During the student meeting, a cultural night was held with indigenous Caribbean dances.
This institution has professionalized more than 9,000 men and women who contribute to the strengthening of Regional Autonomy
URACCAN, in its walk and strengthening of the original peoples, promotes quality community and intercultural education. For this reason, Edition No. 2 (print and digital version), of the magazine "URACCAN al día" is dedicated to student life in this house of higher education.
In 25 years, this institution has professionalized more than 9 thousand men and women who contribute to the strengthening of Regional Autonomy. The magazine, in its Editorial states that URACCAN contributes to the consolidation of good practices from coexistence and sharing, supporting and accompanying the management of the Student Movement. In addition, it relates the opening of the Student Welfare Directorate, created in 2018, as a policy of the institution in strengthening the academic process of students.
In this edition, details of the experiences and experiences shared at the VII Student Congress organized by the National Union of Nicaraguan Students of URACCAN, at which the inauguration, Dr. Alta Hooker Blandford, rector of URACCAN, emphasized the constant progress that the university has made along the way in its 25 years of existence.
In addition, university students learned fundamental aspects of URACCAN's Intercultural Management Policy on Cooperation, Solidarity and National and International Complementarity, where the Norwegian Student and Academic International Assistance Fund (SAIH) has played a leading role in building intercultural citizenships, since the implementation of projects that strengthen Intercultural Higher Education.
The students identified the contributions made by the Institutes and Research Centers, a presentation by teacher Berna Dixon, director of the Center for Multi-Ethnic Women's Information Studies (CEIMM-URACCAN).
The Student Movement recognized the work of its university for 25 years of experience. To conclude the meeting, a cultural night was held with dances indigenous to the Caribbean Coast, starring students of the university.
This edition reports on URACCAN's first participation in the XI Central American Interuniversity Festival of Culture and Art, held in San José, Costa Rica. And this event had its starting point focused on the Regional Conference of Higher Education (CRES 2018).
In this context, UNEN organized the Second Festival of Art and Culture, by the executive of the Las Minas venue, where delegations from Bonanza, Rosita, Waslala, the Bluefields venue and a delegation from the National University of Engineering (UNI) attended.
As part of URACCAN's XXV Anniversary activities, CEIMM, in coordination with institutional commissions against violence, rewarded, at this festival, the young women who participated in the Student Arts Competition against Discrimination and Violence.
This publication invites the reader to meet the Presagio Cultural Movement, made up of young writers from the Las Minas venue who share their creative art here, with singing, storytelling and poetry.