Train teachers on CCRISAC's own research methodology
CCRISAC aims to rescue all the values, practices and knowledge of indigenous, Afro-descendant and mixed-race peoples.

Teachers of Humanities and Health Sciences

The Research and Postgraduate area of the Bilwi campus trained teachers of Humanities, Legal and Social Sciences, Health Sciences and the coordination of Institutional Evaluation on the methodology of own research, Cultivation and Breeding of Wisdoms and Knowledge (CCRISAC), with the aim of strengthening the investigative capacities in each of the functions of URACCAN and thus contributing with new research and thus contributing to Regional Autonomy.

The teacher Rosa Palacios, coordinator of Research and Postgraduate, said that this type of spaces of Creation, Recreation of Wisdoms and Knowledge are being carried out with each educational area of the enclosure; it started first with general training, "now it will be implemented from the own investigations they are conducting as a commitment as professionals in each area," he explained.

For its part, the MSc. Elebe Williams Muller, coordinator of the area of Humanities, Legal and Social Sciences, considered that from URACCAN, being an intercultural community university, it aims to rescue all the values, practices and knowledge of indigenous, Afro-descendant and mixed-race peoples of the Caribbean Coast.

One of the challenges to be fulfilled as an enclosure is to be able to carry out at least 8 of its own research implementing CCRISAC and to be presented at the Sam Pitts Scientific Day, which takes place every October in commemoration of the anniversary of this house of intercultural higher education.

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Neylin Calderon