On Tuesday, February 5, 2019 the University of Guyana Turkeyen Campus was evacuated due to an anonymous call that was received at the Alberttown Police Station, Georgetown at 12:40 that a bomb was planted on the campus. The campus was evacuated as a precaution and a search of the premises was conducted by Officers of the Police Force and Fire Service.

All classes for the rest of the day were cancelled and staff were sent home.

According to Vice-Chancellor Ivelaw Lloyd G...

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Professor Brian Copeland and Professor Ivelaw Griffith display the Memorandum of Understanding between the University of the West Indies and the University of Guyana to administer a Master’s of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering. (Photo by Terrence Thompson)

The University of Guyana (UG) yesterday launched its BSc degree in food science at an all-day symposium at the Turkeyen Campus.

Acquiring a Degree in Food Science presents endless job opportunities, according to  Head of the Department of Chemistry of the Faculty of Natural Science, Samantha Joseph.

 

 “This degree is so multifaceted, you can have employment within the food industry, you can have employment in academia, you ca...

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University of Guyana’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ivelaw Griffith.

As Guyana’s economy continues to evolve, the University of Guyana (UG) is taking steps to keep abreast with the changes and is introducing programmes to equip persons for the job market. The latest course to be added to the institution’s curriculum is a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Food Science.

Acquiring a Degree in Food Science presents endless job opportunities. This declaration was m...

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The University of Guyana (UG) and the United Minibus Union-UG Turkeyen Branch (UMU-UGTB) recently signed a three-year agreement for the Union to provide a mini bus service for staffers and students who commute to and from Georgetown and the East Coast of Demerara. The agreement was signed by Registrar of the University Dr Nigel Gravesande and President of the United Minibus Union Mr Eon Andrews.

The agreement caters for the provision of the bus service by the 47 registered Route ...

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The University of Guyana (UG) and the United Minibus Union-UG Turkeyen Branch (UMU-UGTB) have inked a three-year agreement for the Union to provide mini bus service for staff and students from the Turkeyen campus to Georgetown and the East Coast of Demerara.

The agreement was signed by Registrar of the University Dr Nigel Gravesande and President of the United Minibus Union Mr Eon Andrews.

In a statement, UG said the agreement caters for the provision of the bus service...

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