By: Digital Edition | Photos courtesy CNEA
Collective work between URACCAN and the CNEA
An interdisciplinary team of academics and academics of the National Council of Evaluation and Accreditation (CNEA) and URACCAN conclude this Friday a meeting in which the main product is the construction and socialization of accreditation manuals of the agroforestry engineering career.
The accreditation of this career will be carried out before the CNEA, incorporating comprehensive risk management and resilient adaptation to climate change with a gender intercultural perspective.
Another product to be achieved during this meeting is the development of the Operational Plan 2020, which fulfills the establishment of bridges of dialogue and harmony for the design of accreditation guides and instruments.
By URACCAN, Leticia Castillo, academic director of the university, participates; Marbel Baltodano and Yader Galo Sacasa, from the evaluation directorate, William Flores, program officer of the cooperation directorate and Jamil Castillo, coordinator of the agroforestry engineering career at the URACCAN Las Minas Campus.
Meanwhile, by the CNEA, Maribel Duriez González, PhD., president of the CNEA, the master's degree Mario Caldera Alfaro, vice president, Francisco Jácamo Ramírez, member Secretary and Isabel Benavides Gutiérrez, member of this collegiate instance, attend. Mercedes Tinoco, PhD., also participates as part of the Ad Hoc technical commission.
The concertation during this session will allow to connect the voices, thoughts, feelings, knowledge, does and desires of the university community for the process of accreditation of the agroforestry engineering career.