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Schedule 2016

Date: WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17
Date Time Type Details Venue
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 5:00PM - 8:00PM OPEN FACULTY LECTURE

Social Policy and Administration II

Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work
SPSW Visit a Lecture Series:

Title: Social Policy and Administration II
Lecture Topic: Definition and Importance of Social Protection for national development, economic growth and labour market efficiency; Types of Social Protection Systems
Presenter: Dr. Heather Ricketts

Lecture Theatre GLT1
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 5:00PM - 9:00PM OPEN FACULTY LECTURE

Programme Planning, Management and Evaluation

Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work
SPSW Visit a Lecture Series:

Title: Programme Planning, Management and Evaluation
Overview: The lecture focuses on how to develop a programme hypothesis (etiology and intervention strategies). 
Presenter: Dr. Sandra Chadwick-Parkes

Graduate Lounge, Sir Alister McIntyre Building
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 5:30PM - 7:00PM MAIN PUBLIC LECTURE

Medical Marijuana and its role in Clinical Healthcare and Research

URD 2016 SIGNATURE EVENT
Main Public Lecture
Lecture Presentation:
Medical Marijuana and its role in Clinical Healthcare and Research
Speakers: Mr. Josh Stanley Founder, CITIVA, Jack D'Angelo MD, Chief Medical Officer, CITIVA, Jeffrey Lombardo  PharmD., BCOP, Chief of Clinical Research, CITIVA

Lecture Theatre FMS Teaching and Research Complex
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 5:30PM - 7:00PM MAIN PUBLIC LECTURE

MAIN PUBLIC LECTURE

URD 2016 SIGNATURE EVENT
Main Public Lecture
Lecture Presentation:
Medical Marijuana and its role
in Clinical Healthcare and Research
Speakers: Mr. Josh Stanley Founder, CITIVA, Jack D'Angelo MD, Chief Medical Officer, CITIVA, Jeffrey Lombardo  PharmD., BCOP, Chief of Clinical Research, CITIVA

Lecture Theatre FMS Teaching and Research Complex
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 6:00PM – 9:00PM OPEN FACULTY LECTURE

Performance Management: Theories and Practice

Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work
SPSW Visit a Lecture Series:
Title: Performance Management: Theories and Practice
Overview: Performance Management is about the design and implementation of successful performance
management systems. Participants will be made aware of the processes involved in identifying, measuring
and developing the performance of individuals and teams and aligning their performance with the strategic goals of the organization.
Presenter: Dr. Grace Martin-Hall

OPEN FACULTY LECTURE
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 6:00PM – 9:00PM OPEN FACULTY LECTURE

Performance Management: Theories and Practice

Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work
SPSW Visit a Lecture Series:

Title: Performance Management: Theories and Practice
Overview: Performance Management is about the design and implementation of successful performance management systems. Participants will be made aware of the processes involved in identifying, measuring and developing the performance of individuals and teams and aligning their performance with the strategic goals of the organization.
Presenter: Dr. Grace Martin-Hall

Seminar Room, Hugh Shearer Trade Union Education Institute (opposite the UWI Health Centre)
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 11:30AM - 1:00PM EXHIBITION

The Principal's Tour for special invitees

Principal's Tour - The Main Exhibition
Overview: The Principal's Tour for special invitees will be led by Professor Archibald McDonald and senior UWI officials following the ceremonies.  

Exhibition Village, Graduation Lawn
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 11:30AM - 4:00PM HERITAGE AND CAMPUS TOURS

Scheduled tours throughout the day to Heritage

URD Campus and Heritage Tours
Overview:
Scheduled tours throughout the day to Heritage and other points of interest on the Mona Campus

Tours Depart from the Assembly Hall
Date: THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18
Date Time Type Details Venue
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 9:00AM – 9:45AM LIBRARY TOURS

Tour highlights key spaces, services and resources in the Main Library

Guided Tour of the Main Library
Overview: Tour highlights key spaces, services and resources in the Main Library
Meeting point: The Catalogue Hall, Main Library, UWI Mona

UWI Mona Main Library
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 AT INTERVALS 30MIN PRESENTATIONS INCLUDING 10MINS OF QUESTIONS TALK AND DEMO OF INTERACTIVE MODEL

Interactive Economic Model and Presentations

Department of Economics
Interactive Economic Model and Presentations
Overview: 'Why not pay the civil servants more? Why not lower interest rates rapidly and dramatically?
Why not pump more money into subsidies and tax incentives? This interactive model allows the audience
to see the impact of the changes in the macroeconomic variables that they have long been considering.
The user will use the keyboard to input the policy changes he/she desires, and an output screen will highlight
the results using easily understood graphs. Let us see how you will fare as the next Minister of Finance!'

Department of Economics Interactive Economic Model and Presentations Overview: 'Why not pay the civil servants more? Why not lower interest rates rapidly and dramatically? Why not pump more money into subsidies and tax incentives? This interactive mod

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