The program, organized by the International University of the Sea, starts this Tuesday in Águilas with a lecture by Manuel Molina Boix and will continue until August 12
The XXVI edition of
‘Looking at the sea’, summer conference cycle organized by the International University of the Sea (Unimar), belonging to the University of Murcia,
starts this Tuesday in Águilas. This initiative will run until August 12 with a series of free and face-to-face lectures that will deal with three areas of great relevance during the pandemic:
science, research and education. All activities will take place at 8:00 p.m. in the Francisco Rabal House of Culture, in the Asunción Balaguer Square of the municipality.
The person in charge of opening the program is the doctor
Manuel Molina Boix, which will offer tonight a lesson entitled ‘Healthcare in the face of the Covid-19 challenge’. Molina Boix is
Internal Medicine specialist, president of the Spanish Association against Cancer in the Region of Murcia and president of the Society of Internal Medicine of the Region of Murcia. For this reason, it will develop a conference on the current role of science, health and sanitation.
This Thursday it will be the turn of
Andrés Escarbajal Fruits, Professor of the Department of Didactics and School Organization of the Faculty of Education of the University of Murcia. The dissertation, entitled ‘Inclusive communities: coexistence and mediation’, will deal with the importance of education at the present time.
The third presentation is given by the professor of Greek and president of the Murcian Association of Latin and Greek Teachers,
Jaime Francisco Hernandez Garcia. It will be on Tuesday, August 10 and will revolve around dead languages, ancient cultures and famous authors under the title ‘Read the classics today in Latin and Greek, luxury or necessity?’. The cycle will end on Thursday 12 with ‘Looking at the sea from a different perspective. A journey from the eye to the brain ‘, a lecture by the professor of Optics at the University of Murcia Norberto López Gil.
‘Mirando al mar’, coordinated by Jorge Novella Suárez, professor of Philosophy at UMU, is part of the summer courses organized by Unimar each year for students, university graduates and people interested in the subjects. This year it is carried out with the aim of giving relevance to those professions that have been in the front line of battle during the pandemic, such as health, science, research, education and pedagogy. The lectures are free, face-to-face and free until a maximum capacity of 25 students is completed. No prior registration is necessary.