Sign up for INGL 6055-Studies in Literature with Dr. Nandita Batra this Fall

This Fall, join Dr. Nandita Batra in her INGL 6055: Studies in Literature Class as she explores "The Sea Voyage
Sign up for INGL 6055-Studies in Literature with Dr. Nandita Batra this Fall

Creative Nonfiction (INGL 4008-036) by Dr. Gregory Stephens this Fall

Dr. Gregory Stephens-- see our recent article about him-- will be teaching Creative Nonfiction (INGL 4008-036) this Fall on T-Th
Creative Nonfiction (INGL 4008-036) by Dr. Gregory Stephens this Fall

UPRAA Scholarship Opportunity

Here's an interesting scholarship opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at any UPR campus. It covers tuition costs for
UPRAA Scholarship Opportunity

Meeting up with Dr. Gregory Stephens

"Critical thinking has a price." Being open-minded and having different beliefs than the family one grows up with can lead one
Meeting up with Dr. Gregory Stephens

Course: English 3326: Minority Literature in the US

This upcoming Fall Semester 2016-21017, Dr. Ricia A. Chansky is offering the course INGL3326: Minority Literature of the US. Stemming from
Course: English 3326: Minority Literature in the US

Honor Roll Students Celebration

Congratulations to this year's Honor Roll Students! This past Friday, the English Department held a small ceremony to celebrate the accomplishments of
Honor Roll Students Celebration

Hostos Museum Visit with Dr. Sefranek

Dr. Mary Sefranek is an Associate Professor at UPRM, whose research areas include: Latin@ Studies in English Education, Bilingual/Bicultural Education,
Hostos Museum Visit with Dr. Sefranek

Summer Course Offering (July 2016): Epic Fantasy Cinema

This summer, during its July 4-week session, Dr. Leonardo Flores will be offering English 3345: Topics in Cinema. The topic
Summer Course Offering (July 2016): Epic Fantasy Cinema

The English Department at the University of  Puerto Rico, Mayagüez  Campus is distinguished not only for its academic excellence, but for its internationally renowned faculty.  With over 200 students and around 40 faculty members, the department is well known for its coursework in the areas of Conversational English, Public Speaking, Advanced Composition, Creative and Technical Writing, Literature, and Linguistics.

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