University Intramural Practice Plan
University Intramural Practice Plan (PPUI)
What is PPUI?
The University of Puerto Rico’s intramural practice plans promote, market, and provide the general community with professional services by way of its educational staff and supporting personnel. The plans established will be self-sufficient and will not depend upon the General Fund in any way. This intramural practice can be used to:
- Support research, training, and service projects
- Expose students to professional practice models
- Develop students’ and professors’ potential
At the Río Piedras Campus, by virtue of Circular Number 48, Year 2004-2005, the Chancellor housed the University Intramural Practice Plan under the Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, and its Assistant Deanship of External Funding (DAFE, by its acronym in Spanish).
Who can participate?
Enables the voluntary participation of teaching personnel from the Campus’ colleges and schools, administrative staff, graduate students, and others that directly or indirectly collaborate in the services rendered by the colleges or any of their affiliated divisions.
What professional services does the PPUI provide?
The PPUI contributes to the mission and purposes of the University of Puerto Rico by making available the expertise of the teaching personnel ascribed to the Río Piedras Campus’ different professional colleges and schools. Among others, professional services are offered in:
- Advising and consultation
- Training and workshops
- Program evaluation
- Research development