Vice-Chancellor talks to students from the 3rd year of Psychology in Multicultural Contexts
Dr. Cordón, sharing orientations with psychology students.
Neylin Calderon

Informational and welcome dialogues in the second school semester

This Wednesday, Enrique Cordón, PhD, vice-chancellor of the Bilwi enclosure and the Licda. Teisey Allen, visited the classroom of the students of the third year of Psychology in Multicultural Contexts to report on the security measures that continue to be implemented in the URACCAN in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and other important topics for the student.

The vice-chancellor explained to students the importance of continuing to take care of themselves to prevent further coronavirus contagion, as well as the per-meeting modality being implemented in all URACCAN enclosures and extensions.

In addition, Cordón explained that, through the institutional evaluation processes, focused on Law 704, of the National Council of Evaluation and Accreditation (CNEA), in addition to institutional order, from this new semester the career of Psychology in Multicultural Contexts goes from the area of Health Sciences to the area of Social Sciences, Education, Commercial and Law, which is led by the teacher Elebe Williams.

"We have entered a process of monitoring and monitoring, evaluation and monitoring of the career, in order to make improvements and seek to orient ourselves in the quality of teaching-learning processes and, in all that, we are entering a process of internal ordering of the structure and accommodations of some areas. We (URACCAN), starting Monday, are making some adjustments to new areas, (...) in the case of the Humanities area, they are going to spend other careers," said the vice-chancellor.

Curriculum and extracurricular activities with Psychology students

For her part, the Licda. Teisey Allen emphasized that both curricular and extracurricular activities continue to be part of the academic pennsum of the Psychology career. "You're going to have at least 2 extracurricular cognitive area activities and a non-cognitive area activity, which is the personal skills workshop, which will be much more demanded than in the other activities, because that workshop is going to do for your development as individuals and as future mental health professionals," she explained.

The personal skills workshop will start next week, wednesday from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.; students will be cared for by a representative of puerto Cabezas' network of psychologists, as facilitator of the workshop.

In the case of the third year, it will be attended by psychologists Bellany Moncada and Perla Gómez. "They're going to be divided into 2 smaller groups, you're going to work on the issues of emotional intelligence, self-esteem, sexual awareness and others," Allen emphasized.