Descripción: Presentación y discusión de las respuestas e intervenciones en el campo de la salud al COVID-19 en Puerto Rico. Con el beneficio de recursos involucrados directamente en la respuesta del gobierno. Información sobre cómo vincular la respuesta de organizaciones salubristas, académicas y de investigación a los esfuerzos del Gobierno de Puerto Rico. Actualización de los mecanismos de reembolso disponibles a través de FEMA y los tipos de actividades elegibles ante la Declaración de Emergencia de los EEUU y la Declaración de Desastre Mayor de Puerto Rico.
Dr. Orville M. Disdier Flores, Director Ejecutivo del Instituto de Estadísticas de Puerto Rico
Jennifer Hinojosa, Data Center,Center for Puerto Rican Studies
Dr. José F. Rodríguez-Orengo, Executive Director of FDI Clinical Research, Escuela Medicina UPR
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Dr. Rafael Torrech, Grants and Disaster Management consultant
Moderador: Gilberto Guevara, Responsive Innovation Lab, Puerto Rico Science, Technology & Research Trust
Dr. Carlos Vargas-Ramos, Director of Development and External Relations, Center for Puerto Rican Studies
Caja de herramientas (documentos):
- fact sheet de FEMA
- Anuncio inicial del COR3 a sub-recipientes (20 de marzo)
- Próximos pasos e información relevante por parte del COR3 a sub-recipientes (27 de marzo)
- Formulario: Request for Public Assistance
- 20_0402-PHT_COVID19 - José F. Rodríguez-Orengo PPP.pdf
COVID19 Rapid Grant
The Puerto Rico Science Technology and Research Trust (the Trust) has issued the COVID19 RAPID grant. The grant aims to support projects that will improve our understanding and available control measures for COVID-19.
The Trust’s RAPID funding mechanism is used for proposals having a severe urgency with regard to the availability of, or access to data, facilities or specialized equipment, including quick-response research on natural or anthropogenic disasters and similar unanticipated events.
Guidelines and application can be found here: https://prsciencetrust.org/research-grants-program/#covidgrantPara obtener más información, envíenos un correo electrónico a: email@example.com síganos en Facebook https://www.facebook.com/IDEAComunWHENLiquid error: undefined method `day' for nil:NilClass
Greetings,Be advised that all events hosted by the Center for Puerto Rican Studies (Centro) at Hunter College have been postponed.
We will announce new dates after the emergency declaration ends.
We thank you for your continued support.
SoL-NYC—2020: Summit on Latin@s—New York City
The Summit on Latin@s—NYC (SoL-NYC) is a convention of broad segments of New York City’s Hispanic community that come together to take stock of the community, to discuss and prioritize the issues and challenges it faces, and to develop strategies and seize opportunities to address them, for the betterment of the community and the city at large. For this purpose, SoL-NYC convenes advocates and activists, academic institutions, community leaders and elected officials, concerned individuals, grass-roots groups and institutionalized organizations, in order to incorporate as many voices and their variegated interests in the process of forging collectively an action agenda that may lead to a concerted effort in responding to the concerns of the Latino community.
Join us on Friday, April 17, 2020
At the Hunter College Silberman School of Social Work
2180 Third Avenue (at East 119th street)
New York, NY
8:30am — 5:30pmWHENApril 17, 2020 at 8:30amWHERESilberman School of Social Work 2180 3rd Avenue (at 119th Street)
2180 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10035
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Jose Camacho published Accommodations and Hotel Reservations in Diaspora Summit 2019 2019-08-21 13:58:26 -0400
If looking for accommodations, we recommend that you visit www.booking.com or www.hotels.com (and similar websites like Expedia or Kayak) to get the best rate. If you are not familiar with NYC, try to get a hotel in the East Side near Lexington Avenue or Grand Central area, where you can take the Lexington Line Subway #6 to 116th Street (walk up three blocks to 119th and turn right to 3rd Avenue). Please note that the United Nations General Assembly is meeting at that time, so hotel rooms are at a premium, so please make your arrangements as soon as possible.
Courtyard New York Manhattan/Upper East Side
Call Marriott Reservations Directly at 1-800-321-2211:
Identify yourself as part of Centro at Hunter College Conference Callin Group
Marriott hotel(s) offering your special group rate:
- Courtyard New York Manhattan/Upper East Side for 288 USD per night
Start date: 9/19/2019
End date: 9/21/2019
Last day to book: 9/04/2019
Rooms are limited!
Centro is creating an online community to strengthen the network of stateside Puerto Rican communities. Our nation will connect organizations across the country who are working to address Puerto Rico’s economic and humanitarian crisis.
Why join? The Center for Puerto Rican Studies is the only academic research institute solely devoted to the interdisciplinary study of the Puerto Rican experience in the United States. When you join us, you tap into a network of individuals and organizations across the United States and Puerto Rico with the shared interest of linking data and scholarship to policy and social action. You'll be subscribed to our Voices newsletter, featuring the latest news affecting our community and interesting profiles of members of our diaspora. You'll also receive invitations to special events.Sign up
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