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UPR at Bayamon opens new technology complex

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Yalixa Rivera Cruz

After a 25 million dollar inversion and the construction of three new buildings, the University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon, is prepared to offer students a new complex dedicated to offering engineering, instrumentation, biology and computer science courses.

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UPR at Bayamon opens new technology complex

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Yalixa Rivera Cruz

After a 25 million dollar inversion and the construction of three new buildings, the University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon, is prepared to offer students a new complex dedicated to offering engineering, instrumentation, biology and computer science courses.

For the full article, please refer to the spanish version of this site.

 

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Borinqueñas for a knowledge economy

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On November 2014, on the first anniversary of the blog Borinqueña, Dr. Greetchen Díaz-Muñoz, its founder, stated the following regarding the strength of Puerto Rico’s women scientists and engineers: “If we had to bet on science and technology to find solutions to our greatest challenges and to promote the growth of our economy, then our country is proudly in the hands of its women…”

Virginia Governor Names Puerto Rican Engineer to Advisory Council

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Terry McAuliffe, Governor of Virginia, named Puerto Rican engineer Gianna Fernández to the Modeling and Simulation Advisory Council.

 

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More than Science: Beautiful Life of a Borinqueña, Mother and Engineer

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It is 9:00 AM, I get a call from the school saying: “Please come to pick up your child who is not feeling well and is throwing up”. My place of work is 45 minutes away, I call my spouse. “Can you pick up Sofia? She is not feeling well” I say. My spouse is in the middle of presentations with her students. We calculate together what is less damaging: to cancel my day meetings which can be postponed or to cancel the student presentations with more complicated logistics. We decide is better to postpone my meetings, I move all the meetings and jump on the road. I call the doctor for an appointment and we go from school, to home, to the doctor in less than 30 minutes.

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