URACCAN develops its IX Intra-University Conference on Scientific Development
The deputy chancellor of the compound, PhD. Eugenio López, gave the words and reflections of welcome.
Judith Robleto

URACCAN develops its IX Intra-University Day, with the participation of 15 research papers. The activity is developed from the New Guinean campus and has students from different careers from the 4 university campuses of this study house.

Making a little history, the Intrauniversiarian Day has been part since 2008, of the need to disseminate URACCAN research that obtains the best results in the University Conferences of Scientific Development of each territory. In response to this need, a first Intra-University Day is held for 2010, with the bilwi site headquartered.

In this sense, Master Wilson Calero Borge, Research and Postgraduate Coordinator of this host campus, said that "today in this space we are as we should be: the 4 venues together presenting the best research of our students and the best contributions of the university to the community".

For the PhD. Eugenio López Mairena, vice-chancellor of the venue and who gave the words of welcome to the event, "this space responds to one of the substantive actions of URACCAN, which is research, and this space represents precisely those investigations that also respond to the reason for being of this university because of its relevance".

The vice-chancellor assured that this space allows to identify "the jobs that would represent URACCAN to national exposcience, where the different universities of the country participate; this work reflects this research process, where the scientific work that is binding on the other functions of community accompaniment and advocacy materializes." The main objective of the Intrauniversitarian Conferences is to promote and enhance research in the student as a form of the process of vocational training and knowledge of the different problems affecting the society and the Caribbean region of the country, mainly. These researches are incorporated in the journals of URACCAN, allowing the dissemination in Nicaragua and the Caribbean Coast, as well as in academic and cultural networks of which URACCAN is a part.