Honorary Chairs in the UCI: for the essence of our history and the growth of the community
Just three days before the commemoration in Cuba of the birthday of the Major General of the Liberating Army, Antonio Maceo, and the Commander of the Rebel Army, Ernesto Che Guevara, the University of Informatics Sciences (UCI) is holding the First Symposium of the Honorary Chairs.
The space, convened by the UCI's Directorate of History and Marxism-Leninism, became an exchange of experiences and activities that promote research by students and workers on the history and the approach of this to other communities surrounding the institution.
During the meeting, held at the University's Cultural Centre, presidents and members of the Chairs shared anecdotes, printed and digital literature, visits to different museums and the conclusion of agreements with entities specialized in the subject matter of each Chair.
The I Symposium in this centre, among the Honorary Chairs José Martí, Antonio Maceo, Julio Antonio Mella, Ernesto Che Guevara, of Studies of Gender Vilma Espín, of Bolivarian Thought and of Chess Remberto A. Fernández; showed the ideological political work that the UCI undertakes in a different, creative and enriching way without losing the essence of our history.
Through the José Martí Honorary Chair, students from Faculty 1 interact with the teacher and also with children and parents of children's circles around the University.
An exhibition of the printed and multimedia literature used by members of the Antonio Maceo Honorary Chair to encourage research among students.