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Academic Year 2017/2018
Semester II

ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT SCHEDULE

Monday 15th January 2018

B.Sc. Accounting Special 11.00 am - 3.00 pm MLT

Tuesday 16th January 2018

B.Sc. Human Resource Management Special 11.00 am - 5.00 pm MLT
B.Sc. Leadership & Management Special 3.00 pm - 6.00 pm MLT
B.Sc. International Tourism Management Special 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm Dr. Leslie-Ann Jordan-Miller's Office
B.Sc. Insurance & Risk Management Special 3.00 pm - 7.30 pm Dr. Marlene Murray's Office
B.Sc. Banking & Finance Special 12.00 noon - 5.00 pm Dr. Dorian Noel's Office
B.Sc. Banking & Finance Special 9.00 am - 5.00 pm Dr. Arjoon and Mr. Ramlakhan's Offices

Wednesday 17th January 2018

B.Sc. Management Studies (Major & Special) 10.00 am - 2.00 pm Dr. Riann Singh's Office
B.Sc. Sports Management Special 9.00 am - 2.30 pm Ms. Sherlan Cabralis' Office
B.Sc. Marketing Special 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm Dr. Pacheco and Dr. Rambocas' Offices

Thursday 18th January 2018

B.Sc. Management Studies (Major & Special) 9.00 am - 5.00 pm MLT
B.Sc. Accounting Special 8.00 am - 12.00 noon Mrs. Koshina Mohammed's Office
B.Sc. Leadership & Management Special 10.00 am - 12.00 noon MLT

 

Applications for 2018 intake are now OPEN!

Apply today www.sta.uwi.edu/admissions

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Saturday 27th January 2018

MARK THE DATE!

Mark the Date

The Department of Management Studies presents the UWI/FIFA/CIES Public Lecture:

MK Lecture

For more on Martin Kaswurm, please click here.

Date and Time: Saturday 27th January 2018, 2.00 pm

Guest Speaker: Mr. Martin Kaswurm, CEO & Founder, Chaka2 GmbH and Local Assistant, Champions League & Europa League | UEFA

Topic: Creating and Developing New Sporting Events.

Target: Sports Management students, Sports administrators, Sports Associations, Government Officials, Event planners.

Venue: Teaching and Learning Complex, Lecture Theatre B, The UWI

Admission: FREE - Open to | GENERAL PUBLIC | STAFF | STUDENT | ALUMNI |

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Monday 22nd January 2018

Ethics and The Lord of the Rings: "One Ring to Rule Them All"
Weekly Seminar Series for Students

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Date:
Every Monday beginning 22nd January 2018

Time:
Mondays from 12.00 noon - 1.00 pm

Venue:
Room 103, Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS)

Facilitator:
Surendra Arjoon, PhD (Professor of Business & Professional Ethics)

 

Why be moral? Can we justify choosing a moral life even when the immoral life is more rewarding? If an immoral life leads to wealth, power, and fame while a morally virtuous life leads to poverty, powerlessness, and abuse, then why be moral?

Plato’s response is simple: the immoral life is a worse life than a morally virtuous life because ultimately the immoral life corrupts the soul of the immoralist. The immoral life leads to fundamental unhappiness: mental anguish, the loss of friends and loved ones, and emotional bankruptcy. All the power in the world cannot compensate for the psychological emptiness of an immoral life. The moral person, in contrast, lives a life of integrity and personal fulfillment, even if he or she is limited in power, wealth, and fame. Moral persons are at peace with themselves.

(Katz, Eric 2003. The Rings of Tolkien and Plato. InThe Lord of the Rings and Philosophy: One Book to Rule Them All, Gregory Bassham and Eric Bronson (eds.), Open Court: Illinois).

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Thursday 14th December 2017

Academic Presentation

The Department of Management Studies presents a seminar by PhD candidate Shalini Ramdeo on the topic:

Exposure to Workplace Bullying: The Moderated-Mediation Effects of Personal and Contextual Factors on Work-Related Outcomes in Trinidad and Tobago

Time and Venue: 10.00am in Lecture Room 2, Institute of Critical Thinking

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Friday 8th December 2017

DoMS Annual Staff Christmas/Year End Lunch

The Department "wrapped up" for a short time to have its Annual Staff Christmas/End of Year Luncheon.

