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On Campus radio show: Meet the Poet Laureate of Jamaica, Professor Emeritus Mervyn Morris

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May 25 2014 - 2:00pm
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May 25 2014 - 4:00pm

Professor Emeritus Mervyn Morris was officially recognised as Poet Laureate of Jamaica - the first awarded by the Government of Jamaica - at a ceremony at Kings House on Wednesday. This Sunday we hear his reactions, his plans and his journey.
 
Also joining us is Dr Eulalia Kahwa, Lecturer in the University School of Nursing who talks about a new international research internship that aims to strengthen research skills and application in the region.
 
Join us same time same place for the details, the news and the events.

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RJR 94 FM (4 p.m.) and News Talk 93 FM (2 p.m.)
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Annual International Research Internship for Health Researchers

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Jun 2 2014 (Time To Be Announced) - Jun 27 2014 (Time To Be Announced)

The four-week research internship is a unique, intensive training opportunity for junior researchers to to launch their research career and network in the Caribbean and internationally.

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UWI School of Nursing
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On Campus radio show: Bee industry under attack. UWI steps in with major plan of action

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May 18 2014 - 2:00pm
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May 18 2014 - 4:00pm

UWI Mona Law Students will get professional on the job training starting this Summer under a new internship programme. Faculty of Law Lecturer, Mrs Natalie Courthesy drops by with details of the programme and next week's launch. Plus, what ails the bee industry? We explore the negative impact of pesticides on the bee industry and how a UWI Mona Public Forum aims to help, with Professor Emeritus in the Department of Chemistry, Professor Tara Dasgupta.  
Tune in same time, same place for the details.

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RJR 94 FM (4 p.m.) and News Talk 93 FM (2 p.m.)
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977 5941

Mammogram Screening

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May 27 2014 (Time To Be Announced)
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Jun 5 2014 (Time To Be Announced)

The Mobile Mammography Unit of the Jamaica Cancer Society will be conducting mammograms at the University Health Centre on May 27 and June 5. Cost is $700 with insurance card. To make an appointment, please contact the Customer Service Clerk at 927 2520/970 0017 or et 2270/2370. Spaces are limited so please book early

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University Health Centre
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927 2520/970 0017 or et 2270/2370

On Campus radio show: CARIMAC & IGDS showcase the work of their students

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Apr 27 2014 - 2:00pm
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Apr 27 2014 - 4:00pm

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The work of students takes centrestage:
CARIMAC Open Week 2014 starts Monday with live interactive displays and presentations showcasing the work of students. Hear Dr Livingston White, CARIMAC Lecturer outline the wealth of work going on display next week, including audits, social campaigns, radio productions and more.
Plus, A Working Paper on Youth Voices, Gender, Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean highlights the work of BSc students. Dr Leith Dunn, Campus Director, Institute for Gender and Development Studies joins us to speak more about this advocacy publication she edited.
 
We have the details plus news and calendar events this Sunday. Join us.

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RJR 94 FM (4 p.m.) and News Talk 93 FM (2 p.m.)
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UWI Mona Now - In your Sunday Gleaner April 27

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Apr 27 2014 (Time To Be Announced)

UWIMONA Now Feature to Appear in the Gleaner on April 27, 2014.
 
The latest issue of the UWIMONA Now newspaper will be distributed with the Sunday Gleaner, Sunday April 27, 2014. Be sure to get your copy.  Here is the headline preview for April:

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Sunday Gleaner, April 27, 2014
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On Campus radio show: An academic conference devoted to football - A first for the region

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Apr 13 2014 - 2:00pm
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Apr 13 2014 - 4:00pm

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UWI Mona gets ready to kick off the the region's First Academic Conference on International Football. Co Chair and UWI Mona Lecturer in Political Psychology, Dr Christopher Charles stops by to talk about the mission and outcomes of this first for Academic conferences in the region.
 
Also stopping by is Director of Security, Keith Gardner who talks security and safety, offering tips and advice and outlining some programmes in place.
 
Join us this Sunday as usual for details and breaking news on UWI's foray into medical marijuana research and  good news about Dr Simone Badal - one of five women chemists worldwide to be honoured a major award for Women Scientists in the Developing World.

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RJR 94 FM (4 p.m.) and News Talk 93 FM (2 p.m.)
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On Campus radio show: UWI heads to Mona Commons for special Seminar

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Apr 6 2014 - 2:00pm
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Apr 6 2014 - 4:00pm

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For the first time, the Annual Derek Gordon Research Seminar heads to the community of Mona Commons, with a mission to engage the community in the search for solutions to their community's development. Lecturer, Dr Peta Ann Baker shines light on the conditions of this much maligned innercity community, the dedicated work of Social Work students, the innovative approach to solutions in partnership with residents, and a day filled with activities designed to get things done right.
 
Join us for this exclusive interview, and a peek at the news and events of the Mona Campus - This Sunday. 

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RJR 94 FM (4 p.m.) and News Talk 93 FM (2 p.m.)
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Farmers Market - Easter term

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Apr 25 2014 - 6:00am - 6:00pm

Come out and get your Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Ground Provisions, Coconut Jelly, Red Peas and more.

 

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Open Lawn across from UWI School of Nursing/MITS
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On Campus radio show: Slavery highlights major Lectures this week

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Mar 30 2014 - 2:00pm
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Mar 30 2014 - 4:00pm

Next On Campus:
The Elsa Goveia Memorial Lecture is on this week memorializing the work of the late academic who was the first female Professor in the English Speaking Caribbean. The focus for the 30th Lecture? Post slavery laws. Dr Kathleen Monteith, Head of the Department of History and Archaeology shares the details. Plus, the Kennth Ingram Memorial Lecture is also on with a focus on navigating the archives of slavery. Ms Tania Manassi, Mona Campus Librarian joins us this week with the details.
We also have news on the big Launch of the Free Offer of Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus to all UWI Mona students and the CAPE History lectures for high school students.
 
Join us once again this Sunday

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RJR 94 FM (4 p.m.) and News Talk 93 FM (2 p.m.)
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