The Social Interaction Committee of Pamplona University is a consultant office to Social Interaction Vice President Office.

Composition: The Social Interaction Committee of Pamplona University is formed by the President, the Social Interaction Vice President, the Research Vice President, the Academic Vice President and the Administrative Vice President.

Objective: To work together with Social Interaction Vice President Office in conceptualizing, organizing, running and controlling the Social Interaction System.

Functions of the Social Interaction Committee of the University:

a) Evaluate policies and strengthening strategies of the Social Interaction System of the University

b) Financial management that eases and guarantees the availability of the economical, infrastructural, technological resources, among others, for the Social interaction System.

c) Monitoring to formulation, execution and evaluation of the results and impact of the policies, programs, and project of Social Interaction.

d) Determine the orientation of the social interaction policies in agreement with the Research Vice President’s Office and Academic Vice President’s Office

e) Guide the programs and projects of the Social Interaction System in order to guarantee a positive impact in the communities that benefit from the social interaction activities.

f) Guarantee the development of activities that please the needs and demands of the regional, national and international environment in order to formulate a proposal of Social Interaction in various areas.

g) Plan, organize and run activities and networks that allow the execution of social projects related to socio-cultural challenges that meet the demands of the more vulnerable population groups in the frontier zone.

h) Incentive and stimuli request in order to promote social interaction.

i) Assure that the function of social interaction is made within the framework of the standards stated in this document and current Colombian regulations.

j) Evaluate the relevance and impact to communities of the projects inside or outside the Institution.

k) Plan bimestrial meetings, allowing for the possibility of extraordinary meetings when required, and keep a record in the minutes of all topics discussed.


Translated By: Mg. PhD(c) Carlos Alberto Jaimes Guerrero