The nonprofit organization distributed a total of 250 posters and other educational materials about Puerto Rican and Latina women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics to be displayed in schools and to expose young people to culturally relevant role models.
With Hurricane Maria as the backdrop, representatives from 114 universities in Puerto Rico, Japan, United States and Bahamas committed to creating a consortium to help redefine the rol of higher education institutions in the face of disaster and to foster community resilience. They were joined by more than 70 government agencies and non-profits. That was the conclusion of “RISE 2019 National Conference: Transforming University Engagement in Pre- and Post-Disaster Environments: Lessons from Puerto Rico”, recently held at the State University of New York in Albany.
Una nueva edición del Programa de Liderazgo para la Competitividad Global (GCL, por sus siglas en inglés) ofrece a jóvenes líderes de Puerto Rico que tengan entre 24 y 34 años de edad, título de bachillerato, buen promedio académico, dominio del idioma inglés y una experiencia laboral mínima de un año, la oportunidad de obtener una beca completa para participar en un programa de diez semanas en la Universidad de Georgetown donde aprenderán sobre
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…”
The International Career Advancement Program (ICAP) brings together a small group of mid-career professionals from underrepresented groups with senior officials and policy-makers to spend one week discussing:
AICGS is pleased to announce its inaugural German-American youth exchange program on the theme “Immigration, Integration, and a New Transatlantic Generation.” AICGS is recruiting twenty young leaders from academia, media, business, politics, and society with little or no experience with transatlantic relations for seminars and site visits in Washington and Berlin.
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