May 2019

UWI Grads reunite at annual UWIAA Toronto Luncheon

Ferdinand Fortune, UWIAA Toronto Chairperson (left) was happy to meet Dr Ludlow Burke (centre), a member of the first UWI class of 33 students, whom he met at the Medical Alumni Luncheon in Toronto two weeks ago. Dr. Burke graduated in 1954 with an MBBS.  At right is Dr Edourd “Eddie” Armour from Dominica, a UWI Mona 1961 medical graduate. The luncheon was a wonderful affair, allowing alumni from all faculties to reconnect and bond.

Military academy signs deal with UWI

UWI Vice Chancellor, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles and Chief of Defence Staff Lieutenant General Rocky Meade (right) with the Memorandum of Understanding. (Photo: Norman Thomas)

The UWI and Caribbean Military Academy (CMA) now have a memorandum of understanding where the University will assist the Academy with programme development.

Pearnel P. Charles Jr.

UWI Pelican, Senator the Honourable Pearnel P. Charles Jr., the Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation (MEGJC) led a High Level Panel on Tourism as the Driver of Sustainable Ocean Health and Ocean Wealth in the Uncut Conversations: Conversations on Climate Change Series put on by the Climate Change Division of the MEGJC on May 9, 2019, in which he underscored the importance of involving inter-sectorial communication and partnerships to prepare for and mitigate against the impacts of climate change.

CHTM Reunion 2020

Thursday, October 1, 2020 to Sunday, October 4, 2020

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Nassau, Bahamas

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The Makandal Daaga Scholarship and the need for Change Agents

Civil society plays a key role in any society – none more so than in developing and emerging countries; countries, in fact, like those of the Caribbean. Transparency. Accountability. Good Governance. Social Justice. Examples abound when our society fails to measure up. If we doubt this, reflect on the results of the 2018 Corruption Perceptions Index:

Caribbean sub-region rankings
Transparency International Corruption Perception Index, 2018 

Caribbean rank*

Global rank

Help a UWI Pelican REPRESENT!

Brittany Joseph, the 2018 Vice Chancellor's Sportswoman of the Year has gained a spot to represent Trinidad and Tobago to compete in the Pan American Games Qualifier in Guatemala City, Guatemala on May 24th and 25th. She needs the help of all her fellow UWI Pelicans to help her to go - we are after all ONE UWI, and if any one of our Caribbean countries shines - we all shine #caribbeanstrong  

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