Author: Hayden McKenna The president, administration, faculty and staff, students, alumni, family and friends of the University of the Southern Caribbean join in mourning the recent passing of an outstanding citizen and leader in our global university community. Having lived for an entire century and some extra days, the brilliant
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Author: Grace Jacott, Coordinator, ICCTL On November 30, 2021, thirty proud members of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) received congratulatory remarks from the university president, Dr. Colwick Wilson, the provost, Dr. Wanda Chesney and the coordinator of ICCTL, Mrs. Grace Jacott, as they prepared to receive a Certificate
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From Egypt to Canaan: The Journey Home - A Fundraising Telethon for students of USC's School of Theology & Religion. Join us on Sunday, December 19, 2021 from 9:00am for Preaching by International and Regional Preachers, Testimonies, Musical Concert, and Talent Exhibition. Streamed on Facebook and Youtube - all proceeds
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The University of the Southern Caribbean extends sincere congratulations to the Government and people of the Republic of Barbados on this remarkable achievement on its journey of self-determination and ascendant nationhood. May ever widening paths to peace and prosperity attend the pursuit of your collective aspirations for your new republic.
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The University of the Southern Caribbean (USC) is saddened by the recent passing of its alumnus, Pastor Livingstone Aaron. We join with several others in expressing our deepest condolences to his wife Cynthia (also a graduate of CUC/USC), his close relatives, friends and ministerial colleagues. According to a release by
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Authored by: Hayden McKenna From November 11th to 13th 2021, officials of the Kettering Health Network, based in Ohio USA visited the main campus of University of the Southern Caribbean. The delegation of two, was given a physical tour of the new home of the School of Nursing and Allied
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Authored by: Shelley Lyons, Assistant Professor & Publications Officer, USC Faculty Senate The quest to measure a nation’s President’s initial days in office began rather memorably with US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1933. He began his presidency during a very challenging time in American history: the Great Depression. He
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Authored by: Hayden McKenna On November 10, 2021, the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC) participated in the first symposium on quality in higher education organized by the Inter-American Division (IAD), Department of Education. The symposium, timely themed “Pedagogical Experience in a Pandemic”, drew participants, contributors and presenters primarily from
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Excellence Express awaits! From Caribbean Training College to University of the Southern Caribbean, our voice in the valley has strongly echoed as we have grown in size, status and service to society. Throughout the years, though change has been a constant, we have remained steadfast in the quest for institutional
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On March 9-10, 2022 the Department of Research and Innovation will host the USC International Research Conference under the theme: Human Dimensionalities and Disparities: The Impact of COVID-19 on Physical, Social, Economic, Emotional and Spiritual Well Being. The USC International Research Conference 2022 will address the issues of human dimensionalities
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On Thursday October 21st, 2021, at 3:00pm, the University of the Southern Caribbean Economics Department fielded a team of debaters in the annual University of the West Indies (UWI) Conference on the Economy (COTE) Tertiary Debating Competition. The theme: Be it resolved that resources are efficiently allocated towards treatment of
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The YESS: USC Mentorship programme originated in 2018 as an initiative of the History and Social Studies Department. The first instalments of the programme promoted a holistic approach to assisting secondary school history teachers and students preparing for the CSEC History exams. Predicated on the principles of youth development, YESS: USC worked with students to enhance
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