Pathways to Teaching for NextGen Latinos

POSTED ON Feb 05, 2018

In northeast Denver, only 9 percent of public school teachers are Hispanic, and about 2 percent are Hispanic men—despite the fact that the Hispanic student population is the fastest growing in the country, making up about a quarter of K-12 students. Angel Maga

February is American Heart Month

POSTED ON Feb 02, 2018

  Hispanics/Latinos have higher rates of cardiac dysfunction but are rarely aware they have the heart-pumping problem that can lead to heart failure, according to the journal Circulation: Heart Failure. American Heart Association researchers found that about

“Despacito” – Most Recognized Digital Publication

POSTED ON Jan 29, 2018

Luis Fonsi and his "Despacito" have revolutionized music. Here are some achievements compiled by Universal Musica dot com After the nomination of "Despacito"in the 60th annual Grammy Awards in three categories: "Recording of the Year", "Song of the Year" and "Be

SuReceta co-launches National Rx Cost Awareness Week to Promote Medical Equity

POSTED ON Jan 24, 2018

SuReceta's bilingual price transparency app, powered by LowestMed, is taking part in the launch of National Rx Cost Awareness Week. National Rx Cost Awareness Week will take place during the fourth week of January. With deductibles resetting and insurance cov

David Segura, one of the Most Influential Hispanics in Technology

POSTED ON Jan 23, 2018

David Segura quit his systems engineering job at the Ford Motor Company in 1997 to launch a startup. He had a business mentor and $100 in the bank. (Creating urban onshore businesses, Hispanic Engineer magazine, Autumn 2009, Frank McCoy). In 2011, Segura was na

CES 2018: What Everyone is Talking About

POSTED ON Jan 16, 2018

GovernmentCIO Magazine put together a list of "the coolest, futuristic or craziest tech" at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week. Hispanic Engineer took a second look at some of the smart assistants, autonomous vehicles, virtual reality, wearables

Celebrate Mathematics with Carlos Castillo-Chavez

POSTED ON Jan 15, 2018

Dr. Carlos Castillo-Chavez is a Mathematical Biologist. He has mentored 33 Ph.D. students (17 Latinos, two African American, and eleven women); 25 postdoctoral researchers; and hundreds of undergraduates.  While a professor at Cornell, where he spent 18 years,

AI, Sports Tech, and Digital Money to make headlines at CES

POSTED ON Jan 08, 2018

CES will run January 9-12, 2018, in Las Vegas, NV. Some of the life-changing products and services in the show this year include sports, artificial intelligence, and digital money technology.  “CES 2018 has more new dedicated technology areas than I can ever re

100 Most Important Hispanics in Technology and Business

POSTED ON Dec 28, 2017

Javier Polit is Chief Information Officer at P&G. He joined the company early in April 2017. P&G has more than 65 different brands, about half of which have sales of more than $500 million each year. Prior, Polit served as the global chief information of

A CEO Leader in STEM

POSTED ON Dec 19, 2017

In April 2016, Anthony Jimenez was named to STEMconnector’s list of “100 CEO Leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math,” which featured CEOs who offer their unique perspective on the issues facing America’s STEM workforce. A retired U.S. Army

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