Christmas was everywhere, in the colours synonymous with Christmas - Red and Green - with lovely weather and a beautiful view which tied in with the warmth of the season.

The Joy of Christmas stayed within each and everyone of us, filled our hearts with love, created good cheer and produced laughter as we enjoyed the Games and Activities - Price is Right, Ten Questions and Charades!

Oh what fun it was!

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In the end, Dr. Acolla Lewis-Cameron reflected on the year. Dr. Cameron indicated that 2017 was a good journey. She looks forward to 2018 and what the year has in store for each of us personally and professionally. She expressed a heartfelt "thank you" to all persons within the Department, because it takes all of us in the Department to make it what it is today.

Token of Appreciation to Sharon Hodge

A token of appreciation was given to Ms. Sharon Hodge who was a member of staff within the Department of Management Studies and is now working at Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES). Dr. Cameron conveyed appreciation to Sharon for her service to the Department and thanked her for all her contribution.

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On behalf of the Department of Management Studies, have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. See you in 2018!

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Thursday 7th December 2017

Academic Presentation

The Department of Management Studies presents a seminar by Vera Ramlal, PhD candidate on the topic:

Principal Transformational Leadership Practices and School Success: A Moderated Mediation Model of Leader Distance and Teacher Psychological Empowerment

Time and Venue: 11.00 am at Lecture Room 2, Institute of Critical Thinking

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Thursday 9th November 2017

Conversations with CEOs

The Department of Management Studies launched its Conversations with CEOs series on Thursday 9th November 2017.

The event allowed students the opportunity to meet Mr. Gervase Warner, Group CEO of Massy Holdings Limited, to chat with him and to understand his life as a CEO.

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Dr. Acolla Lewis-Cameron introduces Mr. Gervase Warner.

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Audience members, listen attentively, ask their questions and engage in conversation with Mr. Warner.

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The Department of Management Studies will be launching its Conversations with CEOs series for the Academic Year 2017/2018 to give students the opportunity to understand the life of a CEO - what happens in the real world of business. The forum allows the speaker to tell his story, tracking the journey thereby providing advice and words of encouragement to the students.

The series kicks off on Thursday 9th November 2017.

Convo with CEOs

Come Experience a Once in a Lifetime Opportunity!

Have you ever thought you’d be able to meet the President and Group CEO of one of the Caribbean’s largest conglomerates?

You do now!

The Department of Management Studies will be hosting the President and Group CEO of the corporate giant, Massy Holdings Limited, Mr. Gervase Warner. The Department encourages ALL students to take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity to converse with Mr. Warner at the Teaching and Learning Complex, Lecture Theatre A2 from 1:00pm!

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Thursday 26th October 2017

The University of the West Indies/Republic Bank Management Challenge

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A landmark occasion!

Year 2 and Year 3 participants of the FIRST Management Challenge addressed the Republic Bank's Power to Make A Difference Program. The challenge allowed for the generation of fresh ideas where the students were able to add value now, even before they graduate.

The challenge was a unique opportunity to make considerable input into an existing real world scenario. They were able to get an inside look into corporate world, a chance to be an influencer and an invaluable opportunity to effect meaningful change.

The focus of the challenge was to match theory to business reality with the application of skills - research, innovation, creation of competitive advantage and multidiscipline rethinking, into the context of real world business challenges.

Republic Bank definitely benefited from the students' efforts. Additionally, the work put into their high quality presentations and their recommendations generated from their research over the course of one month was excellent.

The Department of Management Studies congratulate all students who participated (6 teams) and their mentors who put in the time and energy to coach their teams.

A job VERY well done!

Congratulations to The UWI/RBL Management Challenge 1st Place Winners!

The Winning Team

From left to right: Dr. Acolla Lewis-Cameron (Head of Department), Anuradha Rajesh, Raveena Roopchan, Dr. Meena Rambocas (Mentor), Shahanna Goring, Rehannah Raheem, Melissa Mulzac, Michelle Palmer-Keizer (RBL General Manager).

