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Pablo Valdivia Chair of Communication, Humanities and Technology

27 July 2020
Prof. Dr. Pablo Valdivia

Universidad de la Frontera (UFRO) and Universidad Austral de Chile (UACH) have recently created the Pablo Valdivia Chair of Communication, Humanities and Technology ascribed to the National PhD Program in Communication and Culture. Prof. dr. Valdivia has been awarded this chair as recognition for his academic and scientific career, and his international leadership in the multidisciplinary research under the interconnections between the humanities and the latest technological advancements. The inaugural event title is “Comunicación, Tecnología y Educación Superior en Latinoamérica” and will take place on 10 September at 4 p.m. (CEST) via Zoom; registration is compulsory. Please note: the inaugural event will be in Spanish.

Prof. dr. Valdivia is SEAS Associate in Applied Physics ( Prof. dr. Eric Mazur’s Department of Physics ) at Harvard University, Fellow in University Innovation at Laspau (affiliated with Harvard University) , Academic Director of the Netherlands Research School for Literary Studies (OSL) , and Scientific and Academic Advisor to NIAS-KNAW. Read more about Pablo Valdivia.

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