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MAESTROS DE CIENCIA DE PONCE (6TO-8VO): COLABORA CON CIENTÍFICOS Y CAPACÍTATE EN ESTRATEGIAS DE ENSEÑANZA Y COMUNICACIÓN

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¡Maestros(as)! ¿Enseñas ciencia en 6to – 8vo en una escuela pública o privada del área de Ponce? ¿Quieres mejorar tus destrezas de enseñanza de ciencias? ¿Te gustaría colaborar con científicos en el desarrollo de lecciones? ¿Te gustaría poder traer a científicos a tu escuela?

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Maestros de ciencia de 6to-8vo: Colabora con científicos y capacítate en estrategias de enseñanza y comunicación

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¡Maestros(as)! ¿Enseñas ciencia en 6to – 8vo en una escuela pública o privada del área metropolitana? ¿Quieres mejorar tus destrezas de enseñanza de ciencias? ¿Te gustaría colaborar con científicos en el desarrollo de lecciones? ¿Te gustaría poder traer a científicos a tu escuela?

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RUM's Nanotechnology Center benefits low-income students

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In the past three years, the Nanotechnology Center from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez has impacted 1,512 students from 23 public schools where 73% of students are under the poverty level. Statistics show that in the past two years, students that participate in the Center are more likely to pursue careers related to STEM (science, technology, engineer and math) fields.

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Nanotechnology center impacts low-income students by introducing them to STEM careers

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The Nanotechnology Center at the University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez impacts students in public schools on the west side of the Island, where 73% of students are below the poverty level. This program exposes students to STEM careers and encourages them to pursue higher education.

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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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Students from RUM awarded NSF graduate research fellowships

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Twelve students, three candidates to graduate and nine incoming students to the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus (RUM), were selected to receive Graduate Research Fellowships (GRF) awarded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
 
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Award for Dr. Emma Fernández-Repollet

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Dr. Emma Fernández-Repollet, RCMI Principal Investigator at the Medical Sciences Campus was recognized by G Works and the Amgen Foundation as Distinguished Puerto Rican Women in STEM during the opening of the third PR STEM’s Up to the Challenge Education Submit held on March 7, 2017. The award was presented by Ms. Gretchen B. Guzmán, President of G Works, Inc. Dr. Fernández-Repollet shared this distinction with Dr. Álida Ortiz, Professor of Marine Biology at the University of Puerto Rico, Humacao and an educator in aspects of use, conservation and management of coastal and marine resources of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.

STEMpresarial offers entrepreneurship workshop for youth

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STEMpresarial.org will offer education workshops that combine science, technology, engineering and innovation (STEM) with entrepreneurship for youth 7-17 years old.

For more information call (939) 417-8279 or email mc12345678966@yahoo.com, or visit STEMpresarial.org. 

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