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Taller de desarrollo y avance profesional para facultad en ingeniería

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Participant Application Now Open: 
2015 Minority Faculty Development Workshop Application

Travel and lodging expenses for all selected participants will be covered.

2015 Symposium: 21st Century Mindsets & Strategies for Career Advancement

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CienciaPR promotes science communication and outreach

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Mariam Ludim Rosa Vélez (mariamludim@uprm.edu)

To provide researchers with tools to effectively communicate the results of their work with non-expert audiences, CienciaPR offered the workshop titled "Effective Communication Skills for Public Outreach and Professional Development" at the University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez.

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Insituto de verano para maestros de escuela superior en temas de genética

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July 29-31, 2014; 9:00-3:30

Boston, MA

Earn 18 PDPs for the three-day session

Cost: $50 (scholarships available)

Personal Genetics in the High School Classroom: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues

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Borinqueña, are you considering a career in academia? Be inspired by my story!

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Borinqueña emphasizes the contribution of Puerto Rican and Hispanic women in science and technology and provides a space to discuss topics of interest about the empowerment of women.  In ‘What’s up Borinqueña?’ we share a variety of experiences and perspectives from different women and men that are committed to advancing equality for women in science.

Outside mentoring support for science faculty at minority serving institutions pays off

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BETHESDA, MD—SEPTEMBER 4, 2013—A matched-peer controlled study of science faculty at minority-serving institutions (MSI) shows that an outside mentoring support program increased the number of peer-reviewed research publications, the number of federal grants, and the variety of professional and curricular activities of those who participated versus academic peers who did not.

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