Workshop Chair : Mg. Ibar Ramirez (UTA – email@example.com), Dr. Roberto Espinosa (UTA – firstname.lastname@example.org) and MSc Diego Aracena Pizarro (email@example.com)
Date: Friday, September 03rd
Time: 15:00 (See details in the Schedule)
This year’s Engineering Education Workshop will address the topic: “Timely Graduation”. It is expected to discuss the different ways of graduation of undergraduate students in Chile and especially in the Departments that make up the INFONOR-CHILE Consortium. Academics involved in the process are invited to present their experiences, addressing the pros and cons regarding labor market insertion and continuity of graduate studies.
MSc. Marcela Varas
Universidad de Concepción, Chile.
Translation: Timely graduation is an indicator that all higher education institutions in Chile aspire to improve, for reasons of social and financial responsibility. In this presentation, I will give an account of my experience and opinions about the actions that can generate improvements in the indicator with greater or lesser impact on the learning and contributions of future professionals, with some examples in the case of engineering and the civil computer engineering career of the Universidad de Concepción in particular.
Director – Dept. Computer Engineering and Computer Science.
Higher Education Trends Analyst – Directorate of Strategic Development.