Mona School of Business and Management Launches 2021 Vincent HoSang UWI Venture Competition Creating Pathways To Successful Entrepreneurship

Mona School of Business and Management Launches 2021 Vincent HoSang UWI Venture Competition Creating Pathways To Successful Entrepreneurship

The launch of the 2021 Vincent HoSang University of the West Indies Venture Competition (UWIVC) took place on September 28, 2021 and brought together industry leaders, academic faculty and students with a focus on teaching students how to seize the opportunities amidst the chaos. As the pandemic has reshaped and given birth to new industries, the need for innovative entrepreneurs with agile skills has never been more critical.

Sandals Resorts International, The University of the West Indies and Florida International University partner to create the Gordon “Butch” Stewart International School of Hospitality and Tourism

Sandals Resorts International, The University of the West Indies and  Florida International University partner to create  the Gordon “Butch” Stewart International School of Hospitality and Tourism

In recognition of its 40th anniversary and to honour the legacy of its Founder, the late Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, OJ, CD, Hon. LLD, Sandals Resorts International (SRI) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with The University of the West Indies (The UWI) and Florida International University’s (FIU) Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management to create the Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart International School of Hospitality & Tourism.

UWI Mona Library celebrates Library Open Week 2021

UWI Mona Library celebrates Library Open Week 2021

Library Open Week 2018: The UWI 70th Anniversary - featured authors

The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus’ Library will launch the sixth staging of Library Open Week (October 25 - 28, 2021) under the theme, Removing Barriers: Strengthening Access.

Eight to receive honours at virtual Vice-Chancellor's Awards ceremony on November 25

Seven staff members and one department will be honoured at this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence. One of the highlights on the University’s calendar, the Awards recognise high achievement by academic, senior administrative and professional personnel throughout the regional university. The 2020/2021 Awards, which marks the 28th year, will be held virtually—similar to last year’s ceremony—due to regional COVID-19 restrictions and protocols, and will take the total number of awardees to 161.

The UWI Mona and Racers Track Club sign MOU to continue to support the development of Caribbean athletics

The UWI Mona and Racers Track Club sign MOU to continue to support the development of Caribbean athletics

L-R) President of the Racers Track Club Limited, Dr Glen Mills, Dr The Honourable Usain Bolt, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Principal of The UWI Mona Campus, Professor Dale Webber, Dean of the Faculty of Sport, Dr Akshai Mansingh – all pictured at the signing of the MOU between The UWI, Mona Campus and the Racers Track Club Limited on October 11, 2021. 

UWI'S First Global Climate-Smart Institute

UWI'S First Global Climate-Smart Institute

The Caribbean now has its own Global Institute for Climate-Smart and Resilient Development resourced by leading experts from The University of the West Indies (The UWI) and backed by high profile regional and international partner institutions—the likes of the United Nations Development Programme, Open Society Foundations and Barbados-born, Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation.

FST Student Experience Project | TECH for Science: Laptop Drive

Governor General of Barbados, Dame Sandra Mason salutes The UWI upon receiving honorary degree

Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles presents the scroll to Her Excellency Dame Sandra Mason.

Governor General of Barbados Dame Sandra Mason saluted University of the West Indies’ early administrators for their bold vision and lauded the institution for its high-ranking status on the world stage when she accepted an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from her alma mater on October 2.

UWI Leadership retreats to plan 'Revenue Revolution'

Two weeks ago, from September 29 to 30, the leadership team of The University of the West Indies (The UWI) successfully completed part one of its business planning retreat. This weekend, it enters part two of the strategy to monetize its global reputation into sustainable revenue. An annual net revenue generation target of US$50 million was set by the University, to be divided among its five campuses and the Vice-Chancellery. The objective of the entrepreneurial engagement is to confront and remove its institutional operational deficit.

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