Just under 2 days for the Rally, URACCAN students in Las Minas continue to prepare
Psychologist Vania Chavarría Vigil, doing an activity on stress and stress management.
José Garth Medina

The contents developed are linked to URACCAN's Philosophy of Life

Continuing their preparation prior to the Latin American Innovation Rally 2020, the 32 students who will represent URACCAN campus Las Minas received a workshop on stress management, by teacher Vania Chavarría Vigil, responsible for Student Welfare and psychologist in this university residence.

Students, at the level of the venue and including their extensions of Rosita, Bonanza and Waslala, have received different trainings that will allow them to develop the skills and tools necessary to solve the challenges of the Rally, said Félix Aráuz, president of UNEN in Las Minas.

We know that in the Rally, on October 2 and 3, stress takes over the participants, because they are very stressful about the challenges they will try to solve. That's why the Student Welfare area is sharing techniques to master stress, Aráuz explained.

Teacher Ada Madrigal said that, from the Center for Multi-ethnic Women's Studies and Information (CEIMM), the entire process of this innovation event is being supported. Since Monday, young people have been in an intense training process.

URACCAN General Committee and agencies funding the event

The entire process of monitoring, training and accompaniment for the Rally will be carried out by a General Committee, guided by Rectory of URACCAN and consisting of the following areas: Center for Studies and Information of Multi-ethnic Women (CEIMM), Institute of Intercultural Communication (ICI), Student Welfare, Directorate of External Cooperation, Academic Directorate, Union of Students of Nicaragua (UNEN) and System of Information Technology and Institutional Communication (SITICI). This entire interdisciplinary team is coordinated by the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Directorate.

This event is sponsored by the Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Programme (CARCIP), implemented by Telcor, with funding from the World Bank, and the Norwegian Student and Academic International Assistance Fund (SAIH).