At 12th International Congress of Higher Education "University 2020"

By: Gilberto Artola

The First Intercultural Community University in Latin America, URACCAN, in its walk in spaces of internationalization of Higher Education, from research with its own approach that contribute to the development with identity and to the strengthening of the autonomy of peoples, began this Monday the presentation of the results of its research work within the framework of the International Congress of Higher Education "University 2020".

In this sense, the Sabino Ariel Olivar Molina master's degree from the New Guinea Campus presented his research, "Anxiety towards mathematics in civil engineering students", as did the Javier Osmar Artola GarcĂ­a master's degree from the Las Minas Campus with his research "Learning Mathematics in the First Year of Agroforestry Engineering".

Both researches were presented on Monday morning at the Workshop V Didactic Symposium of Basic Sciences: Engineering and Architecture, within the framework of the International Congress of Higher Education "University 2020".

The academic congress takes place at the Convention Palace in Havana, Cuba, in which the University of the Autonomous Regions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast (URACCAN), participates with a delegation of 15 researchers, headed by the rector of this house of intercultural higher studies, Dr. Alta Hooker.

Similarly, during the afternoon, as part of the Conference on "Higher Education and Diverse Masculinities", the Gretta Paiz master's degree and the Bernardine Dixon master's degree presented their research results.

Paiz presented her work entitled "Violence and Discrimination against Miskitas Women with HIV-AIDS on the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast", on-the-fly research as part of her doctoral thesis on health sciences from the UNAN-Managua Health Research Center (CIES).

For her part, the Dixon master's degree shared the work "Decolonization and depatriarcalization for change, from education: dialogue from the feelings, knowledge and does", in her speech focused on the experience of the First Intercultural Community University in the accompaniment of the peoples of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast.

The presentation day continues to unfold during the week, with research topics exclusive to intercultural community higher education in Nicaragua.