The Faculty of Science successfully held the schedule of the “Women’s Scientific Track”

The activities to be developed by Belovia Saintia, including workshops, talks and discussion tables, target the university community.

San Luis Potosi, SLP. Belovia Saintiei is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and was founded in October 2021 by a group of researchers from the Faculty of Science of the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosi.

As the first activity of this organization, the virtual round table, “The Path of Scientific Women”, moderated by Dr. María del Carmen Rodríguez Vallarte, and in which Dr. Lilia Mesa Montes from the Institut de Physics “Luis Rivera Terrazza” of the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP) participated, was held, and Dr. Carolina Escobar Briones from the Department of Anatomy at UNAM School of Medicine.

It was the responsibility of the teacher, Maria del Carmen Rodriguez, a researcher from the Faculty of Science at UASLP, to welcome the members of the committee, to whom she expressed that this round table marked the beginning of the monthly activities to be set up with the researchers, with different profiles.

Subsequently, the Director of the Faculty of Sciences, Dr. José Salome Morgoya Ibarra, delivered a welcome message to the participants in this activity, “Today we are fortunate to continue academic activities; thanks to the sum of the efforts of Belovia Santiái, the planning and necessity of this event is made possible, and I thank the members of the Committee for their support of this group of researchers.

He highlighted the importance of this type of initiative, as it allows opening up spaces for discussion and reflection on topics of interest to this community, “I would like to congratulate the Belovia Saintie Group which with great effort and pleasure implements this kind of event and where the benefits will go to a large section of our academic community.”

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The activities to be developed by Belovia Scientia, including workshops, talks and discussion tables, are aimed at the university community, undergraduate and postgraduate students of UASLP, as well as the general public for the purpose of creating a forum for discussion and information exchange. Ideas illustrating the scientific contributions made by women.

Also attending were Dr. Jordana Dulicic of the Modern Communications Digital Signal Processing Laboratory at the National Institute of Astrophysics (INAOE), as well as MSc in Engineering Alicia Mir Jimenez, Project Technician at the United Nations University’s Institute of Renewable Energies.

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