Professor Eris D. Schoburgh has been elevated to the position of President of the Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) at the meeting of the Executive Council (EC) convened after the 2021 annual conference. She served previously as the organisation’s Vice-President.
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Listen up! UWI’s Assessment Regulations consider cheating to be one of the most egregious acts that a student can commit. Cheating is considered to be any attempt to benefit oneself or another by deceit or fraud. It threatens to devalue the status of one’s degree, and by extension, the status of the University. There can be no trust that a degree means what it is supposed to be, when a student has obtained it by fraudulent means.Read More