Marcelino Ledesma: “We seek to strengthen teaching in these new realities”
Marcelino Ledesma was re-elected Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Health, while Sandra Moreira was elected Vice-Dean.
In the context of the House of Representatives elections National University of Santiago del Estero (Unse), Marcelino Ledesma has been re-elected Dean of the College of Humanities, Social Sciences and Health, while Sandra Moreira has been elected Vice-Dean, an opportunity in which they affirm that they will seek to “strengthen teaching in these new realities.”
Students, alumni, assistants, teachers and non-teachers participated in the election day which went as normal as the only “More Humanities” list, in the elections, dedicated the winning formula. In addition, representatives of various monasteries were elected.
The authorities endorsed the commitment to continue to provide the best conditions for each of the sectors that make up the academic unit, in the context that generated the epidemic.
Ledesma, who is currently about to finish his first term at the head of the Dean, stated that “Although he has successfully faced an epidemic for almost two years out of four years of the epidemic, we are very proud and satisfied with the achievements made and grateful for the support we have received from Students, teachers and non-teachers all this time.”
“We will accompany the return to face-to-face in the classroom and maintain the teaching and learning process through virtual devices for those students who can or need to support this alternative, such as semi-hybrid classrooms,” he said in this. greeting.
On behalf of the management team that leads the college, the dean emphasized that “we will continue to grow in postgraduate training, in extension, research and management activities.”
He also affirmed that they will seek to establish a cooperative and participatory institutional culture based on strategic axes of institutions and academia.
For her part, the new Vice Dean of the College expressed her “gratitude for the trust placed” and stated that she would have “the responsibility of being committed to running our college, listening to all sectors and working in a broad and participatory team.”
As will be recalled, Moreira came to Vice Dean of Humanities after an extensive career as an instructor at the college and in recent years worked as a degree coordinator in obstetrics. He also has extensive management experience in the field of public health.
In this context, Moreira emphasized that the administration will work to “enhance the quality of teaching within the framework of the new realities that we have to go through, and to think about the best for students and teachers and not for graduating teachers.”
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