URACCAN promotes project to make their careers centers of social transformation
Authorities of the Las Minas compound, during the meeting with CEIMM authorities.
José Garth Medina

As part of a pilot, an enclosure race has been selected.

The Center for Multi-Ethnic Women's Studies and Information (CEIMM) and the Directorate of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (DIE) initiated the process of articulation with the different areas of URACCAN Las Minas, in order to promote, from the academic area, innovation centers for social transformation from a gender intercultural perspective. This was expressed by the Master's Degree Victor Zúniga, Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at URACCAN.

The articulation process was presented to the URACCAN authorities during the June 2018 University Council and focuses on turning URACCAN careers into innovation centers, which means that innovation and entrepreneurship with students for intercultural community social transformation from a gender intercultural perspective must be enhanced in each career.

Master Bernardine Dixon, director of CEIMM, said that since 2018 the initiative has been being worked on in an articulated way between the Academic Directorate, die and CEIMM, where it has been defined that URACCAN's careers should be centers of social transformation.

The Dixon master's degree explained that a race has been selected in each venue as a pilot test to promote these centers for social transformation. At URACCAN Las Minas is the career of Social Sciences with mention in Local Development; In Bilwi, Puerto Cabezas, Agroforestry Engineering; in New Guinea, Administration; and in Bluefields, Psychology in Multicultural Contexts.

In this sense, a meeting was held with the coordinators of the different areas of knowledge of URACCAN Las Minas, the area of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Vice-Chancellor, to publicize this process, so that it is shared with students.