XXII University Day of Scientific Development at the Bilwi Campus
The JUDC has great significance because it expresses the progress of strengthening investigative capacities.

Presentation of 30 student community research

On the morning of this Thursday, October 22, the XXII edition of the University Day of Scientific Development was opened at the Bilwi campus (JUDC 2020), under the motto: "Creating and Recreating Knowledge, Knowledge and Practices", where the student community has the opportunity to exhibit its own research with themes that strengthen the well-doing of the peoples of the Caribbean Coast. It should be noted that this activity takes place in the framework of the celebration of the XXVI anniversaries of URACCAN and the XXXIII of Regional Autonomy.

Teacher Ivonne McLean, the academic secretary of the venue, was in charge of giving the words of welcome to the magnificent event, who stated that from the university continues to fulfill the commitment to the revitalization of knowledge, knowledge and practices, "develops research processes, processes that are participatory, processes that generate new knowledge, new capacities and innovations, with the purpose of contributing to development with the identity of the peoples" , the academic explained.

The teacher Rosa Palacios, coordinator of the research and postgraduate area, explained that for the university, scientific days imply a great meaning because the advances in the strengthening of research capacities are expressed, and it is also resumed as a space to share the knowledge, knowledge and practices of the student.

Themes that highlight engagement with communities

Palacios emphasized that the 30 researches have been distributed through the different educational areas, there are studies, diagnostics, innovative projects and monographic works carried out by students of Intercultural Medicine, Psychology in Multicultural Contexts, Sociology with mention in Autonomy, Systems Engineering, Civil Engineering, Agroforestry Engineering and Business Administration.

"We are using scientific methodologies, but we are also using our own methodologies, such as CCRISAC (Culture and Breeding of Wisdoms and Knowledge), where we are starting out, for us today is the first experience where we are sharing these researches that have departed from our own knowledge, knowledge of our communities," concluded Master Palacios.

This Thursday is held in the Bilwi campus the XXII edition of the University Day of Scientific Development and tomorrow Friday will be held the Sam Pitts Scientific Day, where officials and officials of URACCAN will share their own research carried out with CCRISAC.

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Neylin Calderon