University Council of Campus, as articulation space
By: Judith Robleto
The presentation of the 704 minimums of law, human talent regulations and internal regulations, were the core points that were addressed during the first University Council of Campus, (CUR), New Guinea, during its first session at this campus of the University of the Autonomous Regions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast, (URACCAN).
Eugenio López Mairena, PhD, vice-chancellor of this campus emphasized the importance of institutional philosophy, "from this space, dialogue about the validity of our philosophy in the light of an entire process of institutional planning, is extremely important because we feel that we are walking down that path that has us in the fifth place of the universities of the country and with the commitment to improve as well" Lopez Mairena said.
As part of the flexion of the mission and vision of this study house; Master Yader Morales, planning coordinator of the venue referred to the positioning of URACCAN since the fulfillment of its plans "for this Intercultural Community University to work on the annual operational planning 2020, as an extension of the strategic plan 2015-2019 and what it means to comply with the minimums of law 704, for the visit of the evaluator pairs is fundamental and involves us all" he assured.
The CUR is a space for concertation, dialogue and socialization about the processes that develop, where decisions are collectively made about the walk of the campus and in which the academic secretary, career or area coordinators, and guilds participate, where the different actions and decision-making of the territory are articulated.