Dr. Alta Hooker Blandford submits her candidacy for rector to URACCAN's electoral committee
Receiving candidacy for URACCAN 2021-2026
Receiving candidacy for URACCAN 2021-2026

Corresponding to the institutional elections 2021-2026

This morning, at the URACCAN Liaison Office, Dr. Alta Hooker Blandford was presented to the electoral committee to formally submit her candidacy for the position of rectory, in the institutional elections of URACCAN 2021-2026, complying with the rules and electoral calendar, previously shared by the committee that leads this process.

Dr. Hooker arranges her work to consolidate the internationalization and strengthening of the model of Intercultural Community University, under the commitment of articulation and the promotion of unity from diversity, so she presented herself with the documentation required in the statutes arranged to participate in this institutional civic festival.

Hooker also urged the colleagues present to work hand in hand in the process of consolidating a university model that radiates interculturality and transcends at the regional, national and international levels.

Expectations during the election period

According to the chairwoman of the election committee, Msc. Bernardine Dixon, the expectations for this electoral process is that the university community will join a civic and quiet process, "we hope it will be a real civic party, so that, as an Intercultural Community University we are, we can set an example for our university community," Dixon said.

Similarly, Dixon emphasized the institutional commitment that candidates must have to run in this election. "I believe that for us and for the university it is the fundamental thing, those who aspire to these positions must have the commitment to the university, must have love, dedication and all the dedication that we dream of all of us at URACCAN, to continue advancing in the walk of our university," he said.

The university community as a participatory actor

Finally, the chairwoman of the electoral committee referred to the role played by the university community during this period, emphasizing the participation and respect that must be had to be had to carry out a harmonious and civic process.

"The role of each one is fundamental; apart from voting, they are committed to ensuring that this is a quiet and peaceful process, so the commitment of students, teachers and administrative staff must be civic participation," Dixon concluded.

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