Author Archive

Mariluz Serrano-Ortíz

Estudiante doctoral y profesora de Tecnología para la Educación Superior. Posee una Maestría en Liderazgo Educativo de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras. Actualmente se encuentra en la fase final de su Doctorado en Currículo y Enseñanza con la Sub Especialidad en Tecnología del Aprendizaje. Además, la profesora Serrano-Ortiz, es instructora de modalidades en línea, destrezas digitales para docentes y creadora de módulos instruccionales. Continuamente desarrolla talleres y sesiones de capacitación para docentes y estudiantes, para asociaciones profesionales como la Asociación de Profesores de Educación Comercial, Instituciones Educativas y en el ámbito privado para compañías privadas.

Silvia Reyes, M.S.W.

Silvia Reyes, M.S.W., is Director of Special Projects & Student Engagement; she is committed to student success, and her work has focused on designing and implementing a wide array of initiatives to improve students’ college experiences and academic attainment.

Dr. Sherese Mitchell

Sherese Mitchell, Ed.D., is Associate Professor in Education Department, served multiple terms as Chair of the Instructional Evaluation Committee, and is a member of the College-Wide Curriculum Committee.

Rita Santiago-Tricoche

Rita Santiago-Tricoche es estudiante doctoral en la Universidad de Puerto Rico recinto de Río Piedras

En el año 1998 completó su Bachillerato Profesional en Arquitectura en el Pratt Institute de Nueva York. Luego en el 2020 obtuvo su Certificación en Educación Secundaria Matemática en la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras. Actualmente cursa estudios en la UPR – RP en el programa graduado de Currículo y Enseñanza con especialidad en Tecnologías de Aprendizaje (TdA); y colaboro como estudiante en el Comité de Asistencia tecnológica (COTEC) de la facultad de educación de UPR-RP.

Dr. Carlos Guevara

Carlos Guevara, M.S., is Director of Office of Educational Technology, Co-Director of Center for Teaching and Learning, book author, altruist, and frequent speaker at national and international conferences, where he provides vision to promote organizational culture change and innovation to teaching and learning through technology.

With over 15 years of experience in Higher Education, Carlos currently works at Hostos Community College as Director of the Office of Educational Technology and Center for Teaching and Learning, where he provides vision to promote organizational culture change and innovation to teaching and learning through technology. He is a book author, altruist and usual speaker at national and international conferences. An innate leader and fighter, born in Ecuador, first-generation college student, holds a BS and master’s degrees in computer science from CUNY & NYU, and is currently pursuing his doctorate degree in Instructional Technology at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Dr. Amber M. Gonzalez

Amber M. Gonzalez (Ph.D. UC Santa Barbara; she/ella) is an Associate Professor in the Child and Adolescent Development program at the California State University, Sacramento.  Utilizing a multidisciplinary perspective including human development, educational psychology, as well as critical race theory she centers her research on examining Latinx academic aspirations and motivations through and across the P20 education pipeline. Her research examines the influence of social support networks and institutional structures on college student identity development and educational and career aspirations and motivations. In addition, she explores the ways in which students use these aspirations and motivations to ensure their success, manage failure, and persist. Dr. Gonzalez teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on motivation, quantitative research methods, and cross-cultural human development. Her scholarly work has been published in the Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, Journal of Educational Research, and College Student Journal.

Contact information: Email: amber.gonzalez@csus.edu