UWI Calendar October 2011 - January 2012
Today, The UWI St. Augustine Campus once again hosts its signature UWI SPEC International Half-Marathon sponsored by First Citizens. This year the 13.1 mile route of the Half-Marathon remains unchanged. The race will continue along the traffic-free Priority Bus Route (PBR) to the La Resource junction in D’Abadie, before doubling back to UWI SPEC. The course will be complete with markers and water stops at every mile for the running convenience of the athletes from around the world including the Caribbean, USA, Latin America and Europe.
For further information, please call 662-2002 ext. 83771, 82660, 83556 or 83571 or e-mail email@example.com.
Strategic Planning Course for Colleges and Universities
For further information, please contact Ms. Carol Grant at 662-2002 ext. 83574, (868) 645-5795 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Behavioural Sciences at The UWI St. Augustine Campus raises the issue of the intrusion of ‘gangs’ into the sphere of money laundering and drug trafficking in Trinidad and Tobago, at an International Conference it will host on the theme, ‘Gangs, Violence and Governance.’
For further information, please call Nisha Alladin-Motilal, Secretary Department of Behavioural Sciences 662-2002 ext. 3234, or via e-mail at email@example.com.
The Scourge of NCDs and the Lung
For further information, please contact Prof Terence Seemungal at 6634332 or Terence.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business hosts the 1st Regional Forum on Cluster Development in the Caribbean, themed “Opportunities for Competitiveness and Growth.” This forum brings together key experts and development partners in cluster development, as well as leaders in business and Government, to identify regional opportunities for cluster development and share key insights for execution.
This international conference will provide a forum for industry stakeholders, executives, consultants, government officials, tourism practitioners, members of the various creative industries, professional associations and groups, networks of cultural actors, graduate students and civil society organizations to focus on a broad range of topics that are related to tourism, culture and the creative industries and to explore issues of mutual interest at all levels.
For further information, please contact Dr. Acolla Lewis-Cameron at email@example.com, 6622002, ext 82621, or 7897656 or visit the website at http://sta.uwi.edu/conferences/12/tourism/
This Panel Discussion is hosted by The UWI, the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago (ACTT), and the Ministry of Science Technology and Tertiary Education. (MSTTE). It will be moderated by Dr Sandra Gift, Quality Assurance Unit, UWI and the panelists are: Rodney Amar, MSTTE, Emmanuel Gonsalves, COSTAAT, Dr Freddy James, School of Education, UWI, Leela Ramdeen, Catholic Religious Education Development Institute (CREDI) and Gerald Frederick, Student Guild, UTT.
The School of Veterinary Medicine is having its biannual Open House at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex.
For further information, please contact Alice Young at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6452640, ext. 4250, 4213.