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Focus on UG informs about news emanating from the University of Guyana (UG) and is usually updated on the last Wednesday of every month. The articles are submitted by the University’s Public Relations Division, to which comments may be directed. (Tel: 222-5402, Fax: 222-2490) Email: email@example.com
Project launched to enhance campus environment
Ms Pamela Bourne
Ms Pamela Bourne, wife of the Chancellor of the University, Dr Compton Bourne, recently launched the project 'Donate a Tree', which is intended to enhance the physical environment of the Turkeyen campus through
Deputy Vice-Chancellor attended Course of South American Diplomats
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Tota Mangar (third from right in the front row)
with participants of the 7th Course of South American Diplomats
Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Tota Mangar, participated as an expositor at the VII Course of South American Diplomats
UG puts the spotlight on quality assurance
Participants at the workshop
The University of Guyana (UG) held a one-week Quality Assurance Workshop from January 11-15 at the Turkeyen Campus. The theme for the workshop was A Mosaic Of People: A Mosaic Of Possibilities. This workshop was
Eighth Chancellor installed
On December 3, 2009, Dr Compton Bourne was installed as the eight Chancellor of the University of Guyana.
Dr Bourne, Guyanese, is a graduate of the University of London, the University of Birmingham and the University of the West Indies. He is
After 17 years as Administrative Officer...
Ms Pamela Alleyne
Former Administrative Officer, Faculty of Technology, Ms Pamela Alleyne, has been appointed Assistant Registrar, Admissions Division, from September 28, 2009.
Registry provides free internet access to students
Staff assisting students with online registration
Prospective students are receiving free internet access at the Centre for Information Technology
CCS hosted successful television workshops
Facilitators (from left, Dr. Vibert Cambridge and Professor Mary Rogus) and participants of the workshop at Turkeyen.
One step closer to a Quality Assurance unit.
The University has taken further steps to address the issue of quality assurance at the institution. Toward this end, Ms Jacqueline Moniquette of the Quality Assurance Unit of UWI Cave Hill Campus conducted a situation analysis from July 15 to 16 at the Turkeyen Campus. She held discussions with members of the academic staff and administration of the University.
Graduate nurse receives award.
From left: Dr. Hermi Hewitt, Head and Director of UWI School of Nursing, Ms. Abegail James, Ms.Patricia Bourne and Ms. Sonja Willis .
Graduates from the School of Medicine reciting the International Code of Medical Ethics.
The medical programme of the University of Guyana School of Medicine (UGSOM) was accredited to