June 2018

AEP - Lecturers

In line with the UWI Triple A Strategic Plan, Deans have been asked to expose students to the world of work and the AEP is a part of this larger project for which Deputy Deans are responsible. This information will be reported to Faculty Board and will assist with Accreditation and Rankings, as an engaged alumni population is a reflection of a positive student experience.   


Note - The e-form below will only have to be used by all lecturers, a miniumum of once a semester.



Alum's Employer
e.g. course name, seminar, social, meeting or sporting event

UWI STAT Climate Change Advocacy Action Network

Thank you for joining the UWI STAT Climate Change Advocacy Action Network!

Your voice can make a difference when it comes to governance or policy decisions affecting the Caribbean.

Through signing petitions, lobbying, or volunteering to represent for example - you can make an impact on the way our Caribbean will prepare for a world that will be different!

UWI Details

UWIAA invite you to support the PELICAN AWARDS on July 25, 2018

Chancellor Bermudez and the collective UWIAA invite you to support this PELICAN AWARDS on July 25, 2018 if you will be in Jamaica. The awardees, who are all proud Pelicans and come from the Caribbean are:

  1. 1948-1958 Dr Loyd Stanford
  2. 1959- 1968 Dr Karl Massiah
  3. 1969-1978 Professor Merle Collins
  4. 1979-1988 Dr Irving W Andre
  5. 1989-1998 Ambassador Dr. June Soomer
  6. 1999 –2008 Dr Andre Haughton
  7. 2009- 2018 Dr Nicole Nation

UWIAA Washington DC Chapter marks UWI 70th!

Saturday, June 9, 2018 at 12:30 p.m.


Normandie Farm Restaurant 10710 Falls Road, Potomac, MD 20854 is the location.

The UWIAA Washington, D.C. Chapter will continue to mark the UWI’s 70th with a SUMMER LUNCHEON at which Rev. Canon Kortright Davis will be presented with the Chapter’s prestigious Pelican Award.

Be there on Saturday, June 9, 2018 at 12:30 p.m.

Normandie Farm Restaurant 10710 Falls Road, Potomac, MD 20854 is the location.

For information and tickets – please contact:


UWI’s 70th celebrated by alumni and staff of the UWI Open Campus in St. Kitts and Nevis

The staff at the Open Campus St. Kitts & Nevis Site and the UWIAA SKN celebrated UWI’s 70th Anniversary with a fun event to mark this milestone - the Back-in-Time fete!! This took place on June 2, 2018. It was not just a celebration but also an opportunity to raise funds for students who may require financial assistance. It was a memorable evening with great throwback music – courtesy Ronnie Rascal, dancing, reminiscing and good ole liming.

Dr. Sasha Turner

UWI alumna, Dr. Sasha Turner of North Haven, Associate Professor of History, recently received the 2018 Maria Stewart Journal Article Prize from the African American Intellectual History Society for her essay: The Nameless and the Forgotten: Maternal Grief, Sacred Protection and the Archives of Slavery. She was also recognized as the 2018 Faculty Scholar in the College of Arts and Sciences at Quinnipiac University.


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