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UTech, Ja Pharmacy Alumni & CIPPPAR Fundraising Gala, 25th Feb, 2017 February 20, 2017

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UTech Ja: Prof Vasciannie, CD Meets with PM Holness, ON, MP, 31-Jan-2017 February 3, 2017

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Today I met with the new President of the University of Technology (UTECH), Stephen Vascianne, and offered my congratulations on his appointment. I was pleased to hear of plans to strengthen the programmes offered at the University as well as placing more emphasis on carrying out research activities to develop human knowledge. Andrew Holness, Facebook, 31st January, 2017.

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UTech, Jamaica Alumni Community Welcomes President – Prof. Stephen Vasciannie January 13, 2017

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“….remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.” – Henry Ford

Dear Alumni of CAST – UTech, Jamaica,

You are invited to share brief, personal words of welcome to our 4th and newest President — Professor Stephen Vasciannie, CD. Prof. Vasciannie began his tenure as President on January 3, 2017.

Please use the “Add a comment” section found at the top of this blog post to personally welcome Prof. Vasciannie and share one (1) wish you may have for the ongoing development of our University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica).

We commit to share your comments with Prof. Vasciannie. This will surely convey the strong spirit of goodwill that we the CAST  – UTech, Jamaica community of over 170,000 graduates, based locally, regionally and internationally have towards our Alma Mater.

Thanks for your participation and continued support of UTech, Jamaica.


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University of Technology, Jamaica
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UTech Jamaica: Prof. Vasciannie Shares Vision for UTech, Jamaica at First Staff Meeting January 11, 2017

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Prof. Vasciannie Shares Vision for UTech, Jamaica at First Staff Meeting

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Prof. Stephen Vasciannie, CD (at podium) President, delivers his inaugural address to members of faculty and staff during a general staff meeting held at the Alfred Sangster Auditorium, UTech, Jamaica Papine campus on Tuesday, January 10, 2017.  Seated at the head table are Mr. Richard Powell, Pro-Chancellor,  who introduced the President and Dr. Elaine Wallace, University Registrar.

 

A capacity audience of members of faculty and administrative staff turned out at the Alfred Sangster auditorium, UTech, Jamaica’s Papine campus on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 for an introductory meeting with new President, Prof. Stephen Vasciannie, CD.

 

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In his wide ranging address to staff, Prof. Vasciannie shared his personal vision for his stewardship as President of the University, which he emphasized, will be anchored by an inclusive approach to decision making.  “It is prudent for me to continue consultations with the various stakeholders of the UTech, Ja. community with a view to ascertaining your perspectives,” he said, adding that “I will seek to find out your own vision for the institution: where are we now, in your view? Where should we seek to go? And what are some of the constraints that limit the great potential that UTech, has in serving Jamaican society and the wider Caribbean.”

The incoming President articulated his intention to oversee an “inclusive institution where attention is paid to the views of the different stakeholders.”  To thunderous applause from the gathering, Prof. Vasciannie underscored that his modus operandi will be one of  open channels of communication, “transparency, fairness, justice and integrity” as principled components of his personal vision in working together with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure the good name, reputation and advancement of UTech, Jamaica.

Meetings with Internal and External Stakeholders

Turning his attention to some of the varied issues and concerns which have been raised by internal and external stakeholders during a series of meetings and courtesy calls since taking up office on January, 3, Prof. Vasciannie noted that he will engage in further discussions before putting forward a detailed statement on the various matters.

During the course of last week he participated in meetings with the management team, heads of the three staff unions, Minister of Education, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid and other senior officers in the Ministry and the University’s Chancellor, the Most Hon. Edward Seaga, ON, PC.  Prof. Vasciannie noted that further consultative meetings will include the Students’ Union Council and visits to UTech, Jamaica’s other campuses over the next few weeks.

Prof. Vasciannie specially thanked his predecessor Prof. Colin Gyles who acted as President for the period August 2015 to December 2016 for his “hard work in holding the fort” and for being a source of information about developments at UTech, Ja.  He also expressed gratitude to Dr. Haldane Johnson who acted as Deputy President during that period and extended appreciation to the Council led by Pro-Chancellor Mr. Richard Powell who was key in his recruitment as President, as well as to University Registrar, Dr. Elaine Wallace and Deputy Chairman of Council, Mr. Michael McAnuff Jones “who have been instrumental in providing guidance and insight.”

