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Volunteering “Love Commitment”

Volunteering “Love Commitment”

Cáritas del Perú makes its annual call for volunteers. Send your Curriculum Vitae and Copy of DNI or immigration card to be part of this. Join us to transform lives!

Volunteering “Refugees for the planet”

Volunteering “Refugees for the planet”

We invite you to participate in the river cleaning and planting of trees "Refugees for the planet: together adding to the country that receives us" organized by UNHCR, the United Nations Agency for Refugees, within the framework of the celebrations for the Day Refugee World.

  • Day: June 25, 2023.
  • Time: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
  • Hostel areas: Ribera del Río Rimac - Urbanization Martinete.
Volunteering “SALVATON 2023: Campaña de Donación de Sangre”

Volunteering “SALVATON 2023: Campaña de Donación de Sangre”

  • Description: A new #RetoDelBicentenario calls us to become heroes and heroines to build the Peru we want. This is the #Salvatón2023 blood donation campaign, an act of solidarity that saves lives.
  • Face-to-face modality
  • Starts: 9 and 10 in Arequipa, 16 and 17 in Lambayeque, 23 and 24 in Lima (June)
  • Registration period: Until 06/05/2023
  • Registration link: https://bicentenario.gob.pe/voluntarios/

Events

Webinar “Scientific communication: the impact on the development of policies in science and technology”

Webinar “Scientific communication: the impact on the development of policies in science and technology”

Much of the solutions to current problems, from local events to global problems, such as the pandemic or climate change, have a scientific component. Therefore, in this webinar, we will talk about the importance of scientific communication to disseminate and debate the impact of these scientific solutions in our lives. Along these lines, we will reflect on the role that scientific communication is playing in the implementation of public policies and a research agenda aimed at scientific and technological development in our country.

   

Moderator:

- Giancarlos Marcone

   

Our speakers:

- Bruno Ortiz

- Neydo E.Hidalgo

- Monica Santa María: PhD in Biotechnology from the University of North Carolina (USA). She is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California at Davis (USA) and a former member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society (2006). He was an extraordinary teacher at the La Molina National Agrarian University (2017 - 2018). She served as technical director at Bioal S. A. C. (2013-2019). Director of the Research Directorate at UTEC.

   

Thursday, February 8, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.

   

Registration link: http://bit.ly/3tNczSh

   

Free event, prior registration/p>

Via zoom

Webinar “Why do we need more science communicators?”

Webinar “Why do we need more science communicators?”

Knowing about science, technology and innovation (STI) contributes to the development of a better society and industry, transforming this complex information into accessible and understandable for people. Thus, scientific communication occupies a transcendental role when we are able to understand the phenomena around us, health advances, social problems or technological advances to make better decisions in our lives

 

In this webinar, the teachers of the “Communication in science, technology and innovation” course will reflect on the importance of scientific communication in society and its role in our context, and will discuss the relevance of communication scientific as a tool to develop actions and policies in these 3 fields.

 

Speakers:

- Ursula A. Harman Canalle

- Serapio Estanislao Cazana Canchis

- Alejandra Ruiz León

 

Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.

 

Registration link: http://bit.ly/3iwUkeS    

Free event, prior registration Via zoom

Webinar “Traces of the past: an approach from photogrammetry to reveal the spatiality in the Inca centers of Chinchaysuyu”

Webinar “Traces of the past: an approach from photogrammetry to reveal the spatiality in the Inca centers of Chinchaysuyu”

The spatial configuration of an Inca imperial center reflects the articulation and control strategies of the groups annexed to the Tawantinsuyu. Our research addresses the management of space in the Inca sites of Uquira and Piura from the analysis of aerial photographs and recognition with RPAs. The applied method reveals the superposition of the urban patterns that make up the final layout of these archaeological settlements. The results allow us to understand the transformation processes of Uquira and Piura, and to reevaluate the current interpretations of their spatial arrangements.

   

Exhibitors:

- Andrea Gonzales , Professor of the Directorate of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences - UTEC

- Emily Baca Marroquín , Professor of the Directorate of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences - UTEC

   

Date: January 29

   

Time: 5:00 p.m.

   

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/3a1SA9E

Free event, prior registration Via zoom