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HACU and HETS to partner on special edition online journal focused on Hispanic-Serving Institutions.

(Left) HACU President Antonio R. Flores and (Right) Agnes Mojica, Chancellor, Inter American University of Puerto Rico, San Germán present Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Lic. Manuel J. Fernós with a token of appreciation at HACU’s International Conference.

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities and HETS have announced their collaboration on a special edition of an online journal focused on Hispanic-Serving Institutions. The organizations shared missions to facilitate the success of Hispanic students in higher education will be highlighted through this collaboration.

Manuel J. Fernós, president of Inter American University of Puerto Rico spoke about the partnership during HACU’s 13th International Conference on May 2, 2019, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The special edition of the journal will feature articles authored and reviewed by members of both organizations.

HACU and HETS members are invited to submit articles on best practices (either in English or Spanish) to be considered for publication in this special edition, fall issue of the HETS Online Journal. Click here to download the Call for Articles document with requirements for submission. Articles for this special issue will be accepted through September 13, 2019.

Subject matter experts from both organizations are encouraged to apply to become reviewers for this edition of the journal. Experts on the following topics are needed: integration of technology, online education, retention, assessment, and access to achieve student success. To learn more about the peer review process, visit: HOJ Review Process. To be considered to serve as a reviewer, please submit a letter of recommendation from your dean or vice president validating your expertise, along with a copy of your curriculum vitae to info@hets.org by August 30, 2019.

For additional information about the journal and this special edition, please contact the HETS office at (787) 250-1912, Exts. 2372, 2373 or via email at info@hets.org.

Photo caption: (Left) HACU President Antonio R. Flores and (Right) Agnes Mojica, Chancellor, Inter American University of Puerto Rico, San Germán present Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Lic. Manuel J. Fernós with a token of appreciation at HACU’s International Conference.

HETS participation at the 11th HACU International Conference in Guadalajara, México.

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Ms. Yubelkys Montalvo with Dr. Tomas Morales, HETS Board member.

AlbertYuby-HACU2015HETS Executive Director, Ms. Yubelkys Montalvo participated with Mr. Albert Troche, one of the HETS Student Advisory Committee members, at the HACU International Conference held on February 25 to 27, 2015 in Guadalajara, México. Thanks to the collaboration of HACU and the sponsorship of the Inter American University of Puerto Rico, HETS was able to travel to México and have an exhibitor to promote the services offers to students, faculty and administrators among the participants of the event, including the student track.

During the conference, Executive Director was able to attend the plenary and concurrent sessions regarding the 100,000 Strong in the Americas; Challenges and Opportunities for a more Prosperous and Fair Hemisphere. Institutions from USA and Latin-American were represented, and share their projects related to Cross-national collaboration, the Internationalization of Higher Education, strengthening university partnerships, student mobility, U.S. Accreditation, among others. Executive Director participated of several sessions and plenary sessions. Ms. Montalvo also has the opportunity to meet some of the leaders of HACU and other organizations participating, including HETS members attending the conference.

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Campus Puerto Rico and HETS presentations to students of the Medicine School Puerto Rican at Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara.

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Ms. Yubelkys Montalvo with Dr. Antonio Flores. HACU President and CEO.

On the other hand, HETS Executive Director was invited by the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara (UAG) to present HETS services to a group of Puerto Rican students enrolled at the UAG Medicine School, as part of the Agreement signed with the Puerto Rico Department of State (PRDS)to promote the Puerto Rico Campus initiative. Mr. Alexis Morales Freese, Auxiliary Secretary from the PRDS was presenting this initiative to a concurrent group of students.

 

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