An academic journal published twice a year by the College of Arts and Sciences containing literary articles in Spanish and English.
Boletín de Avances Técnicos:
A free monthly publication by the Technical Information Center comprising titles and abstracts of recently published articles and documents which informing of new advances and developments in the areas of engineering, technology, and related fields.
Boletín Informativo de la Facultad de Artes y Ciencias:
The College of Arts and Sciences bulletin with information related to faculty members, departmental activities and achievements, serving as a link between faculty and students.
A monthly publication of the Sea Grant Program containing information about the program´s activities.
A series of technical and informative bulletins about research in agriculture and related areas published by the Agricultural Experiment Station.
The Caribbean Journal of Science:
A scientific journal published twice a year by the College of Arts and Sciences highlighting research work related to the Caribbean area.
Ceteris Paribus: The Puerto Rico Economic Review
An academic journal of socioeconomic research published twice a year by the Department of Economics of the College of Arts and Sciences focusing on the most recent research on the socioeconomic aspects of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.
Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico:
A scientific periodical published two times a year by the Agricultural Experiment Station including technical and scientific articles related to the agriculture of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. The Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico is the only scientific publication in Latin America which has been published withouth interruption since 1917.
The Cooperative Extension Service publishes bulletins and leaflets of interest to farmers and housekeepers about livestock, agriculture, agricultural engineering, health and hygiene, nutrition, child care, home economics, clothing and textiles, 4-H clubs and other subjects.
A bilingual newsletter (English/ Spanish) of the Transportation Technology Transfer Center published three times a year, serving as a bridge of information with local transportation officials in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands and as a vehicle for reader response consisting of brief articles about the latest transportation-related technology. Keeping abreast on the latest technical publications and audiovisual materials available, it provides a schedule of seminars and workshops sponsored by the center as well as web sites related to training in transportation. An electronic version is available at www.prt2.org.
Revista Internacional de Desastres Naturales, Accidentes e Infraestructura Civil :
An international Spanish journal published twice a year by the Department of Civil Engineering discussing areas of natural hazards, accidents and civil infrastructure problems, as well as fundamental and applied research case studies. Papers submitted to the journal are considered through a peer-review process. Its editorial board is formed by researchers from Puerto Rico, U.S., Latin America, and Spain.
LACUEE: Latin American and Caribbean Journal of Engineering Education: An international on-line journal published twice a year by the University of Puerto Rico (Department of Civil Engineering and Surveying) on behalf of the Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions. The journal publishes original contributions in two main areas of Engineering Education: Teaching Strategies and Academic Management, thus addressing problems of teachers as well as students, and of planners as well as administrators.
The Art Gallery located in the Carlos Chardón Building of UPRM was inaugurated in 1959. Works by both local and foreign artists are frequently exhibited. The Department of Humanities holds a permanent collection of copies of some of the great paintings and sculptures of the past
A Natural History Collection located in Celis Hall and collections in the Departments of Geology and Marine Sciences serve as a nucleus for an expanding museum in the near future.
The Geology Museum displays a collection of fossils, minerals, and rocks, representative of the Geology of Puerto Rico. The Planetarium and the Astronomical Observatory, located in the Physics building, offer monthly evening shows.