We want to thank the following faculty members from UPRH who were key to implementing the different activities of the proposal: (1) Biology Department – Esther Vega, Denny Fernández, Aramis Villafañe, Edna Gautier, and Raymond Tremblay; (2) Chemistry Department – Zuleika Medina and Ileana Rodriguez; (3) Mathematics Department – Idalyn Ríos Díaz and Joaquín Rivera Cruz; and (4) Social Science Department – María D. Mulero Díaz and Viviana Macdougall. We also thank all of the administrators involved in the project, especially Maricelis Lebrón, Ileana Garcia, and Sonia Piňero. Ultimately, we thank our undergraduate students, who were the most important element of the proposal.
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