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Monica Arroyo

Member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
I'm a highly motivated bilingual instructor who enjoys preparing interactive instructional materials and videos to help students better understand the concepts and applications. I also work for the Vice President of Academic Affairs helping other faculty develop various research projects. Part of my duties include offering workshops, mentoring, and editing a magazine. Interests include: bioethics, bioinformatics, data science, instructional technology and design, and teaching and learning in general.
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Monica Arroyo Inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

Monica Arroyo of Anasco, Puerto Rico, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. ...

September, 12 2016 - Verified by The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Honor Society
Full Member
Faculty Liaison for the Development of Research Lines at Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico
Liaison for academic and administrative staff for all PCUPR campuses (Ponce, Mayaguez & Arecibo) to promote research activities. Responsibilities include: ✔ Organize events such as workshops, encounters between researchers ✔ Preparation and edition of the institutional Scientific Research Magazine, Coloquios ✔ Coordinate meetings to establish plans of action necessary for the promotion of research activity in collaboration with the institutional Office of External Resources ✔ Assist faculty in the development of grant proposals ✔ Co-facilitator and coordinator for AMCEA (Academy for the Continuous Improvement of Teaching and Learning)
February 2013 - Present
Associate Professor of Chemistry at Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico
Associate Professor of Chemistry (1 August 2014 - present) Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1 August 2010 - 31 July 2014) Teach undergraduate and graduate level courses. Research collaboration in proteomics and bioinformatics. Develop and present professional development workshops in bioinformatics and proteomics. Participate in various committees. Grant writing. Academic advising to Chemistry and General Science students interested in careers in biomedical research or interdisciplinary fields. Courses taught: Undergraduate level: General Chemistry I (CHEM 105), Organic Chemistry I, II & III (CHEM 231, 232. 441), Organic Chemistry Lab I & II (CHEM 201, 202), Spectroscopy (CHEM 430), Chemistry Research (CHEM 452), Biology Research (BIOL 399), Research Principles (GESC 280) Graduate level: Biochemistry (CHEM 611), Functional Biochemistry (CHEM 612), Enzymology & Protein Science (CHEM 613), Thesis Research (CHEM 698), Biostatistics & Bioinformatics (BTEC 612), Research Practicum in Biotechnology (BTEC 650) Committees: Chemistry Department: Library (2011-2014, 2015-present), Curriculum and Assessment (2010-2012), Professional Development (2011-2014), Graduate Studies (2012-present) College of Science: Research (2012-2015) Institutional: **Institutional Academic Research (2013-present) -- **president since 2015 Other: Research Thesis Defense Juror - Ronald E. McNair Program (2011, 2012)
July 2010 - Present

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