Pelican Soaring It is Chevening Time!

Pelican Soaring It is Chevening Time!

UWI STAT Alumni Ambassador and UWI graduate Jeffrey Foreman serves as crown counsel in the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Division of the Attorney General's Chambers. In this capacity he provides legal advice on matters relating to the drafting and enactment of legislation, which has included work in areas ranging from data privacy and protection to occupational safety and health, and national security. He also provides advice concerning the interpretation of the Constitution of Jamaica. In addition to this role, he is a tutor at The University of the West Indies, primarily in constitutional law, human rights law, and legal systems, and coaches Kingston College's Schools' Challenge Quiz team. Jeffrey holds degrees in economics and in law from The University of the West Indies. He will pursue the Master of Laws at the University College London.

Other UWI Graduates who have been awarded Chevening Shcolarships are:

Adrian Wellington who has a Bachelor's of Science in Accounting with a minor in Criminology from The University of the West Indies. He will be pursuing a Master's of Science in Forensic Accounting at Northumbria University.

Andrew Robinson who holds a BSc in Diagnostic Radiography from The University of the West Indies, Mona. He will be pursuing an MSc in Cancer Biology and Radiotherapy Physics at the University of Manchester as he wishes to improve cancer diagnosis using advanced medical imaging technologies, and its treatment using Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy.

Shanoy Harris-Coombs was awarded the Principal's Scholarship for academic excellence at The UWI, Mona. She will be pursuing an MA in Intercultural Communication and International Development at the University of Sheffield.

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