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Seminarios de Johns Hopkins University en la UPR

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El Dr. Dwight E. Bergles, Profesor de Neurociencia en Johns Hopkins University y Director del Kavli Neuroscience Discovery Institute estará ofreciendo el seminario "Oligodendrocyte dynamics in the adult central nervous system" en la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recintos de Rio Piedras, Cayey y Mayagüez. ¡Excelente oportunidad para estudiantes interesados en programas de PhD, post-bac e internados de verano!

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Visita de Reclutamiento a Puerto Rico - Grupo Universitario Ivy Plus

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Durante el mes de septiembre, el Grupo Universitario del IVY Plus estará visitando Puerto Rico para reclutar estudiantes para sus programas académicos. Las siguientes instituciones estadounidenses estarán presentes:

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Transformational Opportunities, YOU CAN DO IT!

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When talking to scientists in industry and academia, I always ask: “How is it that you got involved in Research? What inspired you to follow a path as a Scientist? When did you decide that you would continue a PhD?”  While an interest in Science and Math typically starts early on in school and prior to college, the passion that propels many of these individuals to pursue a PhD stems from transformational research opportunities. Many times, the answers to all my questions converge into: “it was that summer research opportunity that inspired me to dream higher”. My life as an engineer and scientist and my motivation were not different.

Borinqueña 101: How to choose a thesis advisor in graduate school

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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 “Borinqueña 101” we will share experiences and advice that will be useful in your future career in science. 

Ivy Plus Universities to recruit students in Puerto Rico

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Providence, RI, August 22, 2013 – Again this year, representatives from top US research universities will be visiting Puerto Rico to recruit undergraduate students for master’s and doctoral programs.  The Ivy Plus Group has come to the island annually for the past 20 years.

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