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Date: MONDAY February 9
Date Time Type Details Venue
MONDAY February 9 1:00PM - 230PM GROUP BOOK LAUNCH

GROUP BOOK LAUNCH

The Department of Goverment's Book Launch Event Five Outstanding Publications One Event Book #1 "Identity, Culture and the Politics of Community Development" Edited by: Stacey-Ann Wilson Book #2 "Fear of Cybercrime and its Implications for Electronic Banking: Lessons for the Global e-Banking Sector" Author: Dr Lloyd Waller Book #3 "Teaching to Difference? The Challenges and Opportunities of Diversity in the Classroom?" Editor: Stacey-Ann Wilson Book #4 "Gangs in the Caribbean: Responses of State and Society" Edited by Anthony Harriott & Charles Katz Book #5 "Perspectives on Caribbean Football Author: Christopher A.D. Charles Guest Speaker: Dr. Marcia Forbes, Media Consultant

The Undercroft, Senate Building
Date: TUESDAY February 10
Date Time Type Details Venue
TUESDAY February 10 1:00PM-1:45PM REASONING

Housing, Redevelopment & Vision 2030 Overview

URD SIGNATURE EVENT Mona Social Services'Reasoning Session 2:
Title: Housing, Redevelopment & Vision 2030 Overview:
Panellist will listen to findings from research done on housing
and share thoughts about the implications for work that is
presently being done to improve housing in Jamaica.
Moderator: Ms. Nicola Satchell, Lecturer Department of Government,
Faculty of Social Sciences, UWI Mona

MSS Conference Room
TUESDAY February 10 10.00AM -12.00PM SEMINAR

: The Use of Telemedicine

Seminar Title: The Use of Telemedicine
Overview:
A brief presentation on the use of telemedicine in the day
to day operations of the Unit

Hugh Wynter Fertility Management Unit, UHWI
TUESDAY February 10 10:00 AM - 12NOON FACULTY OPEN HOUSE

FACULTY OPEN HOUSE

The Department of Basic Medical Sciences' Physiology Section Open House Overview: Open House with hands-on cardiovascular (ECG recording) and respiratory (vitalograph and Peak flow meter recordings) demonstrations.

Level 4, Physiology-FMS TRC
TUESDAY February 10 10:00 AM- 12:00PM LECTURE

Criminal Law Overview:

Lecture Title: Criminal Law Overview: A lecture in the area of Criminal Law usually delivered to year 1 students that participants to Research Days are invited to join. Presenter: Ms. Janielle Matthews (Lecturer in the Faculty of Law)

Law Lecture Theatre Two (LLT II)
TUESDAY February 10 10:00AM - 2:00PM FACULTY DEMO

FACULTY DEMO

The Department of Dentistry's Simulation demonstration.

Department of Dentistry - 1st Floor, FMS Teaching & Research Complex
TUESDAY February 10 10:00AM – 4:00PM OPEN HOUSE

The Centre for Tourism and Policy Research Open House Open House

The Centre for Tourism and Policy Research Open House Open House activities will include the Screening of films and walk-throughs of the facilities.

UWICFP Office
TUESDAY February 10 10:00 AM- 12:00PM LECTURE

Women in Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century

RD SIGNATURE EVENT Title: Women in Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century Overview:
The lecture will focus on how women business leaders or entrepreneurs can be successful
in the 21st century. Speaker: Mrs. Audrey Hinchcliffe

Multi-function room
TUESDAY February 10 10:00AM-11:00AM PANEL DISCUSSION

Freedom in the Democratic State

Discussion Topic: "Freedom in the Democratic State: The Jamaican Experience"
Overview: This panel discussion discusses freedom as one of the important conditions
and ingredients of democracy and poses the questions such as what is freedom, what are
the conditions and limits of freedom, what is democracy and Is democracy a univocal or a
multivocal concept. Facilitator: Mr. Ian Boyne, CD

N3 Faculty of Humanites and Education
TUESDAY February 10 10:00AM - 4:00PM FACULTY DEMO

FACULTY DEMO

The Department of Chemistry Interaxctive Demonstrations Scheduled
demonstrations to excite and inspire sixth form students. Features include
Let’s Drink to That! (water to wine to beer to milk) / Alchemy: Turning
copper into ‘gold’ / Magic Writing / pH Rainbow Money to Burn

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