Great Minds in STEM

RUM Professor receives prestigious award

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Dr. Arturo J. Hernández Maldonado, Chemical Engineering Professor at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, received the Professional Achievement Award given by the Great Minds in STEM organization in recognition of his career achievements. 

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Prof. Arturo J. Hernández Maldonado is to receive the Professional Achievement Award conferred by the Great Minds in STEM (GMiS™) organization

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Prof. Arturo J. Hernández Maldonado, co-director of the University of Puerto Rico – Mayagüez’ Nanotechnology Center is to receive the 2016 GMiS™ Professional Achievement Award during the national meeting of this organization to be held in October of this year in Anaheim, CA. He is a faculty member of the Dept. of Chemical Engineering and one of the most productive and successful researchers of the University of Puerto Rico. He has been recognized several times by the institution for his accomplishments and despite his impressive résumé, he has not disregarded his commitment to students. 

Prof. Arturo J. Hernández Maldonado is to receive the Professional Achievement Award conferred by the Great Minds in STEM (GMiS™) organization

Zulmarie Perez Horta's picture

Prof. Arturo J. Hernández Maldonado, co-director of the University of Puerto Rico – Mayagüez’ Nanotechnology Center is to receive the 2016 GMiS™ Professional Achievement Award during the national meeting of this organization to be held in October of this year in Anaheim, CA. He is a faculty member of the Dept. of Chemical Engineering and one of the most productive and successful researchers of the University of Puerto Rico. He has been recognized several times by the institution for his accomplishments and despite his impressive résumé, he has not disregarded his commitment to students. 

Five Puerto Rican Engineers Recognized as Luminaries in STEM at HENAAC

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At least four talented Puerto Ricans will be recognized as luminaries in STEM at the HENAAC Conference (Great Minds in STEM) in Pasadena, California. These four Puerto Rican engineers are part of a group of 19 engineers that will be recognized by their work. The four Puerto Rican engineers are:

Adriana Santos – Alumna from UPR, Mayagüez in 2012

Paloma Díaz Candelas – Alumna from UPR, Mayagüez in 2011

Charles Parkhurst – Alumn from UPR, Mayagüez

Fernando Rosario – Alumn from Purdue

Marvi Matos _ Alumna, UPR Mayagüez and Carnegie Mellon

Borinqueña names most promising engineer with a PhD by Great Minds in STEM

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Dr. Marvi Matos, Director of Chemical Technologies, Metals and Ceramics for Boeing Research and Technology at the Boeing Company, CienciaPR volunteer and Borinqueña was named the most promising engineer with an advanced degree (PhD) by the organization Great Minds in STEM.

 

 

Puerto Rican engineer recognized by Great Minds in STEM

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Puerto Rican engineer Charles Parkhurst Valles was recognized by the organization Great Minds in STEM.

 

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