Quality Week 2022

Message from the Chair, Quality Management Team

Schedule of Activities for World Quality Week 2022

Monday, November 7 | Cave Hill Campus

Tuesday, November 7 — on-demand webinar - 10 Lessons from the pandemic: Reimagining the future of student success.

Wednesday, November 8 — Lunch Time Presentation – 2PM (Eastern Caribbean) “Does state-sponsored homophobia deter international Business?” by Dr. Mahalia Jackman, Lecturer in Economics, The UWI Cave Hill.

Lookout for the Quality Matters Crossword.

Thursday, November 10 — on-demand webinar: “Faculty and staff communication: 10 initiatives to improve conversations, collegiality and collaboration”.

Friday, November 11 — on-demand webinar: “A supervisor’s guide to having difficult conversations with employees”.

Wednesday, November 8 | Open Campus

Student poster competition will be launched on November 8.

Jeopardy Competition on the November 11.

Thursday, November 10 | St Augustine Campus

Look out for the booth on the Quad of the Campus grounds between 1PM and 4PM near The Student Activity Centre Share feedback on how you demonstrate quality or maintain quality processes in everyday activities.

The Student Guild will showcase its own quality management processes and host a UWI Quality Fun Tagline Contest. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prize vouchers from the UWI Bookshop. The booth will be accessible on Thursday 10th November. All campus community are invited to visit the booth.

Friday, November 11 | Five Islands Campus

10.00AM – 10.10AM Introduction: June Wheatley-Holness, Programme Officer, QAU, FIC
10.10AM – 10.15AM Ethics and Quality Assurance: Doing the Right Thing, Dr Anna Kasafi Perkins, Senior Programme Officer, QAU
10.15AM – 10.35AM The Student End of Year Evaluation: Are We Doing the Right Thing? Overview of the UWI Student Evaluation System
Dr Angella Stephens, Senior Programme Officer, OBUS

Panel Discussion with Students and Faculty
Dr Curtis Charles, Moderator
10.35AM – 11.05AM Are We Doing the Right Thing? Students’ Panel Discussion
Ms Pascale Kentish, Moderator
11.05AM – 11.30AM Creating Raving Customers: The Administrative Perspective
Ms Barlow, Moderator
11.30 – 11.45AM BREAK
Nuggets @ FIC: Doing the Right Thing
11.45AM – 12.05PM Giving Back, FIC Nursing Students
12.05PM – 12.25PM Early Informal Feedback, Presenter: Dr Andrew Hunte
Head, School of Humanities and Education
12.25PM – 1.00PM Early Alert System, Dr Ilenius Ildephonce
1.00PM – 1.45PM ENCAR, Dr Andrew Hunte
1.45pm- 2.00pm Evaluation & Wrap Up

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