Frances Singh, Ph.D.
Nieves Angulo, Ph.D.
only one four letter word in the English language," my father said, "and it is hate." He also always rooted for the underdog. So teaching at Hostos is a way by which I honor his memory. But I also teach at Hostos because in my years in India, I was influenced by the Gandhian ideal of selfless service. To paraphrase Johnathan Swift, the author of Gulliver's Travels, I do more >
Dr. Vladimir Ovtcharenko
Nieves Angulo, Ph.D. Nieves Angulo, Ph.D.
“HOSTOS IS AN excellent place for teaching students a foundation of knowledge of Biology and research methods.” DR. OVTCHARENKO STARTED his scientific career at the age of 16 while in high school, when he took part in his first scientific expedition with a local University and made his first regular spider collection. Later, he used these more >
“TEACHING MATHEMATICS to our students at Hostos has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. It has provided me with a unique opportunity to see students grow academically, gain self-confidence, and move on to discover that they have it within them to do better and better. I truly believe that the students that we launch into careers are the more >
Orlando Hernández, Ph.D. Orlando Hernández, Ph.D.
"TEACHING FOR ME must be challenging, meaningful and imaginative. Everyday I ask myself what would make each lesson interesting, for students and for me. I think it is most successful when teachers view education as transformative and when students see learning as empowering." PROF. HERNANDEZ is a New York-based Puerto Rican more >
Isaac Goldemberg Distinguished Professor Isaac Goldemberg
He is a renowned Latino poet and fiction writer whose works are known throughout Latin America and often appear in the book review section of the New York Times. Meet Isaac Goldemberg, Professor of Humanities. Peruvian born Isaac Goldemberg is a professor in the Humanities Department, director of the Latin American more >