Coordination Meeting of the FUESE Meeting in Panama

On March 20, 21 and 22, the first in-person meeting of the consortium of 14 institutions (12 Central American and 2 European) formed for the development of the FUESE project: Strengthening Extension in the Ecosystem of the Universities of Central America was closed. The meeting began virtually on February 15 and served to kick off the activities that took shape in the in-person meeting at UDELAS in Panama in March.

FUESE aims to evaluate the impact of university extension policies and practices in the Central American context. The project presents an ambitious roadmap for its execution over the next three years. In 2024, the diagnosis and analysis phase will be carried out, followed by implementation and development in 2025, and ending with monitoring and transformation in the last year of the project. Each stage has specific objectives that will contribute to strengthening university extension in the region.

Professors Diego Castro (FUESE coordinator at the UAB) and Aleix Barrera attended on behalf of the UAB. The next in-person meeting will be at USAL (El Salvador) on November 20, 21 and 22 of this year, 2024. For more information here.

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