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Schedule 2016

Date: THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18
Date Time Type Details Venue
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 12:00PM. – 12:30PM INTERACTIVE SESSION

Gaming at the Lounge

OGSR Graduate Lounge
Activity: Gaming at the Lounge
Overview: An interactive Gaming Session with the OGSR Team.  Karaoke, Dominos, Quizzes

Lawn adjacent to the Office of Graduate Studies and Research
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 12:00PM - 2:00PM SPEAKERS CORNER

Public Speaking students to deliver excerpt from already presented speeches. Audience to be invited to make impromptu speeches on select topics

Department of Language Linguistics and Philosophy
Title: Speakers’ Corner
Overview: Public Speaking students to deliver excerpt from already presented speeches.
Audience to be invited to make impromptu speeches on select topics Presenter: Caroline Dyche

Department of Language Linguistics and Philosophy Title: Speakers’ Corner Overview: Public Speaking students to deliver excerpt from already presented speeches. Audience to be invited to make impromptu speeches on select topics Presenter: Caroline Dyc
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 12:00PM - 1:00PM DEPARTMENT COURTYARD EXHIBIT

Interactive presentations

Department of Library and Information Studies
Title:
Interactive presentations 

Faculty Courtyard
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 12:30PM - 1:30PM INTERACTIVE SESSION

Graduate Student and Supervisor Relationships

OGSR Graduate Lounge
Activity: Graduate Student and Supervisor Relationships
Overview: An exploration of relationships between students and supervisors (best practices, challenges, solutions)
Speaker: Professor Denise Eldemire-Shearer/Professor Dale Webber

Lawn adjacent to the Office of Graduate Studies and Research
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1:00PM - 2:00PM DEPARTMENT COURTYARD EXHIBIT

Writing for Stage and Screen

Department of Literatures in English
Title: Writing for Stage and Screen
Overview: Staged readings of some of the best scripts from Amba Chevannes’
“Writing For the Stage & Screen” creative writing class.

Faculty Courtyard
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1:00PM - 2:00PM BOOK LAUNCH

Colour for Colour Skin for Skin:

Department of Government Department
Book Launch Book
Title: Colour for Colour Skin for Skin: Marching with the Ancestral Spirits into War Oh at Morant Bay.
Author: Dr. Clinton Hutton
Overview: This book examines the social, economic, spiritual and ideological bases of the Morant Bay Uprising.

The Assembly Hall
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1:00 PM - 6:30 PM SEMINAR

The SPSW Derek Gordon Research Seminar - "Re-thinking Caribbean Futures: Perspectives from the Social Sciences"

URD 2016 SIGNATURE EVENT
Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work
The SPSW Derek Gordon Research Seminar - "Re-thinking Caribbean Futures: Perspectives from the Social Sciences"
Overview:
This seminar will feature a keynote presentation, art exhibition, and 3 panels exploring issues in regional development, research challenges, and the work of social scientists with people and communities.
Guest Speaker: Dr Honor Ford-Smith, Assistant Professor, Community Arts Practice, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Toronto, Canada.
Guest Speaker's Presentation: Haunting Acts and Future Possibilities: Performing Caribbean Radical Imagination in the Present ”

UWI Regional Headquarters
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1:00PM - 2:00PM DEPARTMENT COURTYARD EXHIBIT

Writing for Stage and Screen

Department of Literatures in English
Title:
Writing for Stage and Screen
Overview: Staged readings of some of the best scripts from Amba Chevannes’  “Writing For the Stage & Screen” creative writing class.

Faculty Courtyard
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1:00PM - 2:00PM BOOK LAUNCH

Colour for Colour Skin for Skin: Marching with the Ancestral Spirits into War Oh at Morant Bay.

Department of Government
Department Book Launch Book
Title: Colour for Colour Skin for Skin: Marching with the Ancestral Spirits into War Oh at Morant Bay.
Author: Dr. Clinton Hutton
Overview: This book examines the social, economic, spiritual and ideological bases of the Morant Bay Uprising.

Department of Government Department Book Launch Book Title: Colour for Colour Skin for Skin: Marching with the Ancestral Spirits into War Oh at Morant Bay. Author: Dr. Clinton Hutton Overview: This book examines the social, economic, spiritual and ideolog
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1:00 PM - 6:30 PM SEMINAR

The SPSW Derek Gordon Research Seminar

URD 2016 SIGNATURE EVENT
Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work
The SPSW Derek Gordon Research Seminar - "Re-thinking
Caribbean Futures: Perspectives from the Social Sciences"
Overview: This seminar will feature a keynote presentation, art exhibition, and 3 panels exploring issues in regional development, research challenges, and the work of social scientists with people and communities.
Guest Speaker: Dr Honor Ford-Smith, Assistant Professor, Community Arts Practice, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, Toronto, Canada.
Guest Speaker's Presentation: Haunting Acts and Future Possibilities: Performing Caribbean Radical Imagination in the Present ”

UWI Regional Headquarters

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