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Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literacy Heritage

Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literacy Heritage – Artículo Breve Sixth Conference of the Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literacy Heritage The University of Houston was the site of the Sixth Conference of Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage, held Friday and Saturday, December 1-2, 2000. Entitled “Recovering the Past, Charting the Future: Archives, Canons and Questions […]

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Moving On

Moving On Nancy Clark Within minutes of meeting Jose Mejia Chief Procurement Officer for Lucent Technologies, it’s clear that he’s a man with a story to tell. But what’s more, Mejia is adept at telling stories that bridge the gap between the age when a handshake was a man’s commitment and today’s new business era […]

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How do your work values affect your career choice? – Careers

How do your work values affect your career choice? – Careers – Artículo Breve Indianapolis, Ind.–How important are your work values? Have they guided you in your career path and led you to success? Maybe of maybe not, but they could. Now is the time to figure out exactly what your work values are and […]

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El Futuro Esta en Mis Manos

El Futuro Esta en Mis Manos Jason Bohne Después de pasar un fin de semana en el onceno Hispanic Youth Symposium en Idaho, Yesenia Sanchez, una estudiante de Caldwell High School en Caldwell, Idaho, tiene la motivación y los recursos para tomar el futuro en sus propias manos. Sanchez era una de más de 300 […]

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Jim Castillo: a weatherman for all seasons

Jim Castillo: a weatherman for all seasons The first thing you notice when meeting meteorologist Jim Castillo is his outgoing personality and the infectious smile that compliments his darkly handsome good looks. Here is a man that not only enjoys life, but wants to live every vibrant moment to its fullest. And nothing gets him […]

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Voices From the River

Voices From the River – Artículo Breve Ricardo Pimentel Ricardo Pimentel was born in San Bernardino, California. He has worked as a newspaper reporter and editor in California, Washington, D.C. and Arizona Republic in Phoenix. This fascinating story encompasses the lifetime of a remarkable young man who struggles against heavy odds to triumph over adversity […]

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ITT Industries, Cannon names Bruce Mendoza Director of Human Resources for key connector sites

ITT Industries, Cannon names Bruce Mendoza Director of Human Resources for key connector sites ITT Industries, Cannon (www.ittcannon.com) is an international supplier of connectors, interconnects, cable assemblies, switches, dome arrays, keypads, multifunction grips, panel switch assemblies, 1/0 card kits, smart card systems and LAN components, as well as a provider of high-speed/high-bandwidth network systems and […]

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Confronting obstacles

Confronting obstacles Janey M. Rifkin Two decades ago, this publication encouraged and taught the principles of “networking.” This premise proved to be invaluable to Latinos in their struggle to obtain higher education, better careers, and happier lives. Today, as the economy is changing, Hispanics may face even greater challenges–under representation in colleges and in the […]

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Presentadora de programas de televisión existe en un mundo de variedades – Cristina Saralegui, de Miami, Florida – TT: International Talk-Show Host Exists in a Variety of Worlds – TA: Cristina Saralegui, from Miami, Florida

Presentadora de programas de televisión existe en un mundo de variedades – Cristina Saralegui, de Miami, Florida – TT: International Talk-Show Host Exists in a Variety of Worlds – TA: Cristina Saralegui, from Miami, Florida – Artículo Breve Janey M. Rifkin She’s strong willed, successful, savvy, and as a 30-year journalist–it is likely that if […]

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ENGINEERING ENROLLMENT: What’s Wrong With This Picture?

ENGINEERING ENROLLMENT: What’s Wrong With This Picture? Diversity Threatened as Minority Share of Freshman Class Declines The extreme disconnect between expanding opportunities in engineering and current engineering enrollment was defined as a critical issue for the new century, when NACME (the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering) and the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) […]