To Promote the Advancement of Women Faculty in Science at UPR-Humacao

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    This page was created and is maintained by:   
    Lynette Rivera-Morges
   
  

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grant No. SBE-0123645.  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. 


                                                                         




  In Dialogo News Letter, November-December 2006:
  
The UPR-Humacao promotes the equality of gender in sciences
   
>  
Read Article

  Advance News Letter, March 2006: Goals and Constituents 
   >  Read

  Women at the Physics Department of University of California, 
   Berkeley.
   >  Read Article


  The Advance it Program Director, Idalia Ramos, was
     interviewed by a reporter of Radio Web, UPR-H.  The   
     discusion was about the situation of women in science at 
     UPR-H.  Some discussed points were: why are more women
     than men in subgraduate studies, and why the advancement
     of women to higher positions becomes difucult.
 
   
     >  Listen to the interview 
 
  

 
     In the USNews.com: Dr. Helen Davis, Professor of
      Microbiology at the University of Pennsylvania School of
      Medicine and member of the Advisory Committe.
      >  Article
      >  USNew.com
 
  
  
 
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