Archived Issue October 2012

Disappearing Architecture is the title of a current exhibition at the Alma Jordan Library, featuring some of the work of artist, Jackie Hinkson. This building on the site of The UWI’s Health Education Unit at Warner Street, was once the residence of the DMO for the St. Augustine area. It was later converted into the first Law School building (run by the Council of Legal Education). For more on the exhibition, click here.


Other Top Stories

Building resilience
COTE 2012
Transforming minds
Premium Teaching Awards
Playful Science
Maureen Manchouck
Walk for Sight
Free eye care symposium

UWI Calendar October - November 2012

UWI SPEC International Half-Marathon
TodaySunday 28th October 2012
UWI St. Augustine Campus
T&T 50 years ahead
Shaw Park, Tobago
Fête de la cocoa
2-3 November, 2012
JFK Auditorium
Solutions to Competitiveness Challenges
5-6 November, 2012
Hyatt Regency Trinidad
Health and Gender lecture series
7 November, 2012
UWI St. Augustine Campus
Korean Film Week
7-10 November, 2012
UWI St. Augustine Campus
Health Care Quality and Delivery
17-19 January, 2013
Hyatt Regency Trinidad

Also In This Issue

  Disappearing Architecture
  Message from the Principal: What Sets Us Apart
  It’s Half-Marathon Day!
  COTE 2012: We still don’t know what kind of society we are building
  Niherst Awards for 17
  Now I’m a Believer!
  An excellent night for research
  Honorary Graduand – Maureen Manchouck: The quest to build national capacity
  Honorary Graduand – Davan Maharaj: I’ve never worked a day in my life
  Our 6 valedictorians
  At 50, fine cocoa only gets better
  To eliminate avoidable blindness
  Another PAHO head from UWI
  Is there a Caricom business environment?
  Dance Ensemble in Taiwan