URACCAN vice-chancellor Bluefields venue holds working meeting
Vice-chancellor of the Bluefields venue, Diala López, with directors and area coordinators.
Josselyn Flores

Working for institutional strengthening

Vice-Chancellor of URACCAN Venue Bluefields held a working meeting with area managers and coordinators to plan and organize activities based on strengthening institutional work and in view of the country's context.

The session began with the guidance of teacher Diala López, vice-chancellor of the venue, who shared substantial aspects addressed last week in New Guinea, during the hard work of planning the professional team led by Dr. Alta Hooker.

Based on this, the educational, sociocultural and economic impact of the health emergency was analyzed. This pandemic, according to teacher Diala's analysis, has also influenced the practice of xenophobia.

Adjustment in academic activities according to the context

According to the vice-chancellor, the readjustment to the planning of each academic area must be framed in the context that is being lived by COVID-19.

The adjustment in the planning of academic work, López explained, was made with the purpose of safeguarding the university community and strengthening higher education processes, so that it is given way out the activities that due to the situation have been postponed.

"When we plan we must see the outside, because these factors affect our planning in a positive or negative way; we plan based on what is set out in the Strategic Plan and to respond to our Institutional Vision and Mission," she explained.