Ana Marrero: My life as an intern in Washington D.C.

While my life here in the island is pleasant, I must say I miss Washington D.C. My life as an...
Read More
Ana Marrero: My life as an intern in Washington D.C.

The Summer Session Strikes Back!

This Summer, the English Department will be offering a number of courses that students can enroll in to satisfy their...
Read More
The Summer Session Strikes Back!

Remembering Liz Dayton

The untimely passing of Dr. Liz Dayton on May 21, 2018 has left us all saddened. As a tribute to...
Read More
Remembering Liz Dayton

A Graduate Helping Hand

The UPRM is home to outreach programs and organizations that support the student body in the achievement of their professional...
Read More
A Graduate Helping Hand

In memoriam: Elizabeth Pine Dayton

Our dear colleague and friend Dr. Elizabeth Dayton has passed away. Here is the obituary prepared by her family. It...
Read More
In memoriam: Elizabeth Pine Dayton

[COURSE PROMO] INGL 3300: Ethnographic Fiction and Faction

This Fall, Dr. Gregory Stephens will be teaching INGL 3300: Ethnographic Fiction and Faction. The course will be offered on...
Read More
[COURSE PROMO] INGL 3300: Ethnographic Fiction and Faction

[Course Promo] English 3277: The Queer Novel

This Fall, Dr. Mary Sefranek will be teaching INGL 3277: Introduction to Literature: The Novel, with a focus on The...
Read More
[Course Promo] English 3277: The Queer Novel

[Course Promo] Narrative as Social Justice

This Fall, Drs. Ricia Chansky and Jocelyn Géliga will be carrying out a large-scale research project on Hurricane María through...
Read More
[Course Promo] Narrative as Social Justice

[Course Promo] INGL 4255: Professional Copyediting

This Fall 2018, Dr. Gayle Griggs will be offering INGL 4255: Professional Copyediting on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30-8:45 am....
Read More
[Course Promo] INGL 4255: Professional Copyediting

[Course Promo] INGL 3345: Cyberpunk Cinema

This Fall 2018 I will be teaching INGL 3345: Topics in Film with a focus on Cyberpunk Cinema. Students will...
Read More
[Course Promo] INGL 3345: Cyberpunk 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 31 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.

 

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)