October 23, 2017

Get ready for Cayman Islands’ STEM Carib 2017!

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The STEM Carib 2017 Conference, Cayman’s landmark Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Conference hosted by the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) in partnership with Harrisburg University of Science and Technology (HU) is slated for October 10-13, 2017. STEM Carib was established in 2012 to spark the youth’s interest in all things science, technology, […]

University College of the Cayman Islands Partners with Cayman Enterprise City for STEM Summer Camp

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George Town, Grand Cayman – In recognition of the key role youth plays towards charting society’s course into the future, the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) is partnering with Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) to host a STEM Summer camp from the 21st – 23rd of August. The camp for students between the ages […]

Cayman Islands: Newly qualified teachers celebrated

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UCCI Celebrates Newly Qualified Teachers and their Mentors The University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) Department of Teacher Education acknowledged the achievements of its newly qualified teachers and their mentors who guided them throughout their journey. The theme of the celebration was “Together We Make a Difference.” According to UCCI President J.A. Roy Bodden, […]

Cayman Islands University to host Distinguished Lecture

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UCCI to Host Distinguished Lecture: The Case for God – An Examination of the Arguments for the Existence of a Deity The University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) is hosting a lecture by a visiting UK university professor that will make a case for the existence of God. The free lecture, slated for Thursday, […]

Cayman Islands: CITCO sponsors student tickets for TEDxUCCI

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Financial services provider CITCO wishes to inform local students that there are 10 sponsored tickets available to the upcoming TedxUCCI event being held at the University College of the Cayman Islands on June 2nd. “CITCO is proud to support UCCI’s 2017 TEDx event. Our Community Service Committee mandate aims to support projects that benefit local […]

Cayman Islands: Proud of Them Bios Part 3

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Brittany Mobley – Sports – 23 – George Town Brittany Mobley has the distinction of being a member of two national sports teams, and has represented the Cayman Islands, in ten different countries, in both football and netball. Her ability to excel at both sports, and be a key player in both areas, shows her […]

Cayman Islands University’s business programmes achieve IACBE accreditation

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It took four years and thousands of hours of evaluation, development, and refinement, but the hard work bore fruit this week when the University College of the Cayman Islands UCCI) received the formal communication confirming that the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) has granted UCCI first-time accreditation of the business and management programmes […]

Cayman Islands: Hassan Syed found guilty on all 12 counts of stealing from UCCI

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Former President of the University College of the Cayman Islands, Hassan Syed, has been found Guilty on all counts of stealing $500K from the University. The trial lasted just over five weeks and the jury reached a unanimous verdict. Sentencing is expected in April.  

President of University College of The Cayman Islands praises Center for Leadership

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President of University College of The Cayman Islands praises Center for Leadership’s involvement in global leadership program. For a second year, the Center for Leadership at Florida International University (FIU) and the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) are partnering to deliver the FIU/UCCI Executive Certificate in Global Leadership program at UCCI’s campus in […]

Statement from President of Cayman Islands University College re video circulating in local media

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE CAYMAN ISLANDS FROM THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT J.A. Roy Bodden, JP It has come to my attention that there is a video in which an incident is alleged to have occurred at a University College bathroom. Whilst it is my information that it cannot be conclusively proven that the incident […]