Field practices

By: Neylin Calderón

As part of the celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the URACCAN, work was initiated for infrastructure improvements in the Bilwi campus, where the central activities of the university's 25 years will be carried out, the students of the civil engineering career are in charge of these works.

That is why students of the V year of civil engineering of URACCAN Bilwi enclosure, continue with the construction of the facade of the entrance to the campus, while those of the first year improve the alternating entrance to the enclosure, performing earth movement and compaction of it.

Student expectations

"We are pleased to support the university, as it is our alma mater, it is the teaching soul for us, to have a better future and improve the Caribbean Coast," said Kevin González Ochoa, student of the 10 year of civil engineering.

During these activities, the enthusiasm with which students work is notorious, "we thank the university for taking us into account because they give us the opportunity to make initiatives and have primary knowledge in construction and also to give the university a grain of sand," Gonzalez said.

Mutual strengthening

It should be mentioned that the civil engineering career, is one of the most demanded in this university campus, in the first year alone there are 54 students, before this Kevin González said that it is because on the Caribbean Coast there are not many civil engineers, "thanks to URACCAN for bringing this race for civil engineers to bring them from Managua , but meet own engineers from the Caribbean Coast, intercultural civil engineers, indigenous civil engineers from our Caribbean coast," he concluded.

URACCAN continues to strengthen indigenous, Afro-descendant and mixed-race peoples by creating new professionals relevant to the contexts of Nicaragua's Caribbean Coast, fulfilling the mission and vision of training men and women with knowledge, knowledge, skills and a sense of entrepreneurship and innovation, as in this case.