Student-Friendly Environment

The new President’s well-received address was punctuated with nodding approvals and spontaneous applause as he outlined a number of operational areas he would like to see bolstered.  Among them – an enhanced student-friendly environment and the promotion of student scholarship, interests and learning.  He also called for greater focus on independent research and publishing that will feature aspects of the work of UTech, Jamaica in the context of the Jamaican society.

Referencing an held opinion that UTech, Jamaica should “focus on technology and scientific matters and leave other subjects to other places,” Prof. Vasciannie emphasized that “our focus on technology and scientific matters need not prompt us to ignore other issues,” pointing out that areas such as business related studies leading to commercial activities are of profound significance to Caribbean societies.  Prof. Vasciannie also noted that UTech, Jamaica should maintain its commitment to teaching and research in the humanities, law and other areas which are not purely scientific.  “There is no case for any one institution having a monopoly, by right, over any area of study in a Jamaica committed to competition, increased opportunities and enhanced enrolment for students,” he affirmed, to loud applause from the large gathering of staff present.

Alternative Funding Opportunities

Prof. Vasciannie rounded out his twenty-minute presentation with the matter of the University’s well-known financial constraints and the dwindling funding from central Government.  He proffered the need to “work more assiduously to promote alternative sources of funding,” citing greater partnership with the private sector at home and abroad within the ambit of “good governance practices and transparency.”

He ended his remarks with an appeal for reconciliation and healing within the University community.  “I suggest that we work calmly and carefully to heal the breaches that may exist within our community,” he said, adding that  “reconciliation does not require us to abandon our principles and values, but it requires us to listen to each other.” Noting that “UTech has made valuable, practical contributions to the lives of thousands of Jamaicans,” he called for a “redoubling of our efforts to continue our major contribution to national development, to serve our students, to enhance research and innovation for development, and to improve social understanding as Jamaica seeks to move from the Third World to the First.”

A robust question and answer session followed in which the President responded to questions and comments made by members of faculty and staff.

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President, Prof. Stephen Vasciannie greets members of faculty and staff who warmly welcomed him following his address


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UTech, Jamaica: President, Prof. Stephen Vasciannie Pays Courtesy Call on Chancellor Seaga January 11, 2017

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President, Prof. Stephen Vasciannie Pays Courtesy Call on Chancellor Seaga

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WELCOME ON BOARD: The Most Hon. Edward Seaga, ON, PC (right) Chancellor, University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Ja.) welcomes Prof. Stephen Vasciannie, CD, President, University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Ja.) during a courtesy call on him on Friday, January 6, 2017 at Mr. Seaga’s Distinguished Fellow Offices at UWI, Mona. Prof. Vasciannie was accompanied by Michael McAnuff-Jones, Deputy Chairman of Council and Dr. Elaine Wallace, University Registrar. Prof. Vasciannie took up office as President of UTech, Jamaica on Tuesday, January 3, 2017. His courtesy call on the Chancellor is part of a series of on boarding activities to introduce Prof. Vasciannie to the University’s internal and external stakeholders. 


 

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UTech Jamaica President, Prof. Stephen Vasciannie, Pays Courtesy Call on Minister of Education January 11, 2017

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President, Prof. Stephen Vasciannie, Pays Courtesy Call on Minister of Education

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WELCOME ON BOARD: Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, CD (left), Minister of Education, Youth and Information and Prof. Stephen Vasciannie, CD, President, University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Ja.) share a hearty laugh during a courtesy call on the Minister at the Ministry of Education on Thursday, January 5, 2017. Prof. Vasciannie took up office as President of UTech, Ja. on Tuesday, January 3, 2017.   Prof. Vasciannie’s courtesy call on the Minister of Education is part of a series of on boarding activities to introduce him to the University’s internal and external stakeholders.  Looking on is Robert Miller, Senior Advisor to the Minister.

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Prof. Vasciannie (1st right) makes a point during the meeting with Minister Ruel Reid (centre).  Prof. Vasciannie was accompanied by Mr. Michael McAnnuf-Jones (2nd right), Deputy Chairman of Council and Dr. Elaine Wallace (3rd right), University Registrar. Participating in the meeting from left are Dr. Grace McLean, Chief Education Officer, Mr. Robert Miller, Senior Advisor to the Minister and Mr. Dean-Roy, Permanent Secretary,  Ministry of Education, Youth and Information.

