Rector and general secretary of URACCAN, on an accompanying visit to the Bluefields campus
The rector of URACCAN, Dr. Alta Hooker (to the center), accompanied by Dr. José Saballos and the vice-chancellor of the Bluefields venue.

The authorities also assessed progress on infrastructure projects.

The rector of URACCAN, Dr. Alta Hooker, and the Secretary General, PhD. José Saballos, visited this Friday the Bluefields campus as part of an accompaniment process to know the organization of this campus around the COVID-19 pandemic and how the conditions for the university community to resume their academic activities have been ensured.

The visit of both authorities also addressed the infrastructure projects that are being carried out in the territory, including the auditorium, the Aunt Irene hotel and restaurant, and the construction of new offices, still underway.

"We are reviewing the process of advancing the construction of the campus auditorium, which becomes an important reference for the university community and the city of Bluefields," said URACCAN Secretary General.

The fight for higher education in the pandemic context

Dr. Saballos emphasized the challenges of this community and intercultural university in the face of the current crisis in health, adding that "our communities and peoples of the Autonomous Regions of Nicaragua have been under a strong attack of this new disease in which we have been affected in one way or another as a university, so this process of change that runs Rectory in the accompaniment of the General Secretariat is in order to be able to assess the impact that we have been affected in one way or another as a university, so this process of change that runs Rectory in the accompaniment of the General Secretariat is in order to be able to assess the impact that we have been affected in one way or another as a university, so this process of change that runs Rectory in the accompaniment of the General Secretariat is in order to be able to assess the impact that we have been affected in one way or another as a university, so this process of change that runs Rectory in the accompaniment of the General Secretariat has the purpose of being able to assess the impact that we have been affected in one way or another as a university, so this process of change that runs Rectory in the accompaniment of the General Secretariat has the purpose of being able to assess the impact that we have been affected in one way or another as a university, so this process coVID-19 in academic education and institutional functioning."

According to the meeting with the University Council, assessing actions that allow in a successful and sustainable way to ensure and restore some normality, with all necessary measures.

According to the Secretary-General, "there was a collective dialogue on different agreements for different institutional strengthening processes; our perspective is to strengthen the functioning in these scenarios, starting with the Bluefields enclosure."

Space for reflection and commitment

Rector Hooker reflected on the importance of the responsibility of each member of this large URACCAN family, in continuing to fulfill the Mission and Vision of this house of higher education."The commitment of colleagues, who remain firm in this process," Dr Hooker concluded.

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