Author: Dr. Dave Cassie, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences The School of Sciences, Technology & Allied Health (STAH) recently hosted the University’s first ever virtual Science day. In the past, it has usually been the custom to showcase the work of students, faculty and staff of the various departments of STAH around a particular
Authored by: Mr. Hayden McKenna, University Writer/Editor On March 05, 2022 the University of the Southern Caribbean officially launched its participation in the celebration of the centennial year of the Inter-American Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (IAD). The launch took the form of a Sabbath Service at the Caring University Church. Titled
Authored by: Mr. Hayden McKenna, University Writer/Editor With the public health measures to mitigate the spread of COVID 19 being relaxed by many national governments and with the nascent signs that the pandemic might be headed to epidemiological remission, the leadership of the USC has begun to prepare for what undoubtedly will be a thoughtful,
BCW2022 took place during March 14 – 17 and positioned itself as a university-wide annual event. BCW stands for Business and Career Week and is a period of four days where key individuals in various professions are invited to sensitise and engage students on contemporary issues in the workplace and expected future trends in the world of work.
Prepared by Dr. Susan Chand, Director, Office of Research & Innovation Visit usc.edu.tt/researchday for more! Research Day is an annual event that showcases the scholarly work of the faculty, staff and students at the University of the Southern Caribbean through oral presentations, poster exhibitions and round table discussions. As we continue to be in the
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