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In a free webinar, Samsung addresses diversity in science - Samsung Newsroom Brasil

In a free webinar, Samsung addresses diversity in science – Samsung Newsroom Brasil

The online board, which is open to the public, is part of the Solve For Tomorrow 2022 schedule, Samsung’s global corporate citizenship program.

Samsung will be promoting, next Tuesday (27), another free webinar on the Internet for the general public. The commission focuses on the application of diversity in science and teaching practices, and is part of the 9th Brazilian edition of Solve For Tomorrow, a global corporate citizenship program in which the company encourages students and teachers from public schools to develop solutions for their local communities through a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) approach. ).

In the webinarWhy does science need diversity and how to improve teaching practice?‘, participants will have access to content that demonstrates how a diversity of cultural perspectives and references is a great ally to the practice of science. For this purpose, the online panel, scheduled for 17:00 (Brasilia time), will be shared by Sonia Guimarães, Professor at the Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA) and Ph.D. in Physics. During the event, a virtual space called Science and Diversity will be launched, with curated subjects in the fields of natural sciences, mathematics and technology from an African Matrix perspective.

“One of the goals of Solve For Tomorrow is to encourage diversity in the field of science. We want to reach schools from all regions of Brazil, because we are aware that there is a different culture in each of them, including education, which can contribute to a better education system throughout the country ‘,” says Anna Karina Pinto, Director of Corporate Marketing at Samsung Brazil. Solve For Tomorrow was created to raise access to education and improve our teaching and learning practices. This is part of our global vision of social responsibility: “Together for Tomorrow! Empowering people.

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The webinar is open to the general public, and to participate, interested parties must access the link Tuesday, September 27 at 5 p.m. (Brazilian time).


Webinar “Why Science Needs Diversity and How to Improve Teaching Practice?”

When: September 27 at 5 p.m. (Brasilia time)


investment: free

Mediator: Sonia Guimarães is a Professor at the Aeronautical Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST). She received a full degree in Physics from the Federal University of São Carlos and is known for her brilliant academic career. Sonia fights racism and gender discrimination and encourages girls and women to enter their careers in science.