Tag Archives: Cave Hill

  1. Student Program for Innovation in Science and Engineering (SPISE) Celebrating 10 Years of Excellence

    The Caribbean Science Foundation (CSF), a non-profit organization promoting science and technology in the Caribbean, is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its flagship program, the Student Program for Innovation in Science and Engineering (SPISE). Since its inception in 2012, the SPISE has served 169 students in the Region and will enroll 24 more students in […]

    July 10, 2021EducationNo comments
  2. UWI continues COVID response “UWI CARES” initiative

    The University of the West Indies is providing urgently needed humanitarian relief to suspected victims of human trafficking that combines dried & canned food, basic PPE (mask & and sanitizer), toiletries and infant food in order to support both adults and child victims of human trafficking and to support vulnerable people during the second national […]

    February 27, 2021EducationNo comments
  3. A New Auxiliary Nursing Programme Launched with Sagicor

    Barbados will soon have a cadre of trained nursing auxiliaries who will be able to meet the demand for public and private care of the older adult, with a novel focus on hospitality. Following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in June 2019, Sagicor and The Barbados Community College have announced the introduction of […]

    August 12, 2020Featured, HealthNo comments

    Any boss or company policy which says a method is carved in stone as this is how it’s always been done is aiming to get their lunch eaten by another competitor. Senator Holder cited how certain areas of local society make deals over sporting events, and most Bajans tend to frown on such camaraderie to […]

    March 16, 2020Education, FeaturedNo comments

    The President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago will deliver this year’s Distinguished Lecture to mark International Women’s Day (IWD). Paula-Mae Weekes, the first female Head of State of the twin island nation will explore issues of gender equality and the advancement of women’s rights when she takes the stage at the Walcott Warner […]

    March 2, 2020EducationNo comments
  6. George Lamming Distinguished Lecture: 28-11-2018, Errol Barrow Centre November 17, 2018Education, Photo GalleryNo comments
  7. Earl Warner Memorial Lecture 31/10/2018 7:30 pm October 15, 2018Culture, Photo GalleryNo comments
  8. U.S. Embassy Hosted American jazz fusion band Huntertones in Barbados

    The Bridgetown U.S. Embassy just hosted the Huntertones, an American jazz ensemble in a four-country tour. The program traveled to St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Barbados, and concluded in Antigua and Barbuda. Hundreds of Barbadians packed the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination to hear the New York-based band, led by founding member […]

    March 18, 2018MusicNo comments
  9. “Is It Truly An Allergy?” Free Public Lecture

    Allergies are common annoyances to many of us. From dust to pollen to food to pets, allergic reactions can range from mild to severe. But is it an allergy? Irritants, intolerances, sinuses or your mind just playing tricks on you, there is a lot to be considered and sifted through before you declare it’s an […]

    February 24, 2018Health, Photo GalleryNo comments
  10. The U.S. Embassy presents American jazz fusion band the Huntertones in concert

    The U.S. Embassy to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean, and the OECS is pleased to host the Huntertones, an American jazz ensemble in a four-country tour. They will perform a FREE public concert in Barbados on March 3. Huntertones, based in New York, has a high energy, horn-driven sound that fuses inspired improvisation and adventurous composition […]

    February 21, 2018Music, Photo GalleryNo comments

    As many residents of hurricane ravaged Dominica start to put their lives back together, a number of Dominican students studying at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies continue to experience difficulties. Five of them recently received a contribution from CIBC FirstCaribbean international Bank to assist them with the purchase of […]

    November 21, 2017Breaking News, Education, FeaturedNo comments
  12. Caribbean Science Foundation Coding Camp begins 6th January 2018

    The Caribbean Science Foundation is excited to inform you that it will launch the pilot of its Computer Coding Camps in Barbados, with the first meeting of the Camp scheduled for Saturday January 6, 2018.¬† The sponsors of the Camp are Scotiabank, and the U.S. Embassy in Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean, and the OECS. Total […]

    November 14, 2017EducationNo comments
  13. Portia Simpson-Miller (former PM of Jamaica) addresses Small Business Week

    Speaker: Portia Simpson-Miller (former PM of Jamaica) Date: Tuesday Sept. 27th Time: 7:00 pm Venue: Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination, UWI

    September 26, 2017Photo Gallery, PoliticalNo comments
  14. “Liviticus” by Kamau Brathwaite opens CARIFESTA Symposium book launch series

