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Professor Eris D. Schoburgh is Appointed President of the Caribbean Studies Association

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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.

September 07, 2021

Virtual Faculty Office

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In light of the suspension of walk-in services, the Faculty Office will be implementing virtual office hours to allow students the opportunity to speak with an administrator on matters related to these
September 05, 2021

Suspension of Walk-In Services

The Social Sciences Faculty Office wishes to remind you, our valued students, staff and stakeholders, of the suspension of walk-in services until further notice. This action is consistent with the national effort to contain the spread of Covid-19. 

August 22, 2021

FSS Community Announces the Tiger as their Mascot

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The Faculty of Social Sciences is pleased to announce that the Tiger has been chosen as the Faculty Mascot. The nomination was approved by the FSS community through a survey of options.

August 10, 2021

Daddy Matters: Jamaican dads to benefit from pre-Father’s Day event

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Fathers Incorporated, in collaboration with The Faculty of Social Sciences at The University of the West Indies, Mona, has put together, through the direction of Dr Herbert Gayle, a pre-Father’s Day event titled ‘Daddy Matters’.

June 16, 2021

Pregnant kids alarm

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Hundreds of minors impregnated from rapes, carnal abuse since 2020 

June 06, 2021

Economists believe Jamaica's ambitious debt reduction targets should be postponed

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The Jamaican Economy Panel (JEP) has expressed doubts about the Government's goal to bring the debt-to-GDP ratio down to 60 per cent by Fiscal Year 2027/28.

May 28, 2021

Press Release on Visit to the United Nations COSP

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Director of UWI Centre for Disability Studies Calls for Special Considerations for Non-Governmental Organizations Catering to Persons with Disabilities in the Caribbean

June 28, 2019


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