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Celebrating UTech, Jamaica Alumni: Sean Thorpe – Jamaica pushes towards digital society goal, Jamaica Gleaner 24-07-2019 August 5, 2019

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Congratulations to Sean Thorpe, Ph.D. Alumnus, and Head, School of Information Technology, University of Technology, Jamaica  (SCIT) on his recent article published in the Jamaica Gleaner, July 24, 2019. Dr. Thorpe is also the president of the Jamaica Computer Society. You are invited to read his article below.


Imagine being able to visit one website to conduct all government transactions.

Jamaica is one step closer to that reality with the project, gov.jm, which is now available online in phase one of its development. The next two phases will be designed to be a one-stop shop and facilitate access to more than 200 government organisations via a single interface. (more…)


Celebrating UTech Jamaica Alumni – Kerione Bryan, Poet July 9, 2018

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The UTech, Jamaica Alumni Community celebrates final year business administration student Kerione Bryan, Class of 2018 on the publication of his book of poems “Beautiful Thoughts: Poems the Anthology. This is an admirable achievement and we wish for Kerione the very best for the development of his career as author and entrepreneur. Information on Kerione is noted below.


My book, Beautiful Thoughts: Poems the Anthology, author Kerione Bryan, is NOW AVAILABLE for sale on amazon.com in Paperback & Kindle. Link to book http://amzn.to/2galdoP


“I’m enrolled in the BBA program in the School of Business Administration (SOBA), at the University of Technology, Jamaica and my major is Finance & Banking. I’m a final year student graduating in November 2018. My book has one hundred poems in different chapters, the first chapter is titled the Art of Romance. (more…)

Celebrating UTech, Jamaica Alumni – Jerome Campbell, ArrowEx June 17, 2018

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Photo: Jerome Campbell by Norman Grindley, Jamaica Gleaner


‘App-Solutely’ Jamaican – UTech Graduate Creates One Of The Most Popular 10-Digit Converters Available In Google Play Store

Published: The Gleaner | Sunday | June 17, 2018 | 12:01 AM Carlene Davis

Scores of Jamaicans are turning to the Google Play Store for help to convert the seven digit telephone numbers in their contact list to meet the new 10-digit dialling regime, but not many are aware that one of the most popular conversion applications (apps) is made by one of their countrymen.

Jerome Campbell, a 31-year-old Jamaican information technology specialist and app designer, is responsible for the second highest rated country code converter in the Google Play Store, with more than 20,000 downloads and a 4.5 rating out of five. (more…)

Celebrating UTech, Jamaica Alumni – Constable Anthony Taylor May 3, 2018

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Anthony, The Friendly Cop – Police Constable Brightens The Day Of Many
In Half-Way Tree


UTech Ja Alumnus Anthony Taylor, Jamaica Gleaner 30-04-2018

Published:Monday | April 30, 2018 | 12:00 AM Jodi-Ann Gilpin/Gleaner Writer

More than a decade after he was abused by members of a police team, Anthony Taylor is trying his hardest to help change the image of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), and he is doing it from the inside.

Having joined the JCF three years ago, Taylor, now a constable, is providing a spark in Half-Way Tree, St Andrew.

His smiles, frequent handshakes and pleasant greetings brighten the morning for motorists and pedestrians in the heavily trafficked area near the transport centre.

“He is friendly, full o’ manners and he knows how to deal with people. Him a good police,” said Kemar Bennett, a vendor who operates close by the transport centre where Taylor is stationed.

CLICK TO READ FULL STORY, Jamaica Gleaner April 30, 2018

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