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Management Challenge

The Department of Management Studies, in collaboration with Republic Bank Limited, presents The University of the West Indies/ Republic Bank Management Challenge. Registered student teams will compete for top prizes by determining the public awareness level of Republic Bank’s Power to Make a Difference programme and based on findings develop a campaign to increase the programme’s awareness level. Be there at the final competition and ceremony on October 26 from 1pm to 4pm at Daaga Auditorium.

For more information on the Management Challenge, please click here.

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25th October 2017

Evening of Excellence 2017

On Wednesday 25th October 2017, the Faculty of Social Sciences hosted its annual "Evening of Excellence" to give recognition to students who achieved First Class Honours and to show appreciation of other students with Special Prizes. This year PhD students were also awarded.

The Faculty had over 58 First Class Honours graduates, of which the Department of Management Studies celebrated the achivements of 22 students from the various programmes ranging from management studies, accounting, banking and finance, hospitality and tourism and sports management.

Most Outstanding Management Studies Major 2017

The top performer this year is Ryan Manbodh, BSc Management Studies, GPA 4.07.

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Graduating Staff Members

The Faculty of Social Sciences' graduating Staff Members.

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From left to right: Chandradaye Katwaroo-Ali (presenter) Melissa Robertson, Carlene Joseph, Steve Dwarika, Rachel D'Arceuil, Joel Jordan, and Marissa Joseph-Victor.

On behalf of the Department of Management Studies, Ms. Acolla Cameron Lewis - Head of Department, extends congratulations to our very own, Ms. Carlene Joseph on her successful completion of the M.Sc. Strategic Leadership and Management (with Distinction).

Keep up the excellent work Carlene!

Carlene

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9th September 2017

UWI/FIFA/CIES Public Lecture

Mr. Pierre Cornu - President, International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES)

The Public Lecture on Good Governance of Sports Organisations that was very enlightening and entertaining at the same time, with valuable information presented and beneficial to those persons in attendance.

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The Department of Management Studies presents the UWI/FIFA/CIES Public Lecture.

September 2017 Lecture Series Ad

Event: UWI/FIFA/CIES Public Lecture by Pierre Cornu - President, International Centre for Sports Studies.

Topic: Governance of Sports Organisations

Date: Saturday 9th September 2017

Time: 2.00 pm

Venue: Teaching and Learning Complex, Lecture Theatre B.

Adminission is FREE, but space is limited.

Find out more here.

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8th September 2017

Welcome and Graduation Ceremony 2017

The Opening of the 2017/2018 and Graduation 2016/2017 Ceremony for the UWI/FIFA/CIES Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Management took place on Friday 8th September 2017. The Department congratulated the graduates of the 7th cohort on the successful completion of the Postgraduate Diploma and welcomed the 8th cohort into the programme.

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Graduating students of the UWI/FIFA/CIES Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Management Programme.

We congratulate all the students for successfully completing the programme.

 

 

2017/2018 8th cohort

 

The Department of Management Studies welcome the 8th cohort into the UWI/FIFA/CIES Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Management programme.

We look forward to this journey with them.

 

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The opening remarks on behalf of the International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES) was offered by its President, Mr. Pierre Cornu.

Feature Speaker

Feature Speaker, Ms. Charisse Broome, Alumni of FIFA Master in International Law, Management and Humanities in Sports gave a fascinating speach about reaching your full potential and the benefits you are to society.

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Mr. Gregory McBurnie provided the Vote of Thanks on behalf of his 2016/2017 classmates.

 

 

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Entertainment by Elizabeth Ince

 

Ms. Elizabeth Ince and her band provided the entertainment, with their smooth jazz music that was perfect for the evening's ambiance.

 

Head of Department - Dr. Acolla Lewis Cameron

Dr. Acolla Lewis-Cameron - Head, Department of Management Studies delivered the Vote of Thanks on behalf of the Department.

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Students from the 2017/2018 - 8th cohort.

 

 

CIES Representative Pierre Cornu

From left to right: Calisia Gregoire - Sports Management Programme Coordinator, Mrs. Marie Cornu, Mr. Pierr Cornu - CIES President, and Sherlan Cabralis - Sports Management Programme Director.

