By: Judith Robleto
Since the model of Intercultural Community University, URACCAN, in its University Campus New Guinea, has been conducting briefings and accountability with the entire university community; a space that starts from institutional pre-planning in community consultation processes.
According to teacher Consuelo Blandón, academic secretary of the campus, these spaces are "in order to reflect on our mission and vision, in addition we know a little about the curriculum of each career, because the student assemblies are organized by careers and by area of knowledge and therefore we always manage to insert some tips on assertive communication, scholarship processes , in addition to being accountable to both the student and the administrative and teaching staff to be soaked," he said.
For his part, the engineer Yader Morales, coordinator of institutional planning, proposed that "student assemblies are very important activities in the university and it is a process that starts from preplanning where coordinations of areas pose all the requirements for the development of academic activity, management and extension", he said.
Morales also assured that these assemblies "publicize the execution of all resources, this implies a process of accountability from our philosophy of intercultural community university," he added.
During these spaces, students come up with ideas and proposals that are taken into account to continue advancing the walk of this house of study, from a joint process and in articulation, that allows constancy and perseverance in the model of Intercultural Community University.
Moreover, according to Katerinne Huete, president of UNEN New Guinea, assemblies are "a space that allows us to see how the university works and that is also seeing the transparency of the distribution of funds by area and also how we can be working by 2020," he said.