    Liviticus by Kamau Brathwaite will be launched at the Walcott Warner Theatre, UWI, Cave Hill, on Saturday, August 19, at 10 A.M., according to the CARIFESTA Symposium. The celebrated Barbadian poet is 87 and “Liviticus opens the CARIFESTA XIII Symposium book launch series,” said Lasana M. Sekou of House of Nehesi Publishers (HNP) — Brathwaite’s […]

    August 15, 2017Books, Breaking News, Photo GalleryNo comments

    Police made a major breakthrough in their investigations into the shooting death of 58 year old Colleen Beresdean Payne of Lodge Hill, St. Michael, about 9 pm on Monday the 17th of July 2017, while at the Royal Bank of Canada, Automatic Teller Machine (ATM), located at University Drive, Black Rock, St. Michael. Now, three […]

    July 23, 2017Breaking News, Crime, FeaturedNo comments
  16. Murder By RBC Cave Hill

    Police are still probing the murder of 58 year old Colleen Beresdean Payne of Lodge Hill, St. Michael, which occurred sometime around nine o’clock last nite, while at University Drive, Black Rock, St. Michael. Circumstances Police are appealing to anyone who can provide information who can assist with these investigations to contact the Black Rock […]

    July 18, 2017Breaking News, Crime, FeaturedNo comments
  17. Empowering Girls In Technology

    This coming¬†Thursday 27th April as we celebrate the International Telecommunications Union’s (ITU) ‘Girls in ICT Day‘, girls and young women across three Caribbean islands are being encouraged to be ‘bold for change’, which was the theme for International Women’s Day. This ‘Day’ is really a move to empower girls from innovation to impact and as […]

    April 24, 2017Breaking News, Education, FeaturedNo comments
  18. Coming Up at the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination? February 12, 2017Painting, Photo GalleryNo comments

    Failure is not an end it is the next step for greatness, and money placed in education guarantees a country’s prowess in the world market. Mr Miller says people may wonder why education is not having the results it used to have as decades before, he sees the time as ripe for the private sector […]

    January 4, 2017Breaking News, Education, FeaturedNo comments
  20. Happy Holidays from the Caribbean Leadership Project!

    Please note that CLP’s Regional Project Office will be closed until Monday 2nd January 2017. They re-open Tuesday 3rd January 2017. The CLP looks forward to connecting with you again in the New Year. Happy Holidays!

    December 26, 2016Education, Photo GalleryNo comments
  21. Smart mosquito repellent attracts top prize at startup bootcamp

    An idea for a smart mosquito repellent monitored through a software app has emerged the winning idea at the Caribbean Climate Innovation Center (CCIC) Greentech Startup Bootcamp in Barbados. SHU! won the first prize of US$1,000 after a team of Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic and Barbados Community College students pitched the idea to a panel […]

    November 8, 2016BusinessNo comments

    Agriculture is far being sweaty and digging in fields now, Barbadians can be missing out on hundreds of thousands of dollars in a perpetually successful industry. Mr DeCaires alerted his audience that agriculture is highly mechanized now and what was once a dirty job can lead to prosperous tenures involving tourism since many visitors journey […]

    October 26, 2016AgricultureNo comments
  23. University of the West Indies to forge alliance with SUNY for new Leadership Centre

    The University of the West Indies continues to strive for sustainability outside of the region, even in the light of Barbados charging tuition at the Cave Hill Campus creating a drastic reduction in enrollments, now the tertiary leader is aiming for the United States market… The SUNY UWI Center is a direct response to the […]

    September 20, 2016Breaking News, Education, FeaturedNo comments
  24. American Chamber of Commerce for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Launches Travel & Tourism Committee

    There is a call for Eastern Caribbean stakeholders to work closely to protect the tourism industry from direct threats including Zika virus, recession and terrorism. This according to Chairman and President of AmCham BEC, Attorney at Law Dustin Delany, at the launch of the Travel and Tourism Committee (TCC) which took place on Thursday March […]

    April 17, 2016BusinessNo comments
  25. Governor Timothy Antoine presents “The Economics of Leadership Public Lecture – Keys for 21st Century Leaders”

    The Cave Hill School of Business Inc.-The University of the West Indies (CHSB-UWI) is celebrating twenty-five years of providing thought leadership in the development of managers and organizations in the private and public sectors. CHSB has contributed to the growth of organizations and individuals in Barbados, the OECS and the wider Caribbean, through its suite […]

    April 3, 2016Education, Photo GalleryNo comments