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March 2016

March 1st marked the beginning of the outreach to potential students from Barbados to join the Postgraduate Diploma (Pg. Dip.) Sports Management Programme at the UWI St. Augustine Campus. Ms. Charisse Bacchus represented the Sports Management discipline at the UWI Career Fair, Cave Hill, as well as on television and radio programmes on the island.

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Charisse Bacchus meets with interested students

Ms. Bacchus noted the enthusiasm of persons who attended the Sports Management booth, noting also their desire for more information. The sight of this desire to pursue the postgraduate diploma is certainly important as Ms. Bacchus noted that student athletes do not readily consider Sports Science as a career, due particularly to societal misconceptions of its validity and potential.

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Charisse Bacchus speaks at the CBC Barbados

The UWI St. Augustine had the pleasure of speaking both on the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, Barbados' radio and television programmes; "Talk Back", "Good Morning Barbados", "Football Fiesta" and "The Mix". This allowed Ms. Bacchus to speak not only on the postgraduate diploma but on issues faced by women in sports, and current events in football and cricket, showing the relevance of the programme to the passions of Caribbean people today.

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Charisse Bacchus speaks with Teisha Hinds and Amanda Reifer on issues faced by women in sport

In the wake of this outreach, the Sports Management discipline looks forward to a further increase in interest in the Pg Dip as men and women begin to see the value of Sports Management as a career and begin to break inaccurate, traditional limitations placed on the field.

May 2012

May 29 - Sports students receive awards

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Mr Moolchand Raghunandan, Lecturer in the Department of Management Studies, The University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine Campus, and Mr Surendra Arjoon, Senior Lecturer, UWI Department of Management Studies

On 29th May the Department of Management Studies awarded UWI/FIFA/CIES Diplomas to the first and second cohort of students within its Post Graduate Sports Management Programme at a special ceremony held at the Learning Resource Centre.

1st and 2nd cohort students graduated after studying the foundations of sport management with a particular emphasis on the realities of the Caribbean region. Lectures were supplemented with special sessions from both local and international speakers.

Prof. Clement Sankat, Pro Vice Chancellor and Principal of The UWI;  Dr. Hamid Ghany, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Dr. Keith Clifford, Chairman of the First Citizens Sports Foundation, stressed the vital role that sport plays in Caribbean society and the need to give qualitative support at management level. The UWI / FIFA / CIES Postgraduates have now been asked to contribute to the development of their region by investing their knowledge in sports organizations as quickly as possible.

The Department of Management Studies and the CIES would like to take this opportunity to thank Professor Clement Sankat, Dr. Hamid Ghany and Mr. Errol Simms for their unwavering support of the programme from its inception and wish every success to the many happy graduates this year: Boni Bishop, Brian-Anthony David, Andrea Francis, Shawn Garcia (Valedictorian), Seychelle Grant, Francis Haynes, Charisse Bacchus, Edmund Berahzer, Vinda Ramsingh II, Sterling Seebransingh, Winston Sobers, Nyron Thomas, Christian Medina, Mauricia Nicholson National Hockey and Football player), Elizabeth Mc Comie (Betty), Brent Phillips (Valedictorian), James Stewart, Annette Knott (V.P. Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee), John Felix, Roger Pierre and Kion Williams.

The UWI/FIFA/CIES Post Graduate Diploma commenced in January 2010 following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding the previous year at the St. Augustine Campus and caters to the needs of individuals whose undergraduate training is in areas other than sports management and desire to branch into a professional career in sports management.

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Arts in Action re-enacts scenes from the Crawford and Boldon races.

The UWI through its Department of Management Studies therefore has the remit of offering the Diploma Programme to candidates within the English Speaking Caribbean. Thus far expressions of interest to participate in the programme have been received from persons and organizations from Grenada, St. Vincent, Jamaica, Antigua & Barbuda and further afield in Guatemala, Guadeloupe and Bangladesh.

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This October 2012, the Department will open online applications for its January 2013 intake. For more  information please call + 1 868 662 2002 ext. 83724; e-mail the Programme Coordinator at Charisse.Broome@sta.uwi.edu or log on to www.sta.uwi.edu or www.cies-uni.org .

February 2012

February 16 - UWI welcomes 3rd cohort of UWI/FIFA/CIES Post Graduate Diploma students.

January 2012

January 13 - UWI 2nd International Tourism Conference.