The honor was given to the Head of Digital Journalism at the Faculty of Social Sciences, who covered the latest edition of the scientific and educational event.
The Ministry of Education through the Scientific Activities Area, Distinguished Digital Journalism Chair students and well-wishers, Follower Journalism degree from the College of Social Sciences.
On the responsibility of the teacher Maximilian Perret, The chair served as a cover National Exhibition of Education, Arts, Science and TechnologyThe 2023 edition was held between September 25 and 27 at the Technopolis Hotel.
On this occasion, from the Scientific Activities Area of the National Directorate for Educational Integration and Guidance of the Ministry of Education of the country, they sent appreciation to the students, Professor Beret and the Faculty of Social Sciences, highlighting ““The commitment and responsibility with which they carried out their duties.”
The students who participated in this activity were Camila Sosa, Melina del Río, Luciano Calamante, Florencia Quiñones, Jorgelina Pérez, Marcos Gnocchini, and Estefanía Shigtil Torres.
A few days ago, at an event held at the Academic Council of our college, the Dean of FACSO, Lt. Gabriella Gamberini, presented: Presentation of a plaque, commemorative medals and diploma Signed by Horacio Tignanelli, from the Scientific Activities Area of the National Directorate for Educational Integration and Guidance of the Ministry of Education of the country.
At the meeting, Brigadier General Gamberini highlighted: The importance of the activity carried out and the appreciation obtained By FACSO chair students; While the organization of the National Exhibition invited people to participate again in the next meeting.
Likewise, in the 2022 edition as in the current year, Digital journalism students covered the activities Which was implemented at the National Exhibition of Education, Arts, Science and Technology radial As in publications in Communications Agency.
Science fairs are an educational process that begins in different school spaces (classrooms, workshops, kindergarten rooms, etc.) and continues throughout the school year.
It sets an example for the exchange of educational experiences between participants from all jurisdictions in the country and abroad: students, teachers, scholars, technicians, artists, researchers, civil servants, the community and the general public. This year, more than 700 works were selected from 24 forensic science exhibitions.
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