The "5to Seminar on Communication and Science: Demands of the Digital Ecosystem for Society, Culture and Contemporary Science", organized by the ULS School of Journalism, will be held this Thursday, October 17 in the premises of the Andrés Bello Campus.
The initiative was born with the objective of strengthening the lines of work on research topics and, in addition, generating networks with different universities in the country. This activity will be carried out thanks to the award of the contest for the development of scientific events with funds from the Vice-Rectory for Research and Postgraduate Studies (VIPULS), through the Directorate of Research and Development (DIDULS) and the collaboration of the Universities of Concepción, Viña del Mar, University of Los Andes and the PAR EXPLORA CONICYT UCN Coquimbo.
It will also feature the participation of prominent exhibitors from the area of social communication linked to science, among which Dr. Tabita Moreno, from the University of La Concepción, Drs. Francisco Tagle Montt and Pedro Anguita, from the University of Los Andes, and the journalist of science, technology and research of National Television of Chile, Daniel Silva.
The Director of the School of Journalism of the University of La Serena, Mg. Cristian Muñoz, extended the invitation to all who want to attend, pointing out that these instances serve to know “how the phenomenon is taking place within the eventual media ecosystem we have today, where we know that there have been many deep transformations that have changed the whole way of how communication and journalism were done before ”.
The activity will take place this Thursday 17 of October in the TV Studio of the School of Journalism, located in the Andrés Bello Campus (Raúl Bitrán #1305). For more information you can visit the site https://5toseminariocomunicacion.wordpress.com/
Written by Consuelo Peña, School of Journalism