Visiting Students & Teachers

Gilmarie Rodríguez-Martínez
Visiting Period: Summer 2014
High School Student @ Escuela Superior Eugenio María de Hostos, Mayaguez, PR


Wanda Santana-Ortiz
Visiting Period: Summer 2013
Teacher @ Escuela Intermedia Elpidio H. Rivera, Mayagüez, P.R.
Research Interests: Synthesis and characterization of nanoporous sorbents.

Diana Perales-Macedo
Visiting Period: Summer 2012
High School Student @ Academia Inmaculada Concepción, Mayaguez, PR


Christian Rivera-Prosper
Visiting Period: Summer 2012
High School Student @ Escuela Vocacional Dr. Pedro Perea Fajardo, Mayaguez, PR


Madeline Pardo-Soto
Visiting Period: Summer 2011
Teacher @ Escuela Segunda Unidad Río Cañas Abajo, Mayagüez,P.R.
Research Interests: Synthesis and characterization of nanoporous sorbents.

Jeremy Echevarría-Toro
Visiting Period: Summer 2011
High School Student @ CROEM, Mayaguez, PR


Lucille A. Oliver-Cebollero
Visiting Period: Summer 2006 & 2007
Teacher @ Escuela Superior Inés Maria Mendoza, Cabo Rojo, P.R.
Research Interests: Synthesis and characterization of nanoporous sorbents.

Meghan Clardy
Visiting Period: Summer 2009
ChemE Student @ University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

Michael Lehner
Visiting Period: Summer 2009
ChemE Student @ University of Massachusetts - Amherst, Amherst, MA

Angel Negron
Visiting Period: Summer 2009
High School Student @ E.M. Colon High School, Santa Isabel, PR


Mark Michelman
Visiting Period: Summer 2008
ChemE Student @ Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts


Rafael Torres
Visiting Period: Summer 2008
Chemistry Student @ University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras, San Juan, PR.

K-12 Students
Jorge Seda Crespo Junior High School, Rincón, Puerto Rico
Visiting Period: April 25, 2008
Summary: 21 students and 1 teacher visited our lab facilities and participated in several hands-on interactive modules.

K-6 Students
Juan Ruiz Pedroza Elemental School, Rincón, Puerto Rico
Visiting Period: November 14, 2007
Summary: 22 students, 2 teachers and 5 parents visited our lab facilities and participated in several hands-on interactive modules. On the photo (moving clock-wise from the upper left corner): (1) our very own, Daphne S. Belén teaching students on the use of polarized-light microscopes ; (2) students using the microscopes to see large molecular sieves crystals; (3) students playing "Jenga." The "Jenga" game allows them to visualize the build up of a "porous" framework and how fragile these could be.

Kendall Williamson
Visiting Period: Summer 2007
ChemE Student @ University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC