Teachers from the Republic of Panama, from Bocas del Toro to Darién, are this week at the City of Knowledge participating in the University of South Florida (USF) Elementary Science Teaching Program.
Authorities of USF Health visited the City of Knowledge in order to have a meeting and attend a presentation of the project by the Executive President of the City of Knowledge Foundation, Jorge Arosemena.
In recent days Dr. Jörg Thomaier, Chief IP Counsel of the Bayer Group, the Ambassador of Germany in Panama, Karl-Otto König, and the Consul of Germany, visited the City of Knowledge to hold a meeting with executives and affiliates of the CdS.
Panama participated for the first time in the North American conference for the internationalization of education NAFSA 2016 in Denver, Colorado, from May 29 to June 3. The 20 members of the delegation Knolwedge in Panama represented the country in various activities, including 3 presentations in forums, 5 specialized workshops and participation in more than 25 conferences.
The company Esri Panamá and the University of South Florida (USF), both based at the City of Knowledge, formed an alliance to make a web application in order to take measures to prevent the Zika virus.
A delegation from the University of South Florida (USF) led by Provost Ralph Wilcox, visited the City of Knowledge Foundation to meet with its Executive President, Jorge Arosemena, and the Vice President for Business Development, Rolando Armuelles.
CATHALAC and the City of Knowledge Foundation, with the support of SENACYT, held in recent days the conference: "Water, a right of and for all." The event featured special guests from CATHALAC, UC Berkeley, USF Health Panama and the Supreme Court of Justice of Panama.
Approximately twenty scholars and businessmen from the state of Louisiana visited the City of Knowledge (CDS) campus in recent days. The reason for this visit was to meet with several affiliates and attend a presentation by the Executive President of the City of Knowledge Foundation (FCDS), Jorge Arosemena.
Over the last ten years, the team members of the University of South Florida ́s Panama Program (USF), located at the City of Knowledge, have worked with the indigenous Ngäbe-Buglé population in the western region of Panama, close to the Costa Rican border.
On Tuesday, February 11, a delegation of businessmen from Tampa (USA), led by its Mayor, Bob Buckhorn, visited the City of Knowledge where they took the opportunity to meet with its Executive President, Jorge Arosemena.
Organized by USF Health International Foundation, an affiliate of the Academic Department of the City of Knowledge Foundation, the Second International Congress of Vaccinology in the Tropics was held from March 15 to March 17, at the Hotel Intercontinental Playa Bonita Resort & Spa.