Dr. Julián Hernández-Serrano

Correo electrónico: julian.hernandez@upr.edu; Tel. 850-0000 ext. 9200 ó 850-9329
Coordinador del Instituto y Recurso para Ciencias de Computación. Catedrático Asociado, UPRH
Dr. Julián Hernández-Serrano, currently Associate Professor in Business Administration at UPRH, with a doctorate from Pennsylvania State University in Education (instructional Systems with emphasis on decision-making processes) brings extensive quantitative and qualitative research experience in undergraduate education, training and development (especially with educators incorporating technology into the classroom) and industry practice. He has built a number of open-ended instructional systems based on a constructivist philosophy for food science majors and other university audiences. As the Coordinator, Math and Computer Instructor, he is responsible for the instructional design and dissemination aspects of the project, as well as assisting Dr. Zayas-Cruz in the project management.

Dra. Ileana Rodríguez-Vélez

Correo electrónico:ileana.rodriguez5@upr.edu
Facultad del Instituto. Catedrática Auxiliar Universidad de Puerto Rico en Humacao
Dr. Ileana Rodríguez-Vélez is an Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry in the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao (UPRH). She holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras (UPRRP), where she was involved in the spectroscopic characterization of natural products. As a UPRH faculty member, she is currently responsible for advising undergraduate students who are enrolled in the 4-year Industrial Chemistry program.

Dra. Laura Santiago Pérez

Correo electrónico: laura.santiago2@upr.edu
Facultad del Instituto. Catedrática Asociada, UPR-Cayey
Dr. Laura I. Santiago-Perez is an Assitant Professor in the University of Puerto Rico at Cayey (UPRC). She holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras (UPR-RP). She teaches the Spectroscopy Module. She is actively involved in the PRDE certification program for teachers and personnel from public schools who want to become highly qualified science teachers.

Prof. Jorge Castillo-Ramírez

Correo electrónico: jorge.castillo@upr.edu
Facultad del Instituto. Catedrático de la Universidad de Puerto Rico en Humacao
Professor Jorge Castillo-Ramirez is an Analytical Chemist graduated from The University of El Paso, Texas. He was an Associate Professor in the University of Guanajuato, México and currently he is professor in the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao (UPRH). He has more than 16-years as lecturer teaching general chemistry courses and instrumental analyses courses in UPRH among other universities. He is actively involved in research projects and also provides training in instrumental analysis for industry personnel.

Dra. Deborah E. Nieves-Méndez.

Correo electrónico: deborahnieves@gmail.com
Facultad del Instituto y Catedrática Asociada de la Universidad de Puerto Rico en Humacao
Dr. Deborah E. Nieves-Méndez holds the position of Assistant Professor in the Biology Department of the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao (UPRH). She graduated from the Medical Sciences Campus of UPR and has been also involved in Industrial Biotechnology projects for training and industry personnel. Dr. Nieves-Méndez has several years of teaching experience and currently teaches microbiology courses in UPR at Humacao. She is also the Coordinator of the Bachelor Degree curriculum program in Microbiology.

Sra. María Judith López-Ortiz

Correo electrónico: judithlopez888@gmail.com
Maestra de Ciencias de Escuela Superior. Departamento de Educación de Puerto Rico
Mrs. María Judith López-Ortiz has 29 years of experience as a high school science teacher in Las Piedras School District. She currently teaches physics and environmental sciences. She also works with college-level science students and professors and has been involved in training other teachers from the Puerto Rico Department of Education on the use of the revised science standards. She provides seminars and consultation on science standards to the faculty members and works as the most important liaison between the students and the faculty given her ample experience with the science standards of the Puerto Rico Department of Education.