Cornell Master's Students Visit the PRBA

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With the sole purpose of understanding how the agencies responsible for Puerto Rico’s infrastructure have taken a particular approach to achieve a resilience objective, a group of graduate students from the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs - CIPA visited the Puerto Rico Builder's Association to discuss this topic.[caption id="attachment_2958" align="alignnone" width="368"]

Left to right: Jorge Guerrero, Alfredo Martínez-Álvarez, Vanessa de Mari, John H. Foote from Cornell University College of Human Ecology, and Patricio Martínez Lorenzo.[/caption]

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