National University of Comahue
|National University of Comahue|
|Universidad Nacional del Comahue|
|Location||various cities, Neuquén, Río Negro and Chubut, Argentina|
The National University of Comahue (Spanish: Universidad Nacional del Comahue, UNC/UNCo/Uncoma) is an Argentine national university with branches in the provinces of Neuquén, Río Negro and Chubut, with a center in the city of Neuquén and units in Viedma, Bariloche, San Martín de los Andes, Cipolletti, Zapala, Allen, General Roca, Choele Choel, San Antonio Este, Villa Regina, Esquel, Puerto Madryn, Trelew. It is the largest public university in Argentine Patagonia.
Its history can be traced to the University of Neuquén, the provincial university created in 1965 to prevent the migration of students and promote the establishment of teachers, established on land donated by the Municipality of Neuquén, an area of 107 hectares, over the annexation of other further land, which in total amounted to 120 hectares that were built in parks and gardens around the premises.
At first, it was taught in the field of Educational Sciences Faculty careers in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, History, Geography, and Literature Castilian and Natural Sciences as well as the careers of Social Anthropology, Psychology, Management, Tourism, Geology and Mining.
In 1971, it ordered its creation and National University of Comahue by national law, under the Plan called Taquini. It came together in an organization at the University of Neuquén and other colleges scattered throughout the region. On March 15, 1972 began the first school year in the new campus, on the basis of the educational experience of the provincial university and the institutes that preceded it, which had formed several classes of graduates.
The University is based in two areas linked by a social and cultural history in common the name must Comahue. His coat is based on the Mapuche worldview and human figures found in crafts and paintings.
The announcement of the creation of the National University of Río Negro in 2005 generated great uncertainty in the UNC. Initially the project included the extinction of the university, then it was modified to start talking about "complementarity" between the two houses of higher learning. This change helped to achieve the majority support Argentine National Congress.
The Pehuensat-1 satellite was created for educational purposes, built entirely in Argentina. Its launch took place on January 10, 2007 morning aboard a rocket from an aerospace base in India. The assembly took five years and was conducted by teachers and students of the university.
The Argentine satellite weighs 6 pounds, goes into orbit about 640 miles high and traveling at a speed around the Earth of 25 000 kilometers per hour. It has an aluminum body structure and space-like solar panels on one side. The electronics consists of a transmitter, a computer and two packs of batteries that are recharged with solar energy. Also responsible for transmitting antenna to Earth parameters.
- Símbolo de la UNC, Diseño e identidad de la Universidad Nacional del Comahue
- Navarro, Fernando A. Repertortio de siglas, acrónimos, abreviaturas y símbolos utilizados en los textos médicos en español. Tremédica, Asociación Internacional de Traductores y Redactores de Medicina y Ciencias Afines
- Portal de Prensa de la Uncoma, Universidad Nacional del Comahue
- Instituciones y Siglas Rede Latino-americana de Estudos Sobre Trabalho Docente