May 2018

Cave Hill Campus alumni involved in the 70th Anniversary Luminaries Gala Dinner

Ist winner of the competition Mr. Kenneth Alleyne accepting his ticket from Mrs. Maxwell

Campus Alumni Officer of the Cave Hill Campus Roseanne Maxwell got alumni involved in the 70th Anniversary Lumninaries gala dinner by giving them a chance to attend the $500 dollar event.  She asked alumni to donate a $100 and for every five persons she raffled a ticket for someone to attend.  As a result she was able to give nine alumni the opportunity to attend the event, one person short of a full table.

Alumni Ambassadors in London

L-R Andre Clarke, Naketa West, Floyd Green, Kamille Morgan and Tijani Christian

Making us proud - UWI STAT Alumni Ambassadors who met up in London last week continue to show that UWI STAT is indeed a Leadership Incubator, attracting youth who have a passion for volunteerism and service and for leaving the world a better place. State Minister of Education (Jamaica) the Hon. Floyd Green, one of the founding members of the UWI STAT Corps in 2006 and Naketa West, Senior Director, Youth and Adolescent Policy Division in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information Jamaica, were in London for the Youth Ministerial task force.

Climate Change And Caribbean Youth!

Students gathered at The UWI Regional Headquarters in Mona Jamaica for The UWI STAT Ambassador Corps climate change forum pictured with: (l-r) Asha-Gaye Cowell, UWI STAT President Mona Campus; Danielle Andrade, Attorney at Law, Environmental and Human Rights; Una May Gordon, Principal Director of the Climate Change Division, Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation,  Jamaica; Dr David C. Smith, Coordinator, Institute for Sustainable Development and Celia Davidson Francis, Director of Alumni Relations at
  Participants at Cave Hill with Pro Vice Chancellor Dale Webber (left) and the UWI Vice Chancellor, Sir Hilary Beckles (centre).

The UWI Vice-Chancellor's Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (UWI STAT) Ambassador Corps hosted a Climate Change Forum themed, The Eye of the Storm: The Implications of the Paris Agreement/Climate Change and the “Right to Life” for Caribbean Youth. The Forum was held synchronously at the University’s Cave Hill, Mona and St Augustine campuses and streamed live on UWItv  on April 12, 2018.

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