During the meeting, Alicia Alonso Becerra congratulated the UNISS Board of Directors and its teachers.
The results of the strategic work objectives of the University of Sancti Spíritus José Martí Pérez (UNISS) in the recently concluded 2023 were confirmed this Wednesday by a work team from the Ministry of Higher Education (MES) led by Vice Minister Alicia Alonso Becerra.
The official recognized the progress shown by UNISS in various indicators that surpassed the previous period; however, he insisted on doubling efforts to bring those who have not yet achieved the desired results to higher levels. stages.
During the exchange held with the Board of Directors of the University and other structures of the House of Higher Education, Alonso Becerra reflected on the need to achieve the stability of the faculty and the enrollment to form the workforce that is required in the province.
He recognized the initiative of UNISS to create spaces in the student residence to facilitate scholarship for those students who come from other towns and provinces.
“This is a good decision by the Board of Directors of the University because of the difficult situation that the country is experiencing in the fuel situation, and you have to analyze the capacities that you have in student accommodation, food, and other things. “There are reasons to offer the possibility of a scholarship to men, and this is not the cause of casualties,” he said.
During the working day, the doctor of science and his work group, together with the UNISS Board of Directors and its rector, Edelvy Bravo Amarante, visited the Digital Manufacturing Area (FabLab), a newly created space in the Sancti Spiritus teaching institution with classrooms. and laboratories that will benefit, from now on, the university community.
In this area, Alonso Becerra and his team received detailed information on the challenges of this project that has just started at the university, which, without a doubt, will contribute to the training of future professionals.
The University of Sancti Spíritus José Martí Pérez begins this 2024 academic year with an enrollment that exceeds 7,000 students in different modalities and careers studied in the aforementioned house of higher education.