutions of Higher Education of the Ministry of Higher Education of the Ministry of Higher Education. Prof. Dr. Myriam Pilar Grossi – Core Gender Identity and Self-Coordinator and Chair of UFSC Equity; Anderson Rangel – Operations Director, Centro Sul Regional of Estácio; Flavio Murilo Gouvêa – Director of Education at Estácio; and Caroline Lanzeri – NASA scientist, space researcher, and astronomer.
Interested parties must register as listeners. The general schedule is available at Location From SEPESQI. Arrival instructions will be provided by the organization near the start of the event.
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