Such studies appear in its research programs, and in the plans for an immediate future that takes into account all possible variables to benefit the leisure industry in this island.
A message from the Faculty recalled the balance recently carried out in this regard and with an impact on the industry’s current decisions.
The note points out that on January 21, the Student Scientific Work Group (GTCE) Tourism, Biodiversity and Territory (TURbiot) of the Faculty of Tourism of the University of Havana, carried out its Annual Balance corresponding to 2021.
It is a space for dialogue on the results achieved in the research, teaching and extension areas.
The meeting was attended by students and professors of the group, as well as other student scientific work groups of the center of high tourism studies, which promotes the strengthening of the research structure.
The development was based on six lines of research that were presented at the meeting as diploma work from the previous year.
The activities included participation in various events, publications in scientific journals of the working groups, the development of workshops for the training and orientation of students, and a communication work.
Many of the debates were led by Professor Melissa de la Caridad Sanchez. Cuban academics Juan Ernesto Gutiérrez and Yudemir Cruz, among others, were part of these working groups.
The press release issued by the School of Tourism on Tuesday mentions that important topics such as environmental awareness, new lines of research, sustainability and resources to provide quality tourism products were discussed.
Cuba is looking for a recovery in the travel industry after the strong impact of Covid-19, which remains, and in the midst of taking into account the most current trends in this regard, studied by local researchers.