Educators and industry specialists working toward solutions
From February 17 – 21, 2014, over 200 experts will participate in a brainstorming session to be held at the Centro de Convenciones, Vasco Nunez de Balboa Hotel el Panama. The question at hand – how will education and infrastructure keep up with the explosive economic growth that Latin American countries are currently experiencing?
By sharing their research and expertise, the 2014 Latin American Meeting of Women Engineers, Architects, and Land Surveyors hopes to come up with some answers. Spearheaded by the Technological University of Panama and the Santa Maria La Antigua University, the conference will explore numerous topics including the following:
- Policies & legislation
- Certifications & standards
- The roles of higher education
- The impact of women professionals
- Conservation & environmental quality
- Renewable energy & biotechnology
- Sustainable urbanism
Admission to the conference is $300 per attendee and $175 for students. For more information about the event call (507)560-3003 or email email@example.com.