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It is with deep regret that Mona School of Business and Management announces the passing of alumna Ms. Karen Nugent.

Karen was a member of MBA Cohort 20.

MSBM & MSBM Alumni Association extend condolences to the family and friends of Ms. Nugent.

Rest in Peace Karen.

The following statement is issued by Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, Vice-Chancellor of The UWI, in tribute to the late Rt. Honourable Owen Arthur.

Arthur was authorised by the elders of his era to lead the economic development charge of the region. As a consequence, there was no other passion that competed with his commitment to the economic advancement of Caribbean people.

In 2014, I wrote to the Electoral Commission asking for a discussion on reform in four areas. These were:

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has named a 14-member high-level Commission on Education Transformation.

It will be responsible for conducting a comprehensive review and assessment of Jamaica’s education system including its structure and operations.

The commission will also recommend actions for change.

Just short of a year ago, The University of the West Indies (The UWI) Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles indicated the intention of the University, “to be located in the top 3% of ranked universities by the end of the current strategic planning cycle in 2023.” Referencing an energetic and proactive leadership team of campus principals, pro vice-chancellors, multi-layered administrato...

The University of the West Indies (The UWI) is now among a list of the world’s top 100 Universities in new rankings released by Times Higher Education (THE).

The Vincent HoSang Entrepreneurship Programme has launched its Free Webinar Summer Series. We believe that capacity development is especially important during this time and we are here to support our entrepreneurs of tomorrow.

Let's talk finances with David Mullings!

COVID-19 has made these past few months unlike anything any business owner could imagine. While there is no immediate solution to make the crisis disappear, there are actionable steps that businesses can take to make a difference in strategically positioning themselves for the rebound.

The talk of the time has switched from COVID-19 to elements of corruption and nepotism surrounding political “stars” as we approach an electoral period.

The Caribbean School of Data (CSOD), which has been providing disadvantaged youth with data and digital skills, has taken its initiative one step further by announcing a mentorship programme and online community.

The announcement was made on June 13 via an online launch event.

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