Researchers Roberth Salamanca Ávila and Marisol Valencia present this book, a product of the investigation, individually, of Social work in Latin America.
Daniel Gutiérrez Ardila, professor researcher at the Center for History Studies, was recognized for his book, “‘La Restauración en la Nueva Granada” (1815 – 1819).
The Interdisciplinary Science and Human Processes Laboratory – LINCIPH – of the Health, Medical Knowledge, and Society (CIDS) area of the Externado de Colombia Social and Human Sciences Faculty, together with the Colegio Colombiano de Neurociencia – COLNE – invite to this event.
The Externado hosted one of the meetings of the III Latin American Convention of Sociology Students.
With a series of academic lectures and discussion panels, the Third Version of the Convention will discuss the twists and social transformations in Latin America.
Experts in childhood and adolescence convened at the Externado for an international symposium to study alternatives to children’s institutionalization.
On April 1-9, 2017, the Social Work Program conducted a field trip to the departments of Huila and Cauca, offering students and teachers the opportunity to learn about different social dynamics.