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UTech, Jamaica Welcomes New President – Prof. Stephen Vasciannie, CD January 6, 2017

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University of Technology, Jamaica

Welcomes

Professor Stephen Vasciannie, CD

President

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Professor Stephen Vasciannie, CD

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica), led by Mr. Michael McAnnuf-Jones, Deputy Chairman of Council this morning welcomed Professor Stephen Vasciannie, CD who assumed duties today, Tuesday, January 3, 2017 as President.

On his arrival, Mr. McAnnuf-Jones and Dr. Elaine Wallace, University Registrar presented Members of Council, University Officers, Vice Presidents, Associate Vice Presidents, and other members of Executive Management and staff.

Prof. Vasciannie in his response said that he “looks forward to working with the University’s Registrar, Council and all members of staff to make the University a better place.”  He added that, “the University has great potential to contribute to Jamaica and the rest of the Caribbean,” and  that he will be meeting with all stakeholders to discuss the way forward.

Mr. Micheal McAnnuf-Jones, Deputy Chairman of Council who represented Pro-Chancellor, Mr. Richard Powell, in welcoming Prof. Vasciannie expressed appreciation on behalf the University’s Council for the patience demonstrated by all stakeholders during the search for a new President. He specially thanked Prof. Colin Gyles, Deputy President and Dr. Haldane Johnson, Associate Vice President, Undergraduate Studies who served as Acting President and Acting Deputy President respectively for their commitment to the University during the period.

As President, Prof. Vasciannie will carry out the functions of chief academic and administrative officer of the University, reporting directly to the Council, through its Chairman, the Pro-Chancellor. He will be principally responsible for implementing the Council’s policies, and will exercise such executive powers as necessary for the proper administration and operation of the University.

He has been a member of the Jamaican Bar for twenty years, and worked at the United Nations and at the Wall Street Law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell as a member of the New York Bar in the 1990s.  His illustrious career in academia has included senior appointments at the University of the West Indies, and he served as Principal of the Norman Manley Law School from 2008 to 2012.  Within the University of the West Indies, Professor Vasciannie has won various awards for outstanding teaching and research.

Prof. Vasciannie has served with great distinction in both the private and public sectors.  He has been a Deputy Solicitor General for Jamaica, has been a member of the Board of Scotiabank Jamaica, and has chaired the Boards of Scotia Investment Jamaica and of his alma mater, Kingston College.

Between 2012 and 2015, he served as Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States of America and Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States (OAS).  In the latter capacity, he was elected Chairman of the Permanent Council of the OAS for the period August to October 2012, and as Chairman of the OAS Committee on Juridical and Political Affairs for the year 2014 to 2015.

For his services to Jamaican Education, Law and International Relations, Prof. Vasciannie received the national award of Order of Distinction (Commander Class) in 2015.

The UTech, Jamaica family welcomes Professor Vasciannie.

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Dr. Elaine Wallace (left), University Registrar and Mr. Michael McAnnuf-Jones (right), Deputy Chairman of Council present Mr. Stephen Vasciannie to Council Members, University Officers, Vice Presidents, Associate Vice Presidents and other members of Executive Management.

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UTech, Jamaica: Amb. Stephen Vasciannie Appointed as our 4th President – 2nd January, 2017 December 16, 2016

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Ambassador Stephen Vasciannie Appointed

as Fourth President of the University of Technology, Jamaica

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Ambassador Stephen Vasciannie

In my capacity as Secretary to the University Council, I am advising the University Community that Ambassador Stephen Vasciannie has been appointed President for the University of Technology, Jamaica. The appointment was made in accordance with the provisions of Statute IV and will be for a period of three years commencing January 2, 2017. (more…)

JOB ADVT: Receptionist, UTech Jamaica November 29, 2016

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

“EXCELLENCE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE”

College of Business & Management,

Joan Duncan School of Entrepreneurship, Ethics & Leadership.

 

An excellent opportunity has arisen within the Joan Duncan School of Entrepreneurship, Ethics & Leadership in the College of Business & Management for the following post:

 

Receptionist – Level 3A

The Receptionist is responsible for greeting visitors and to assist with providing general information or direction.  He/she ensures that all visitors to the office are given excellent customer service in accordance with the University’s customer service charter.

Requirements:

The preferred applicant will possess the following

  • Five (5) CXC/GCE subjects including English Language and a numerical subject.
  • At least one (1) year experience in a customer service environment.
  • Knowledge of office etiquette and communication protocols.
  • Knowledge of office administration, record keeping and microsoft office suite.
  • Good communication and customer service skills.
  • Ability to remain calm and composed when dealing with difficult people, situations and frequent interruptions.

