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In addition, information was reviewed that allowed to complement the work that was presented in the plenary of the June 19.

As every week and in an already internalized process, the members of the Institutional Management Subcommittee met to work collaboratively in the analysis of the matrix of questions for key informants and, thus, add it to the report already delivered in the first plenary .subc getsion2

During the meeting, which maintains a constant participation, the members were able to subdivide ideas and write the questions and statements regarding the matrix that must be presented and the objective lines it contains, together with the University's purposes.

The Vice Chancellor for Economic and Administrative Affairs, Dr. Armando Mansilla Sunkel, leader of the Institutional Management Subcommittee, presented the matrix and interacted with all the members of the subgroups organized by topics, who did an arduous task at the time of writing the questions to be presented at the next plenary meeting, which will bring together all who have worked in the process of institutional self-evaluation.

For the person in charge of the Office of Institutional Studies, belonging to the Directorate of Strategic Development and Quality, Mg. Melissa Meriño, “This process has been fundamental for the institution and for all those who work in it, since we are not only contributing from our point of view, but we have had to reinforce our knowledge and transfer them to other people, to know what they they make and understand the dynamics of other units; in this way, we contribute directly to the process of self-evaluation, and therefore, to the future accreditation that the University will face ”.

During the last week of July, the second plenary will be held, and at that time is when the participants of each subcommittee will have the opportunity to know the progress in the process, as well as interact among their peers to raise doubts and assertions.

Written by Patricia Castro, DirCom