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Census Bureau data indicated that, in 2016, Pennsylvania was the state with the fourth most Puerto...
Data from the U.S. Census Bureau indicated that the Puerto Rican population in Connecticut has...
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2016, Florida had the second largest concentration of...
Recent Census Bureau data revealed that, in 2016, the state of New York had the largest...

Centro Research

The Research Unit is Centro’s team charged with the production of knowledge based on the investigation of subjects that bear on the general well being of Puerto Ricans. To this end, the Research Unit strives to obtain sponsored research grants to leverage our resources in order to promote among our staff and other partners the publication of articles in refereed journals to heighten the impact of our research on relevant fields.

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Centro Education

The Centro Education division develops and implements programs, curricula, and pedagogies that motivate Hunter, CUNY, and other students,as well as teachers, to become involved in Puerto Rican Studies, to provide the necessary supports for success, and to encourage a sense of service toward others.

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Data Sheets
Census Bureau data indicated that, in 2016, Pennsylvania was the state with the...
Research Briefs
By all counts, Puerto Rico’s housing market is in a deep and prolonged crisis...
Education
This teaching guide focuses on the life and work of “revolutionary poet”...
Education
This teaching guide is built around a documentary, The Legacy of Frank Bonilla...
Data Sheets
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2016, Florida had the second largest...
Data Sheets
The Puerto Rican population in the United States continues to grow in the 21st...
Education
Puerto Rico Crisis Timeline
Since 2006 Puerto Rico has been facing an unprecedented economic and fiscal...
Education
Puerto Rican Heritage Cultural Ambassadors Program and Engagement through...