Classes restart at URACCAN Bilwi venue: resilience and optimism
URACCAN continues to implement safety measures to prevent COVID-19 and other diseases.

Education Science Meetings Begin

URACCAN Bilwi enclosure opened its doors to the entire student community, having suffered serious damage, both in its infrastructure and in the emotional part of its entire large family. The authorities of the First Intercultural Community University in Latin America, under the wise direction of its rector, Dr. Alta Hooker, decided to comply with the 2020 school calendar, in view of the educational needs of its student. In addition, the area of Education Sciences began its last meeting of the year.

Teacher Ivonne McLean, academic secretary of the campus, said that as planned to restart with the 2020 school year, this Wednesday the call with the students of this university campus was a success. "We have the teachers of Education Sciences, there are 4 groups that we receive, there are all the careers: Agroforestry Engineering, Civil Engineering, Business Administration, Systems Engineering, Sociology, who come on Saturday, the Leadership School, but from there we have all the students that we had planned to arrive today, they have already made presence and are receiving their classes" , the academic reported.

For her part, teacher Ivania Simons, coordinator of the area of Education Sciences, stated that for this meeting students from the following bachelor's degrees in Education Sciences met with mention: Mathematics, English and Language and Literature.

Post-hurricane planning

It should be noted that URACCAN, as an intercultural community university, is committed to accompanying the student after they suffered the two devastating natural phenomena. "It was to be expected that some students would be in the mood, others with desanimos, with sadness, expressing situations of problems that have to be solved immediately and a little of each mood we can find in the classroom," Simons said.

Finally, the academic secretary reaffirmed that, as a university community, and under the guidance of Dr. Alta Hooker, the campaign to raise awareness of the use of masks, hand washing and all prevention measures against Covid-19 and other viral diseases attacking Nicaragua's Caribbean Coast is constantly being promoted.

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