The Sede Andina of the Universidad Nacional de Río Negro (Argentina) has taken the initiative to create two postgraduate programs (Especialización en Divulgación de la Ciencia, la Tecnología y la Innovación  & Maestría en Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación, orientación Divulgación de la Ciencia, la Tecnología y la Innovación) focused on the training of critical professionals in public communication of science, technology and innovation (STI), a field of vacancy in our country. The first cohort of the Maestría started in 2010 and, the first cohort of the Especialización in 2011. Both post-graduation courses give an officially recognized title and have the favorable opinion of the CONEAU (Comisión Nacional de Evaluación y Acreditación Universitaria), the responsible committee for the evaluation of University quality in Argentina. Both courses, one with an emphasis on research, the other of a professional nature, have opened a space for training for those wishing to acquire tools and communication of the STI strategies. They offer a broad overview of the theoretical discussions and work areas covering this field as well as workshop spaces dedicated to the generation of communication products. The courses are held in Bariloche (Río Negro) and they are opened to professionals from various disciplines, educators, journalists, researchers or managers who want to discuss the communication of science, technology and innovation applied to fields as diverse as media, museums, schools, interpretation centers or places of institutional communication.   

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Posgraduation courses about pus in the Argentinian Patagonia

Sandra Murriello   Universidad Nacional de Río Negro, Sede Andina

The Sede Andina of the Universidad Nacional de Río Negro (Argentina) has taken the initiative to create two postgraduate programs (Especialización en Divulgación de la Ciencia, la Tecnología y la Innovación  & Maestría en Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación, orientación Divulgación de la Ciencia, la Tecnología y la Innovación) focused on the training of critical professionals in public communication of science, technology and innovation (STI), a field of vacancy in our country. The first cohort of the Maestría started in 2010 and, the first cohort of the Especialización in 2011. Both post-graduation courses give an officially recognized title and have the favorable opinion of the CONEAU (Comisión Nacional de Evaluación y Acreditación Universitaria), the responsible committee for the evaluation of University quality in Argentina. Both courses, one with an emphasis on research, the other of a professional nature, have opened a space for training for those wishing to acquire tools and communication of the STI strategies. They offer a broad overview of the theoretical discussions and work areas covering this field as well as workshop spaces dedicated to the generation of communication products. The courses are held in Bariloche (Río Negro) and they are opened to professionals from various disciplines, educators, journalists, researchers or managers who want to discuss the communication of science, technology and innovation applied to fields as diverse as media, museums, schools, interpretation centers or places of institutional communication.   

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