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New Co-morbidity Study on the Demands of Living with Type 2 Diabetes and HIV

A recent pilot study on persons living with both HIV and Type 2 diabetes has found that the physical demands of diabetes were greater, while living with HIV bore a larger psychological toll. Dr. Madhuvanti Murphy, lecturer in Public Health and Deputy Dean of Research & Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, discussed the findings of the qualitative research during a recent in...
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Job Fair 2019 to unearth "a world of opportunities"

A world of opportunities in today’s job and career fields will be unearthed during the Office of Student Services’ fifth annual job fair, to be held on March 7, 2019 under the Graduation Tent. The revamped all-day event is designed as an invigorated effort to support the UWI’s mission “to advance learning, create knowledge and foster innovation for the positive transfor...
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Poet Laureate Honoured

Literary legends: Esther Phillips with Professor George Lamming at last Friday’s Laureate Series event. Esther Phillips, Barbados’ first Poet Laureate, was honoured by the Cave Hill Campus last Friday evening. The Laureates Series: Celebrating Poetry and Barbados’ First Poet Laureate, brought together an eclectic audience of artistes, academics, educators, government offi...
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Triennial Awards for Women Next Month

The Institute for Gender and Development Studies: Nita Barrow Unit (IGDS:NBU) in association with the Community Development Department in the Ministry of Youth and Community Empowerment, will host the Sixth Triennial Awards for Women to mark International Women’s Day this year. The triennial awards ceremony was inaugurated in 2003, in collaboration with the Community Development Departme...
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UWI Professor leads discussions in Washington DC on innovation-driven growth in the Caribbean

UWI Professor leads discussions in Washington DC oninnovation-driven growth in the Caribbean The University of the West Indies’ (The UWI) Professor John Agard joined international thought leaders and high-level policy-makers from the Caribbean region for the Inter-American Development Bank’s (IDB) Annual Consultation of Caribbean Governors. The two-day engagement took place on Febr...
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Students Lend a Helping Hand

This Valentine’s day, amidst a universal focus on love, a group of Cave Hill students showed compassion for people living with HIV and AIDS and their families, through a donation to the HIV/AIDS Food Bank. The donation was made by Semester I students in the Social Planning course offered by the Department of Government, Sociology, Social Work and Psychology. The goods were handed over to...
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The UWI Vice-Chancellor’s XI face England ahead of ODI series.

In a tradition, now in its 20th year, The University of the West Indies (The UWI) will host a 50-over match which will see a UWI Vice-Chancellor’s XI team face the touring England teamon Sunday,February17, 2019at the 3Ws Oval, The UWI Cave Hill Campus in Barbadosfrom 11:00 am(Eastern Caribbean time). Known as the Vice-Chancellor’s XI Cricket Match, the game will serve as a prelim...
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The UWI selected to lead Climate-Smart World

The International Association of Universities (IAU) selected The University of the West Indies (The UWI) as its global leader in the mobilisation of research and advocacy for the achievement of a climate-smart world. The IAU designated The UWI in recognition of the University’s decades of world class research on climate change and sustainable development. At its meeting at UNESCO’s...
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The UWI Supporting Innovation for Regional Growth

The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus has provided Caribbean entrepreneurs with another avenue to improve their skills.Today, the Centre for Professional Development and Life-long Learning (CPDLL) and Lumin Consulting Inc. (formerly UWI Consulting), signed a Memorandum of Understanding to govern the delivery of short courses and certificate programmes over the next five years. Und...
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Possibilities in Cannabis Research

There is a need for adequate legislative changes to permit greater research into cannabis, that could benefit the medical industry. According to Dr. Damian Cohall, senior lecturer in Pharmacology in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, the lack of an enabling legal environment has hampered the ability to conduct in-depth research on the potential uses of cannabis. He has therefore suggested that ...
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Congratulations to our West Indies Cricket Winners

Holder, Chase, Dowrich, Roach, Hetmyer. West Indian cricket supporters will remember those names for their historic Test win against England this January in Barbados. The University of the West Indies is doubly proud to join the international community in celebrating this victory. In that resounding defeat, records were set and new names were etched into our West Indian annals. We are very h...
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Dr. Subira Franklin the Arnot Cato-COB Award Recipient for 2019

Dr. Subira Franklin is this year’s recipient of the Arnott Cato Foundation-City of Bridgetown (COB) Credit Union Ltd award. The Master’s in Public Health (MPH) student received the $5,000 sponsorship cheque during an awards ceremony at the Errol Walrond Building, Clinical Skills Complex, Jemmotts Lane, Bridgetown recently. An emotional Franklin said she was looking forward to fu...
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Chinese Teacher Training on the Roster

The Cave Hill Campus is exploring the training of local and regional teachers to teach Chinese language and culture. So said Pro Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Eudine Barriteau, during remarks at the second annual Confucius Institute Lecture, held at the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination (EBCCI) last Monday evening. “It has become apparent that we must rapidly incre...
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Campus Rocked by Untimely Death of Dr. Sarah Sutrina

The Campus community is still reeling at the untimely loss of retired senior lecturer, Dr. Sarah Sutrina. She joined The UWI Cave Hill as a Biochemistry lecturer in January 1992, and attained senior lectureship the following year. Dr. Sutrina also served as Biochemistry coordinator from 2003 to 2010. Her colleagues and former students have taken to various outlets to express their shock and sa...
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RBC Future Forum Launched

Empowering youth today for the jobs of tomorrow. RBC, in collaboration with The UWI, has launched a forum to help youth prepare for the changing world of work – the RBC Future Launch Forum. The launch was held on Tuesday, January 22, 2019, in the Walcott Warner Theatre of the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination. The discussion was led by Lauragaye Jackson, and featured the insi...
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