The Center for Puerto Rican Studies is pleased to announce available new part time positions. Please click on the job titles below for full description and requirements.
Junior Research Assistant (Statistics/Econometrics)
GIS Data Center Assistant
Oral History Researchers
Research Aides (part time -several slots)
Junior Computer and Network Technician
Administrative College Assistant
Communications College Assistant
Hunter Event feed
- Hunter College Winter Commencement
- Course Withdrawal period begins. A grade of W is assigned to students who officially drop a class
- Course Withdrawal Drop (WD) period ends. Last day to Drop without the grade of “W”
- Last day to drop without a grade of “W” – Form A census date
- Course Withdrawal Drop (WD) period begins. A grade of “WD” is assigned to student who officially drop a class
- A PREVIEW:
Puerto Ricans at the Dawn of the New Millennium
- Centro at LASA Congress!Next week marks the beginning of the 2015 LASA (Latin American Studies Association) Congress, held this year in San Juan.
- Dr. Carlos Santiago appointed Commissioner of Higher Education in Mass.Centro congratulates Dr. Carlos Santiago on his appointment as Commissioner of Higher Education of the state of Massachusetts.
- Centro mourns the loss of Louis NúñezThe Puerto Rican community and Centro have lost a dear friend and an important voice with the passing of Louis Núñez.
- Puerto Ricans in Social Media: The New BarriosAt Centro, we are deeply interested in best understanding the Puerto Rican experience in the United States. Today, that Puerto Rican experience includes a whole new world we have yet to explore: the internet.
- Millennium Book Tour Spring 2015Upcoming presentations in April
- Centro Teams Up with WIPR to Produce TV ShowThe Center for Puerto Rican Studies and CUNY announced today a partnership with WIPR-TV, Channels 6 and 3, to produce joint TV shows...
Upcoming 2015 Events
The Center for Puerto Rican Studies (Centro) seeks proposals for fellowships and applications for research opportunities in Puerto Rican studies. Centro will provide limited funding on a competitive basis for the study and interpretation of the Puerto Rican experience in the United States. Centro is committed to facilitating research projects useful to those in community organizations, public policy and academia.