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Cave Hill Students Ready to Serve

Approximately 90 students have signed up as volunteers under the Digital Acceleration Ambassadors Programme, coordinated by the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Smart Technology (MIST). The pilot project will see The UWI Cave Hill students assisting taxpayers with registering for the Barbados Revenue Authority’s (BRA) online tax system, TAMIS. They will be working alongside BRA staff ...
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Campus Community Saddened by Passing of Ms. Maria Dodson

The Campus community has been stunned by the loss of Ms. Maria Dodson, who passed away on January 11, 2019. She was a member of staff at The UWI Cave Hill for more than two decades, starting as a Stenographer/Clerk in July 1998. Dodson lent her skills and professionalism to various offices, including the Department of Economics, the Faculty of Law and the Student Affairs – Admission se...
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Tributes Pour in for Late Dr. Cherri-Ann Beckles

Tributes have poured in from far and wide as The UWI Cave Hill Campus mourns the loss of Dr. Cherrie-Ann Beckles, Assistant Archivist at The UWI Cave Hill. She joined The UWI family at the West Indies Federal Archives Centre (WIFAC) in 2004, and had been serving as a sessional lecturer in The UWI Open Campus’ certificate in Records Management programme, as well as a guest lecturer in th...
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Cave Hill Mourns Loss of Two Staffers

It is with deep regret that The UWI, Cave Hill campus has learnt of the passing of two of its own: Dr. Cherri-Ann Beckles, Assistant Archivist in the University Archives and Records Management Programme (left), and Ms. Maria Dodson, Administrative Assistant (Research Students, Publications) in the Office of Graduate Studies and Research (right). Both entered final rest on Friday, January 11th, ...
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SALISES Fosters Debate on BERT

Six months following the implementation of the Barbados Economic Recovery Transformation (BERT) programme, a group of scholars will make rigorous assessment of its progress. On Wednesday, January 23, 2019, a panel of experts across a range of fields will examine the impact of the measure on Barbadian society, when the Sir Arthur Institute for Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) convenes a po...
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Creating Pathways for Educational Progress

The School of Education at Cave Hill is creating several initiatives aimed at changing the face of teacher education in the Caribbean. Among these are the implementation of new degree programmes and other courses for continuing education, the franchising of existing ones to national colleges in the OECS, and partnering with funding institutions, educational bodies and international and regional...
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English in the Caribbean for Interpreters

Ten participants from almost as many countries began training this week in the inaugural English in the Caribbean for Interpreters workshop, an initiative of the Centre for English Language Learning, at Cave Hill. Officer-in-charge of the Centre, Dr Stacy Denny, said the 11-day course was created in order to fill the knowledge gap about issues concerning the Caribbean at international conferen...
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