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Agreement Signed to Strengthen Faculty and Research Quality at the College Level

Sagrado Corazón University and the Center for Advanced Studies of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean established an alliance.

Miguel Ángel Fornerín Cedeño and Gilberto Marxuach-Torrós (right)

By Integrated Communications

In an effort to contribute to the development of faculty and research quality at the college level, Sagrado Corazón University and the Center for Advanced Studies of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean (CEAPRC, Spanish acronym) recently established a collaborative agreement aimed at jointly creating initiatives and programs that reinforce their respective academic projects.

“Through the alliance, both institutions commit to work together to continue strengthening their respective faculties and the programs they offer to their students. Agreements like this are essential to promote the advancement of higher education in Puerto Rico.”

Gilberto Marxuach-Torrós,
President of Sagrado

Some of the activities to be carried out as part of the agreement are joint research projects, faculty training programs, academic conferences and forums, dissemination of educational content through traditional and digital media, curriculum reviews, and other academic collaborations.

“The initiatives we propose respond to the current needs of academia at the local and regional level. We are convinced that this alliance will greatly benefit the CEAPRC and Sagrado’s faculty and students,” stated the dean of academic affairs and interim rector of the CEAPRC, doctor Miguel Ángel Fornerín Cedeño.

Meanwhile, Sagrado’s provost and vice president of academic affairs, doctor Anuchka Ramos Ruiz, highlighted that “with this agreement, we restate Sagrado and the CEAPRC’s commitment to supporting the dissemination of knowledge, information, and experiences that benefit not only our respective academic communities, but rather Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, and the world.”

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