CREDITS (1-2011-12-2013)

 


ESTA VIDA BORICUA:

A Life Narrative Installation, Spoken History Archives, & Public Performance Space ™

 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

 

MANAGING EDITOR

Sonja S. Mongar, MFA

GALLERY CURATORS

Sonja S. Mongar

Alejandra Rentas Mojica

Joel D. Rodríguez-Rivera

PROJECT & CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Sonja S. Mongar, MFA

PUBLICITY & EVENTS

Sonja S. Mongar

 

ASSISTANT EDITORS

Rosa Roman, PhD

Zoraida Ortíz, MAEE

Maruja Toledo, MA TESOL

Stella Ramírez, MAEE

REPRINT EDITORS

Melissa N. Martínez Carrero

Alejandra Rentas Mojica

Joel D. Rodríguez-Rivera

PUBLISHER

Willow House Studios™

PO Box 272

Rincon, Puerto Rico 00677

 

COPY EDITORS

José A. Colón Vega

Mara M. Delgado Sánchez

Melissa N. Martínez Carrero

Alejandra Rentas Mojica

Joel D. Rodríguez-Rivera

René M. Rodríguez Astacio, MAEE Candidate

Yamil Sárraga López

INTERNS

Emmanuel Colón Toledo

José A. Colón Vega

Mara M. Delgado Sánchez

Melissa N. Martínez Carrero

Alejandro Orengo Colón

Alejandra Rentas Mojica

Joel D. Rodríguez-Rivera

René M. Rodríguez Astacio, MAEE Candidate

Yamil Sárraga López

WEB TRAINING & DESIGN

Alan López García

Delmis del C. Alicea Segarra

VIDEOGRAPHY

Emmanuel Colón Toledo

Alejandro Orengo Colón

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Francisco L. Aguilar Ortiz, MA

ILLUSTRATION

Zoraida Ortíz, MAEE

 

AUDIO/VIDEO/PHOTO EDITORS

José Colón Vega

René M. Rodríguez Astacio, MAEE Candidate

Yamil Sárraga López

 

INVENTORY CONTROL

José A. Colón Vega

Mara M. Delgado Sánchez

Maruja Toledo

Joel D. Rodríguez-Rivera

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

Frank Xavier Ferrer-González

José M. Irizarry, Ph.D

Sonja S. Mongar, MFA

 

 

SPONSORS

WILLOW HOUSE STUDIOS ™ © Sonja S. Mongar, MFA Publisher – 2012

Willow House Studios. Sonja Mongar is a writer, editor, journalist, project & creative director and a professor of English teaching creative writing at the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez.

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UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, MAYAGUEZ, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
Director Dr. Kevin Carroll

The University of Puerto Rico is a public institution with ten campuses across the island. The Mayagüez campus concentrates on science and engineering majors but houses active fine arts and humanities programs. The English Department operates in an ESL community offering core and elective English courses for all majors and non-majors. Its English Studies in Literature and Linguistics offers B.A. degrees as well as a specialized M.A.E.E. degree for English educators. The department is also currently developing a writing and communication track and an MA degree in literature.

Department of English

PO BOX 9000
Mayagüez, PR 00681-900
Direct Line: 787-265-3847

 

 

SEA GRANT OF PUERTO RICO
Director Ruperto Chaparro Serrano, MS
Associate Director Manuel Valdés Pizzini, PhD.
Communications Co-ordinator Cristina D. Olán Martínez, MS
Administrative Assistant I Delmis del C. Alicea Segarra, EdD

 

The University of Puerto Rico Sea Grant College Program is an educational program dedicated to the conservation and sustainable use of coastal and marine resources in Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, and the Caribbean region. Our mission is twofold: (1) to fund scientific research in the thematic areas of conservation and the use of coastal and marine resources; (2) to offer marine extension services by making use of our experience and by applying the scientific knowledge that is generated through our research to the problems and issues that our community of users face everyday.

Since the beginning of the 1980’s, Sea Grant has operated through the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez and Humacao Campuses. Sea Grant’s work is based on collaborations with universities, industries, governmental agencies, and resource users. Their projects are carried out through research, education, and public service. The Sea Grant College Program has three components: Research, Education, and Marine Advisory; all of which are supported by its Communications division. Sea Grant pioneered a special project – Sea Grant Science & Journalism Project in 2009 to train marine scientists as literary journalists so they could become much more effective in educating and calling their communities to action about environmental issues. Sea Grant publishes Revista Marejada.

 

 

LOVE OF WRITING: WRITING, ARTS & CREATIVITYLOWAC – René M. Rodríguez Astacio, President

The student organization LOWAC (Love of Writing: Writing, Arts and Creativity) was founded on 2011 by English majors from the University of Puerto Rico: Mayagüez. It was formed to: assist and encourage new writers. Sponsor and organize creative educational activities for writers, lecturers, artists, and composers, help members develop their creative talents, present open forums for discussion on topics related to the writing industry as a whole. Promote awareness of the writing and publishing environment.

Contact: uprmlowac@gmail.com