Vice-Chancellor of URACCAN Bluefields Campus, teacher Diala López, and members of the Risk Management Commission.
Planning on academic work
The University of the Autonomous Regions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast (URACCAN), at its Bluefields headquarters, held the fifth Ordinary Session of the University Council of Campus (CUR), where the Institutional Mission and Vision were analyzed in relation to the current emergency.
This session began with the reading of agreements of the previous meeting, by the teacher Heidi Guillén, academic secretariat, in order to determine compliance with them and immediate actions were planned in order to make academics in relation to the global context.
In this regard, as part of the agenda items, context analysis was presented, addressing relevant issues at the international, national, local level and university strategies from the Bluefields venue.
With regard to the COVID-19 pandemic, council members contributed to the issue by addressing the consequences it has generated, such as discrimination over the state of health we currently live in.
Updating the institutional protocol
The progress of the session was attended by representatives of two institutional commissions that are at the helm of the facilities' security protocol, including protection measures for the university community.
That is why teacher Luvy Hernández and the licensee Katherine Flores, members of the Risk Management commissions, presented these new health actions that are being reflected in this document, to the authorities that make up this decision-making body in the territory, for approval and subsequent execution.
Similarly, teacher Diala López addressed the development of the obligations of Law 704, "The Creator Law of the National System for quality assurance of education and regulator of the National Council of Evaluation and Accreditation (CNEA)".