Teacher Serafina Espinoza: "As officials we reflect positively on how we accompany our peoples in a spirit of brotherhood."
Damage assessment and student care planning
The Bilwi campus held the tenth regular session of the University Council of Campus (CUR), convened by its vice-chancellor, PhD. Enrique Cordón, to address damage assessment, facility rehabilitation and class restart plan after the passage of the two recent hurricanes. The activity was accompanied by the rector of URACCAN, Dr. Alta Hooker Blandford, whose leadership has been fundamental throughout this process.
The agenda began with the reflection of the Mission and Vision of this house of intercultural higher education, where each of the members had the opportunity to express their feelings, does and desires from their working spaces, and was also pondered about the brotherhood and resilience that exists among the university community, considering that it has been a very difficult year , but with dedication and love for the institution and peoples of the Cota Caribe has come forward, without crying out.
Dr. Hooker gave words of encouragement and hope to the honorable members of the CUR, and shared initiatives for the rehabilitation of the venue, thanks to the multiple efforts she has made with national and international entities.
In this sense, teacher Serafina Espinoza reflected on how URACCAN continues to "contribute to balance, with emotional supports; as officials we reflect positively on how we accompany our peoples in a spirit of brotherhood."
For his part, Dr. Enrique Cordón, vice-chancellor of the compound said that this tenth session was intended to present to the honorable members of the CUR the assessment of the damage caused to the infrastructure of the university campus. "We have looked for ways to reactivate the venue again, regardless of the problems and difficulties we have, we are re-planning to restructure and rehabilitate the enclosure, we have already restarted the classes because the enclosure cannot be paralyzed," he said.
Finally, Cordón showed joy that the solidarity and commitment of the entire university community has been seen, despite having gone through this terrible experience of two powerful hurricanes, with the difficulties in their homes, they were activated to clean up and reactivate the university campus again, always under the timely efforts and guidance of Dr. Alta Hooker Blandford.