Meeting of IMPALA finished in Carcavelos – Portugal

During the IMPALA project meeting held in in Nova School of Business and Economics in Carcavelos, Portugal, the workshop “How to apply the frame of reference of measurement of impact of the third mission at an institutional level” was presented.

In it, representatives of partner universities from Cuba, Panama, Colombia, and Europe participated. Thanks to this event, the projects are structured and ready to be executed, which will measure the impact of the third mission on each of the Latin American universities.

IMPALA Project Major achievements presented to top managers of Colombian universities

On March 19 at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, the National Top Managers of the IMPALA members of Colombia was held. The meeting was attended by approximately 40 people from  the different Colombian Institutions.

During the meeting, we had an introduction of the Project which was presented by the  EFMD coordinators. Additionally, the progress of the Project and its scope were presented by Dr. Rafael Monterde, Professor at the Universidad Politecnica de Valencia.

Yet another phase of the IMPALA project will take place next week from March 4 – 6, 2020 at NOVA University

A group of almost 50 senior higher education directors and members of top management of Education Ministries of Colombia, Panama and Cuba will convene at Nova School of Business & Economics in Carcavelos, Portugal for a training workshop on the application of the Impact Assessment Framework provided by specialists and instructors of the Erasmus+ IMPALA Project consortium members from Italy, Spain and Portugal.


Top managers meeting is held at Universidad de Panamá

The top managers meeting was held in the Academic Vice Rectory of the Universidad de Panamá, regarding the Erasmus + IMPALA Project.It should be noted that among the participants were Dr. José Emilio Moreno, Academic Vice Chancellor; Mgter Arnold Muñoz, Administrative Vice Chancellor; Dr. Carlos Bellido, Director of Regional Centers; Mr. Andrés Chang, Director of the Darién Regional University Center; Mgter Nereida Herrera Tuñón, General Secretary of the Universidad de Panamá.