Programas de investigación y mentoría que respaldan a los estudiantes subgraduados de química de Puerto Rico

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GO-GETTER Diaz Maldonado landed a sales job at instrumentation firm Leco after earning a B.S. from UPR Mayagüez and a Ph.D. from Purdue. Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN

Este artículo reseña diversas historias de estudiantes que realizaron sus estudios graduados en química en instituciones puertorriqueñas.

 

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This is a photo of Stephanie Rivera doing research.

 EARLY START

Like many other Río Piedras chemistry undergrads, Stephanie Rivera has been conducting lab research since her freshman year.
Credit: UPR Río Piedras Chancellor’s Office

 

This is a photo of members of the UPR Río Piedras ACS student chapter.

  CELEBRATION

Members of the UPR Río Piedras ACS student chapter share their enthusiasm for chemistry at the Festival de Química.
Credit: Orlando Morales

 

This is a photo of demonstrations during a National Chemistry Week celebration at UPR Río Piedras.

 REACHING OUT

As part of a National Chemistry Week celebration, members of the UPR Río Piedras ACS student chapter perform outdoor demonstrations for high school students.
Credit: Orlando Morales

 

This is a photo of students discussing research results with Ingrid Montes in the undergraduate lab at UPR Río Piedras.

 CLOSE CONNECTION

Students discuss research results with Montes in the undergraduate lab at UPR Río Piedras.
Credit: UPR Río Piedras Chancellor’s Office

 

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