Interested applicants seeking a career opportunity who meet the specified requirements are invited to submit applications for consideration to hrm@utech.edu.jm by Friday, December 9, 2016 or to:

 

Senior Director (Director) – Human Resources & Administration

University of Technology, Jamaica

237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6.

Jamaica. W.I.

Tel: (876) 927-1680-8, ext 3030


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UTech, Jamaica: Presents – PROJECT JA- LIVITY November 23, 2016

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University of Technology, Jamaica College of Health Sciences
Invites you to the official launch of
Project JA Livity
Theme: “Livity and the Jamaican Society”

“To provide information on eating patterns and trends in the Jamaican population”

Venue: University of Technology, Jamaica Papine Campus Lecture Theate 23 (LT23)

Date & Time: Thursday December 1, 2016 at 8:30 a.m.

FULL BODY SCAN AND WELLNESS SCREENING TESTS DONE ON SITE
THERE WILL BE FRUIT SMOOTHIES AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
For more information please call 970-5183/970-1680 EXT:3794

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UTech, Ja Alumni: Congratulations Major General Antony Anderson! November 23, 2016

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The Alumni Relations Community of the University of Technology, Jamaica Congratulates Major General Antony Anderson (Graduate Class of 1985) on his appointment as Jamaica’s first National Security Advisor. We wish for Major Anderson every success in his new national duties.


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Congratulations UTech Knights Basketball Team! November 10, 2016

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Congratulations to the UTech Knights Basketball team who won after defeating the Caribbean Maritime Institute 75/36 on Saturday, October 29, 2016. See above for upcoming match schedule.


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PHOTO ALBUM: Graduation 2016, UTech, Jamaica November 4, 2016

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The University of Technology, Jamaica hosted its Graduation Ceremony 2016 on Thursday, November 3, 2016 at the National Arena in Kingston, Jamaica. It is with pleasure that the Alumni Relations Office invites the Alumni Community, Family & Friends to share in the joy experienced by our graduates by viewing the photo album.

CLICK HERE TO EXPERIENCE THE JOY OF OUR CLASS OF 2016


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THE SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT CONGRATULATES CHEF SIMONE WALKER-BARRETT ON HER RECIPE PUBLICATIONS . November 2, 2016

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i). JamaicanEats Magazine, Special Edition : 10th Anniversary Issue

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The School of Hospitality and Tourism Management would like to congratulate Chef Simone Walker Barret on her two (2) recipe publications.

These recipes are outcomes of her research interest in traditional culinary arts in Jamaica.


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Alumni Assn, UTech – UTech Alumni 5K, 20th Nov 2016 October 20, 2016

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Date of Event: Sunday November 20 ,2016

Time: 7:00 a.m.

Venue & Route

STARTING POINT : UTech, Jamaica Papine Campus
It will start and end on the campus of the University of Technology, Jamaica with its course running through the salubrious clime of Hope Pastures and immediate environs.

REGISTRATION 

Online Registration
http://utechalumni.com/event/utech-ja-alumni-5k/

Or

Visit: The 5k Secretariat 
Department of Sports
University of Technology, Jamaica.
Tel: (876) 504-9206
Email: utechalumni5k@gmail.com

ENTRY FEE: 
Adults $1,200
Students $1,000

 

Alumni Association, UTech Executive

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Ronald (Ronnie) Sutherland President / c. 876-815-2425
email:  utechalumni@gmail.com
Sharon Smith V.P. Marketing & Public Relations / c. Smith c: 876-361-4686; email:  utechalumni@gmail.com
Jacqueline Daley V.P. Membership
Egnon Christie V.P. Finance & Administration
(See Above President Position) Immediate Past President
 Julian Patrick; George Davis; Joan Latty Elected Executive Members (No Portfolio
Gregory Linton;  Shanika Morgan Co-opted Members

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UTech Mentor Programme Recruitment 2016 August 30, 2016

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UTech Mentor Programme 2016-17

The University of Technology, Jamaica is currently recruiting professionals (Public, Private, Non-Governmental, Business, Religious Sector etc)  with 5 or more years work experience to serve as mentors to our students, especially final year students. Of course, we welcome all interested Alumni who wish to give-back and invest in youth development and our University, through our Mentorship programme. However our Mentors do not have to be past students of UTech, Jamaica. If you know of any professional who you think would provide excellent guidance to youth about to transition into the world of work, please share this link with them and encourage them to sign up to be a UTech, Jamaica Mentor 2016!

