September 2017

Since she began track and field competitively in 2014, Nyoshia Cain has run seven races, six of them classifying as international competitions – her first, the Mexico Championships in Mexico City, was just a “meet”, she says (although she won her first two gold medals there) – and she has come away with eight gold medals (the Mexico Championships in 2014, the Arizona Desert Challenge in 2016 and 2017, and the USA National Championships in Los Angeles in 2017), one silver medal (the Arizona Desert Challenge in 2017), and four bronze medals (the World Para Athletics Championships in 2015 and 2017, the Paralympics in Rio in 2016, and the USA National Championships in 2017). Nyosha, a UWI student, was interviewed by Serah Acham (click here for story).


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The Flipper
Turning around the classroom
New Chancellor
The man for the moment
Names matter
A question of identity
Guild President
Strength in solidarity

UWI Calendar September - October 2017

UWI in film
September 22 onwards
UWI Film Programme Building
12 Carmody Street, St Augustine
COTE 2017 – Youth Debate Competitions
1pm to 4pm
September 28
Teaching and Learning Complex, UWI St. Augustine
The UWI DEF Golf Challenge
September 24
Millennium Lakes Golf and Country Club, Trincity
Confucius Institute Day
10am to 2.30pm
September 29
JFK Quadrangle, UWI St. Augustine
Ignite the Brain: Is Flipping the Answer?
September 29
Daaga Auditorium, UWI St. Augustine
Maintenance Planning and Scheduling – Doc Palmer Workshop
9am to 4.30pm
September 22
Engineering Institute Training Room
3rd Floor, Block 2, IDC Imbert Building
Faculty of Engineering, UWI St. Augustine
October 6 to 7
JFK Auditorium
UWI St. Augustine
Nanomedicine Symposium
October 15
Amphitheatre A
Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
Mt. Hope
Graduation Ceremonies
October 26 to 28
UWI St. Augustine

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  From The Principal: Our entry requirements have not changed
  Teacher teacher: The man who flips the classroom
  A Hidden History at the Returned Exile Book Launch
  Making households matter
  Finding her balance: Nyoshia Cain tells how she overcomes the odds
  In The Season Of Change
  The personal work, the public worker: Filmmaker reinvents himself
  History revisited: What happened after the fateful Ninth Floor occupation in Montreal
  The power of student solidarity: Meet Guild President Jonathan St. Louis Nahous
  Early Childhood MatheMagic
  The Power of Women in Film