You may contact us for more information about our continuous education improvement services to teachers, our community events and workshops, our student academies, to request to use our facilities and to ask about other services. You may also make inquiries concerning our websites.
Prof. Glorymill Santiago-Labrador
Glorymill Santiago is a full professor at the University of Puerto Rico in Arecibo with a Master’s Degree in Pure Mathematics. With more than 33 years of experience teaching undergraduate students, she has taught mainly all math courses. Since 2005, she has been directing the Integrated Science Multiuse Laboratory (ISMuL) and the Education Aerospace Laboratory (AEL), both affiliated with the Puerto Rico Space Grant Consortium.She was the director of the Regional Center for Training and Mathematical Research (CRAIM) in Arecibo and worked as a Coordinator and Resource for the Mathematics in Context using the Netherland Model Project. Her goal has been to train and improve math teacher’s skills by offering mathematic workshops to educators from the Department of Education throughout the island.
Dr. Guillermo Nery-Gómez
Guillermo A. Nery-Gómez PhD, is a Physics professor at the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo. Guillermo has been working at the University of Puerto Rico for nineteen years, all but one in Arecibo (UPRA). He is the Aerospace Educational Laboratory (AEL) Coordinator under Glorymill Santiago, who heads ISMuL. Guillermo obtained his MS in Physics at UPR at Río Piedras. And a PhD in experimental Chemical Physics working with nanomaterials.Recently, Guillermo and Angel Acosta were awarded a $500,000 competitive grant from NASA for the Leading AeroSpace Education Development (LASED) project, which will enhance both AEL’s and ISMuL’s effectiveness and widen their scope. Guillermo is the Director for the project.
Dra. Eliana Valenzuela-Andrade
Eliana Valenzuela-Andrade holds a doctoral degree in Computing, Information Sciences and Engineering a Masters in Engineering Management Systems from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus and a BS in Industrial Engineering from the Universidad de los Andes, in Bogotá, Colombia. She has nearly ten years of teaching experience and four years of research experience. The research areas of Dr. Valenzuela-Andrade are Database, Metadata Database Design of Experiments, among others.Eliana is interested in innovative tools to motivate young people to explore CS topics before and during the college and encourage them to continue a career in this discipline. Some of the tools she has been used are: robotics (using Lego Mindstorms®, TETRIX® and VEX®), computing without Computers, Scratch, SNAP Alice 3, among others. She is part of Latinas in Computing, CCCE, FemProf and CAHSI. Currently, she is Assistant Professor in the Computer Sciences Department at University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo.Role: Director of the robotics workshops.
Admin. Asist. Miriam Soto-Santiago
Miriam is ISMuL’s Administrative Assistant. You may contact her to subscribe to our activities, ask about events, inscription forms and other documents.
Admin. Asist. Carmen Pérez-Montijo
Carmen is LASED’s Administrative Assistant. You may contact her to subscribe to LASED’s activities, ask about events, inscription forms and other LASED related documents.
Dra. Yuitza Humarán
Dr. Yuitza Humarán is a professor of mathematics at the University of Puerto Rico in Arecibo. Yuitza earned a master’s degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Puerto Rico in Arecibo and a Doctorate in Education concentrated in Curriculum and Mathematics Teaching at the Río Piedras Campus. She is currently professor of courses such as Pre calculus, Calculus and basic Algebra. She is also the Official Academic Researcher of ISMuL and Coordinator of the Leading AeroSpace Education Development (LASED) institutional projects.
Role: Academic Researcher of ISMuL and AEL
Ramón P. Medina Pérez
Computer Science student at the University of Puerto Rico in Arecibo. Undergraduate researcher at the Mobile Applications Center (CAM, by its initials in Spanish). He administers ISMuL’s and AEL’s websites. Please contact if you encounter problems with any of these websites. You may also request content updates and translations to English or Spanish.Role: Web designer, mobile application programmer and researcher