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The Graduate Program in Translation began offering courses as an experimental program in 1970. It was officially established by decision of the University of Puerto Rico Academic Senate in 1972. In 1974, after receiving certification from the University Board of Directors, the PGT (for its Spanish abbreviation) was officially incorporated into the College of Humanities Master’s Degree programs, thus becoming one of the first graduate programs in the field.

On Friday, August 23, 2019, Alexandre Hernández Alvarado, defended his thesis titled Names and Animals , a translation from...
On Friday, August 16, 2019, Sandra Macksoud López, defended her thesis titled Inventory with a family portrait, a...
On Saturday, August 10, 2019, Jo Ann Santana López, defended her thesis titled Translation of Part III, Chapters 15 to 17...
On Friday, August 9, 2019, Sheila Betancourt López, defended her thesis titled La colonia de los viejos , a translation...
Are you studying translation or are you a recent graduate of translation and have been thinking about becoming an...
El martes, 11 de junio, el Recinto de Río Piedras de la Universidad de Puerto Rico celebró su 114. ta Colación de Grados en...

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