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  • World Stroke Day: October 29, 2020

    FROM THE BARBADOS NATIONAL REGISTRY FOR CHRONIC NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASE THE GEORGE ALLEYNE CHRONIC RESEARCH DISEASE CENTRE, THE UWI CAVE HILL CAMPUS FOR WORLD STROKE DAY, OCTOBER 29, 2020 Barbadians Have a Critical Part to Play in Reducing NCD Burden The latest report of the Barbados National Registry for Non-Communicable Disease (BNR) once...

  • Cave Hill Research Students awarded prestigious Other Universals Consortium Scholarships

    Two PhD candidates from The UWI, Cave Hill Campus are this year’s recipients of the Other Universals Consortium Scholarship. Each year Other Universals-UWI awards two scholarships to PhD candidates at the university, and this year the selected candidates were Reyda Gay (PhD candidate Cultural Studies) and Vania Patrick-Drakes (PhD candidate Social Policy). They will each receive US $8,2...

  • Administration Complex at The UWI Cave Hill Campus named in honour of Professor Sir Hilary Beckles

    Vice-Chancellor of The University of the West Indies (UWI), President of Universities Caribbean, and Chairman of the CARICOM Reparations Commission, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, has been paid special tribute by having the administration building at the Cave Hill Campus named in his honour. The building now bears the name Hilary McDonald Beck...

  • UWI Cave Hill Makes Major Investment to Aid Online Teaching

    Following a one-week delay to the start of classes, and a significant investment in technological and infrastructural upgrades, since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, authorities at The University of the West Indies Cave Hill campus say all systems are go for teaching to get underway on Monday, September 14 for the 2020/21 academic year. Th...

  • The UWI signs MOU with Barbados Community College

    More students will be be able to complete a bachelor’s degree from The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus in only two years, thanks to a Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Campus and the Barbados Community College (BCC). The MOU, which puts in place a more structured and expanded arrangement, was signed last Wedne...