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Puerto Rican engineer shines in NASCAR racing world

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Washington - Alba Colón, a Puerto Rican women who has stood out in the world of NASCAR car races, a world dominated by white men, received an award by the  Fundación de la Herencia Hispana.

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UPR-Mayaguez student received award from the American Society For Engineering Education

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Michelle Marrero García, is a second year undergraduate student in the Mechanical Engineering program at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus. She was awarded the Best Overall Research Award at the national conference of the American Society For Engineering Education 2017 (ASEE). 

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College students design a remote control lawn mower

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Three students from the Turabo University designed and built a control remote lawn mower as part of a final class project. The students plan to patent their idea and use this project to kickstart their future as entrepreneurs.

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Infotech Aerospace and RUM announce new Aeroespace Center

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Infotech Aerospace Services (IAS) donated $115,000 for the creation of a new Aerospace Center at the University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez Campus. These new faccilities will include classrooms and laboratories dedicated for education in mechanical engineering and aerospace research.

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Open call for the Rock Solid 2017 grant

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Undergraduate students from the University of Puerto Rico that wish to continue their studies in computer engineering, information systems, computer science and accounting, can apply for the Rock Solid 2017 Grant, offered by Rock Solid Technologies.

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New face of engineering is from UPR-Mayaguez

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One of the New Faces of Engineering at the international level is from UPR-Mayaguez. Yazeli Elizabeth Cruz Rivera, a first year graduate student in the Industrial Engineering Graduate Program was selected as one of the New Faces of Engineering 2016. 

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Student team from RUM wins regional competition of the American Society of Civil Engineers

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The group of students from the University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez Campus that represented Puerto Rico in the southern regional competitions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, won the majority of the awards, including the prestigious Overall for the concrete canoe and steel bridge. This achievement classified them to move to the national competition where they will represent the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Puerto Rico in may and june of this year. 

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More than Science: Joan Laureano, an engineer “on-trend”

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Borinqueñas, if something is certain it is that science and engineering are everywhere, in everything we do and everything we create. More importantly, science and engineering can open many doors in our future since the skills learned by studying these disciplines can be an advantageous in the workplace independent of what your final career path might be. This is the case of Borinqueña Joan Laureano Correa. Joan, who is an electric engineer, is also a renowned accessories and jewelry designer.

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