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Chilean Conference on Psychology held at Universidad de Santiago

  •    The 11th Chilean Conference on Psychology was organized by the Network of Schools of Psychology of the Consortium of State Universities of Chile and it was held at Universidad de Santiago de Chile.

Faculty of Administration and Economics opens the first Latin American Complutense School

  • The school has travelled through Latin America countries, like Colombia, Mexico and Argentina and it was opened for the first time in Chile.

 

 

New Camões Centre for Studies in Portuguese Language at Universidad de Santiago de Chile

  • The Center was founded at Universidad de Santiago de Chile to develop the knowledge of the Portuguese language across the Chilean universities.

Students at the Architecture program of Universidad de Santiago win CAP Student Competition

  • The winning project of one of the most important architecture competitions –the CAP Student Competition- was selected among 34 proposals from different schools of architecture in Chile.

Universidad de Santiago’s new Law School draws high interest at Universities’ Fair

  • The 14th version of the SIAD Universities’ Fair, the most important professional and vocational guidance fair for high school students in the country, was successfully held last week.

 

 

Maqui berry to combat side effects of psychotropic drugs

  •  According to Dr Leonel Rojo, researcher at the Faculty of Chemistry and Biology, the use of Aristotelia Chilensis allows to reverse the problems caused by the use of psychotropic drugs, like obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

The project gathers 15 institutions of Chile, USA and Europe, like Cedenna, and seeks to develop, analyze and test new therapies for treating colorectal cancer by means of magnetic nanostructures. The initiative also has the purpose of promoting human ca

  •  The project gathers 15 institutions of Chile, USA and Europe, like Cedenna, and seeks to develop, analyze and test new therapies for treating colorectal cancer by means of magnetic nanostructures.

Students at Technological Faculty design low-cost prostheses for disabled people

  • Since high school, Gerson Molina and Cristopher Cáceres have shown entrepreneurial and social spirit. Today, they are focused on providing solutions to poor people who require prostheses, using 3D technology.

Faculty of Humanities welcomed exchange students from the College of Charleston

  • Eleven American students started their study abroad program at Universidad de Santiago, in the context of the College of Charleston International Program, and opportunity for academic exchange led by the Department of Linguistics and Litera

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