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP TO BE A UTech, Ja MENTOR!

 

As a Mentor at the University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) You Have the Wonderful Opportunity to Draw On your Life Experiences, Failures and Triumphs to Guide and Encourage Students …

Who feel lonely, confused, completely overwhelmed

Who are at a crossroads, needing to make a critical do-or-die decisions but don’t have the experience or information needed, or the confidence to just-make-the-decision and move on with life powerfully

Who need someone that they know for sure is in their corner. Someone who has time for them…to listen, to understand, to encourage…to give them room to explore and fail without judgment, as well as to celebrate with them when they get it right

Who need someone to provide a safe space to work through the challenging life experiences, and be better, stronger, and wiser for it.

And our students at UTech, especially our final year students, need someone wise to the world, and to the workplace, to listen, to understand, to gently guide and to celebrate with them, as they take their final steps as students and transition into the uncertainties of:  job search; the workplace; re-paying student loans; establishing a meaningful career and creating a future they can pursue with hope and passion.

The Career & Placement Unit  is seeking to recruit 150 new & returning mentors to UTech Jamaica’s  Annual Mentorship Programme.

Can You Invest in UTech, Jamaica and the Caribbean by Mentoring an Upcoming Professional for this Academic Year 2016/17?

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP TO BE A UTech, Ja MENTOR!

For Further Information Contact:

Ms. Michae’ Cain

Administrative Support

Career and Placement Unit

University of Technology, Jamaica

Tel: (876) 970-5267; Ext: 2267

Email: michae.cain@utech.edu.jm


 

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UTech, Jamaica Hosts Educational Tour Programme June 24, 2016

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Students from the University of Kentucky hang out outside the UTech Ja campus in Papine.

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech) partnered with the University of Kentucky to create an educational tour package from May 13 to 22.

The tour showcased not only Jamaica’s history and unique culture, but also highlighted Jamaica’s innovativeness in the area of hospitality and tourism management. This was the UTech, Ja/School of Hospitality and Tourism Management’s (SHTM) first Education Abroad – Jamaica Study Tour Programme, ably coordinated by lecturer Nicole Hay-Walters, and assisted by tourism specialist in the SHTM, Beienetch Watson.

The tour provided an exclusive opportunity for students to discover how their subject areas are put into practice at one of the Caribbean’s leading leisure destinations. During their time in Jamaica, students visited Montego Bay, Kingston and Negril. Among the major attractions visited were the Rastafari Indigenous Village, Bob Marley Museum, Montego Bay Marine Park, Rose Hall Great House (night tour), Ricks Cafe and Hollywell National Park.

The group also benefited from educational seminars and interactive workshops conducted by Watson; Marjorie Cunningham, district sales manager, Jamaica Tourism Board; and Allasandra Chung, director of the Attractions Development Department of the Tourism Product Development Company.

Read The Full Gleaner Article Here! 
Published:Wednesday | June 22, 2016 | 12:00 AM


 

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UTech, Ja: Announces Research Publication by Dr. Su Yin Htun, Associate Professor June 22, 2016

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COHS Lecturer

Dr. Su Yin Htun, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Specialist and Associate Professor & Head of Dept of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery  in College of Oral Health Sciences, University of Technology, Jamaica

The College of Oral Health Sciences is pleased to announce the publication titled Interlink of Two Syndromes – Demarquay-van der Woude and Popliteal Pterygium in One Family Group by  Dr. Su Yin Htun,   Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Specialist and Associate Professor in the College of Oral Health Sciences, University of Technology, Jamaica.  Her research was published in the Journal of Interdisciplinary Medicine and Dental Science Vol 4:1.

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GOJ Masters Scholarship for Teachers Educators, June 30th, 2016 June 22, 2016

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Math, Science, TVET Scholarships for Teacher Educators

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Forty (40) scholarships tenable at University of Technology. Jamaica or The University of the West Indies  are being offered to Teacher Educators desirous of pursuing Master’s Degrees in

  • Mathematics Education
  • Science Education
  • Technical and Vocational Education

Criteria:

  • A minimum of five (5) years teaching experience with at least three years in a teacher training experience
  • Undergraduate training in their area of specialization along with a Diploma in Teaching.

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UTech, Ja Medicinal Plants Course May – June, 2016 May 31, 2016

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