Author: Ms. Shelley Lyons, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Language & Communication
From your first encounter, you are bound to be enamored by her quiet and genteel goodwill, and his wit, passion and humour.
Drs. Sandy and Jean Kissoon-Singh are a son and daughter of the Trinbago soil, who have decided to give back to their birth country, as they believe their birth place has given much to them. Dr. Jean, as she may be affectionately called, to distinguish her from her similarly doctored spouse, resides in Ontario, Canada. Dr. Sandy, lives with his wife, in their residence. The couple has decided to give generously to the University of the Southern Caribbean, but only after earnest prayer.
Noteworthy, is the fact that the winsome couple, have no direct links to USC, and no apparent S.D.A. ties. Yet, they have been inspired to munificently donate, firstly one sum and then a second, to the School of Education and Humanities. Education for them requires excellence, and they would like all prospective teachers to be well trained and come to believe that all children can learn.
To them, USC owes gratitude for their freewill gifts and furthermore their willingness to assist in sharing their wealth of experience and training to advance the university’s vision.