B.A. University of Puerto Rico
M.A. California State University
Ph.D. Georgia State University
Michelle Yrigollen-Robbins is a limited term clinical assistant professor in the department of educational policy studies. Yrigollen-Robbins received a masters degree in Spanish literature and has published numerous articles in film and book critiques in Argentina, Puerto Rico and Spain.
She is a guest speaker at interpreters workshops and conferences throughout the United States. She has a strong interest in social justice issues and works with non-profit organizations in Georgia and New York.
Adding to her community and professional interests, Yrigollen-Robbins is also a practicing court interpreter, which has informed her research interests in Latino issues in Georgia.