Articulate works for 2020 projections
By: Judith Robleto
URACCAN in its processes of articulation and synergy with the student community held from 20 to 21 January, a working session on the New Guinea campus between the student leadership of all URACCAN territories in conjunction with the student welfare directorate of this house of intercultural higher education.
In this activity are representatives of each of the campuses of the National Union of Students of Nicaragua (UNEN-URACCAN) and Lesther Molina, director of student welfare of the university; agenda items include the planning of the main actions for 2020, as part of the fulfillment of URACCAN's institutional philosophy.
In this sense the Phd. Eugenio López Mairena, vice-chancellor of the New Guinea precinct, welcomed the young leaders who joyfully stressed that, "We are all URACCAN, we are all in the enclosure that we are and it is nice to know that they are working, planning to do their work of union representation in the best way," he said.
Preparation for the VIII Student Congress
According to Deyling Torrez Guido, president of UNEN- URACCAN las Minas precinct, "doing these articulation processes is part of a conviction to strengthen university autonomy" also assured that, "as student leaders we seek to strengthen the institution through all the processes that we carry to make our institution more visible and that is achieved with the involvement of students and for this we must plan" Highlighted.
In addition, Torrez emphasized the planning that is being carried out as a leadership for the celebration of the Eighth Student Congress of URACCAN, to be held in Las Minas, where more than 400 young students from the campuses and extensions that make up this university are expected to participate.
For her part, Katerinne Huete, student representative of the New Guinea precinct, said that a common agenda was agreed that ensures that she worked for the good of the student as one of the fundamental objectives.
The student leader stressed that UNEN's work plans are not separate from institutional plans as "We have always wanted to come working hand in hand with the institution, as we are leaders of UNEN and belong to this university family," she said.
In this context, Rubel Chamorro, president of UNEN-URACCAN presented the work agenda including four key points; within them the annual planning of the action of this guild, organization of the eighth student congress, territorial accompaniment and participation in central American games. The latter point is scheduled for the second half of 2020.