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15 de Abril de 2016, 12:14 , por Ana Elisa Rocha - | Ninguém está seguindo este artigo ainda.
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The Week for Scientific Mobilization - SEMOC is an activity promoted annually by the Catholic University of Salvador, integrating the regular schedule of the academic calendar of activities at UCSAL. SEMOC series has generated important developments to strengthen the academic ambience, among which includes the stimulation of awareness and mobilization of various segments of the university community, with repercussions on production and socialization of scientific research, exchange of cultural activities and joint between campuses and inter faculty, students, staff and researchers around the selected themes. The succession of central themes of the series SEMOC demonstrates a logical sequence and translator privileged merit the Catholic University of Salvador, limited in explicit concerns with social issues and fundamental principles of universal nature, articulating in this way with the pedagogical proposal institutional, but also shows the tendency to put at the center of debates issues of broad scope and interdisciplinary approach, which is funded by the institutional culture of integration in multiple areas of knowledge within the academic portfolio of UCSAL. The event brings as central theme Nature, Science and Society, which allows experiencing the inseparability of teaching, research and extension, synchronized with the institutional policy of guided agendas that favor reflections of social and environmental relevance in view of the effectiveness of common rights gains.




The theme "Nature, Science and Society", causes the academic community, and society as a whole to a higher intellectual engagement based on the analysis and coherence of current discourse with the environmental issues. The theme seeks to explore the interfaces within an optical to propose and objectively, find less compromising solutions to the conflicts entered in contemporary environmental crisis. For his speech is successful it is necessary to understand the environmental condition interweaves issues of culture, religion, family, land, health, law, economics, business administration, political and non-academic knowledge. This understanding emerges in many more broad themes, in more complex ways than one might suggest by any conventional theoretical segment, without losing sight of the spaceport of phenomena that places its materiality. It is exactly on this spaceport that sit the subtopics that comprise the interdisciplinary links in different combinations of teaching, research and extension. With the scope outlined here, "Nature, Science and Society" is a theme that includes scientists and interested in the natural sciences, social sciences or humanities, physical sciences and character of technologies applied, but also those who want to expand academic studies and develop personal knowledge relating to the natural environment and society, and especially to decision makers from the public, private and local, national and international NGOs.