5th Annual Public Lecture Series

Under the auspices of USC’s Charter Week 2021 which commemorates fifteen years of University Status, the Department of Research and Innovation presents its 5th Annual Public Lecture Series. This lecture series engages the academic community in intellectual discourses by prominent professionals from a various walks of life.

This year’s presenter is Dr. Leslie N. Pollard, President of the Oakwood University located in Huntsville, Alabama. Dr. Pollard’s presentation will reflect on the theme: Education in Transition: Moving Beyond a Pandemic Response.

Date: March 9, 2021
Time: 6:30pm - 8:00 pm

15th Annual Research Day

For the first time, USC’s Research Day will be hosted virtually under the theme: Education in Transition: Moving Beyond a Pandemic Response.

On March 10 & 11, 2021 presenters from Africa, Asia, the USA, South America and the Caribbean will present papers that capture the challenges, opportunities and innovative approaches in the diverse disciplines of study - health and medical care, management strategies, promoting student-centric culture, entrepreneurship, unemployment issues, online education and counselling, teacher-student attitudes and beliefs, home-schooling, national security issues and food consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Research Day is inaugurated by The Honourable Minister Dr. Nyan Gadsy-Dolly, Minister of Education, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Keynote Speaker at the Opening Ceremony on March 10, 2021 at 9:00 am.

Round Table Discussion

USC's 15th Annual Research Day will conclude with a lively Round Table Discussion facilitated by Sen. Paul Richards, Independent Senator in the Parliament, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Panelists from various Adventist Universities will focus on theme: Moving Beyond a Pandemic Response.

Panelists will highlight their success stories and effective strategies undertaken during the pandemic.

Date: March 11, 2021
Time: 12:55pm

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