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  • The UWI to launch new faculty to boost regional culture and creativity

    A cultural medley showcasing varied forms of Caribbean creative expression along with eminent regional voices, will feature prominently when The University of the West Indies (The UWI) launches its newest Faculty of Culture, Creative and Performing Arts this weekend. The UWI’s ninth faculty will be situated in Cave Hill, Barbados, bringing...

  • UWI Software Engineering students celebrate end of two years of study in China

    A group of twenty-six students from The University of the West Indies (The UWI) recently completed the China component of a 2+2 Bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering with a concentration in mobile application technologies. The group which spent the past two years studying at the Global Institute of Software Technology (GIST) in Suzhou,...

  • STATEMENT FROM PROFESSOR SIR HILARY BECKLES | A New Day in Guyana

    A New Day in Guyana The following statement is issued by Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, Professor of Economic History. Sometimes it requires a personal rather than political or professional perspective to see beyond the borders of a seemingly divisive circumstance, and to offer a dispassionate comment. I wa...

  • Two New Professors at the Cave Hill Campus

    Two academics at the Cave Hill Campus are among five at The University of the West Indies (The UWI) who were recently promoted to the rank of professor. Dr. Dwayne Devonish is now Professor of Management and Organisational Behaviour and Dr. Aaron Kamugisha is Professor of Caribbean and Africana Thought. The appointments took effect in May. At ...

  • The UWI Cave Hill Campus Remembers the Late Sir Everton Weekes

    PROFESSOR EUDINE BARRITEAY PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE LATE SIR EVERTON WEEKESWhen The UWI, Cave Hill Campus decided to perpetuate the memory of the 3Ws - of whom Sir Everton Weekes was, until recently, the only remaining survivor – it was a bold gesture to the regional and international community of the University’s intent to highlight and ...