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Sagrado Trustee is Honored with a 3D statue

Puerto Rican scientist Greetchen Díaz Muñoz is part of #IfThenSheCan: The Exhibit. By Liz Yanira Del ValleCollaborator She stands firm and carries her inseparable microscope in hand. She is not alone. She is joined by 124 other female monuments standing in the garden and interiors of the NorthPark Center mall in Dallas, Texas. It is …

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The Student Support Program Recognizes its Outstanding Participants

During the activity, Academic Progress and Academic Excellence medals, among others, were awarded. By Liz Yanira Del ValleCollaborator In the midst of its 45th anniversary celebration, Sagrado’s Student Support Program (PAE) recognized its outstanding students from the 2020-2021 academic year during a virtual activity hosted by Yizeth Arellano García and Eddie Nieves Burgos, both academic …

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Historic and Innovative First “Virtual Open House” at Sagrado

Through an interactive platform, high school and transfer students can get to know our campus. By Integrated Communications As a “historic and innovative event”: that is how Sagrado’s president, Gilberto J. Marxuach, described the most recent edition of this academic institution’s Open House, which was held virtually for the first time due to the COVID-19 …

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Project Genesis Receives Grant

The initiative was devised by Sagrado student Santiago Ramírez Ávila at the Neeuko Center for Collaborative Innovation. By Integrated Communications The Neeuko Center for Collaborative Innovation of Sagrado Corazón University managed to attract funds for Genesis, an academic project aimed at sustainable development. This initiative, devised by student Santiago Ramírez Ávila in collaboration with the …

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Be careful with cyberbullying!

The Madre María Teresa Guevara Library offered a virtual conference about this very important topic. By Lizbeth Rosa RosaSchool Psychologist When we talk about cyberbullying, we refer to harassment or intimidation through digital technology. According to Unicef, one in three teens and young people say they have been a victim of cyberbullying, which can occur …

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Ideas to Celebrate the Festivities Safe and Healthy

Sagrado and TeleMedik launch “Celebra de corazón #NoInvitesAlCOVID19” campaing. By Integrated Communications Sagrado Corazón University, in partnership with health services company TeleMedik, launched an educational campaign about how to celebrate the 2020 Christmas festivities safely. “Celebra de corazón #NoInvitesAlCOVID19” [Celebrate from your heart #DoNotInviteCOVID19] seeks to provide tips and ideas to celebrate without spreading the …

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The Library of 2070

The director of our Madre María Teresa Guevara Library, Natalie Negrón Torréns, imagines how this space for studying may look like in 50 years. By Dr. Natalie Negrón TorrénsDirector of the Madre María Teresa Guevara Library Trying to imagine where libraries will be in 50 years is not an easy feat, since these are institutions …

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Madre María Teresa Guevara Library: Tradition at the Leading Edge

During “Book and Reading Month,” we go over the evolution of our library with its former director, Sonia Díaz. By Liz Yanira Del ValleCollaborator In 1975, Sonia Díaz Latorre graduated with a Master’s degree in Information Sciences and began to work in a library that is “very prestigious throughout Puerto Rico.” Díaz refers to his …

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