July 20, 2018

University College of the Cayman Islands appoints first VP and Provost

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The Board of Governors of the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) made history last week when it announced the appointment of the institution’s first Vice President and Provost, Dr. Livingston Smith. Dr. Smith has been with UCCI for eighteen years as a professor of Political Science, History, Sociology, Ethics and Research Methodology. He […]

Cayman Islands University partners in social work programme launch and social sector expo

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More than 200 people attended the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) Social Work Programme launch and Social Sector Expo in the campus’s Sir Vassel Johnson Hall. The launch on Wednesday, 28 March 2018, formally announced the commencement of the Bachelor of Science in Social Work degree programme in September 2018. The UCCI will […]

UCCI Social Work & Sector Expo

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Cayman Islands: UCCI partners in Social Work Programme launch & Social Sector Expo GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – More than 200 people attended the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) Social Work Programme launch and Social Sector Expo in the campus’s Sir Vassel Johnson Hall. The launch on Wednesday, 28 March 2018, formally announced the […]

Consulting programme open to small Cayman Islands businesses

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Small businesses facing challenges are invited to participate in the Student Consulting Programme, a partnership between the Ministry of Commerce, the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) and Cayman National Bank. The 10 week programme matches participating small business owners with a team of students, enrolled in UCCI’s upper-level entrepreneurship and small business management […]

Cayman Islands University recognises employees and community partners for Outstanding Service and Commitment to Excellence

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A beloved professor who has given half a century to education and the betterment of several generations of young men and women was among the 50 who were honoured by the University College of the Cayman Islands during its first Awards Banquet recently. Professor Calvin Bromfield, who taught in Jamaica for 12 years prior to […]

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, […]

Cayman Islands Teen Summit Camp Spaces Left

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This year’s Teen Summit camp (10-14 July) has just a few spaces left. The week-long camp for 13 to 17-year-olds has a packed schedule of special events and interactive competitions to explore the islands’ past, present and future. The camp costs $50 and will be located at the University College of the Cayman Islands from […]

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 University to launch “The Caymanian Landscape”

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The University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) is proud to launch Volume 7 of the Journal of the University College of the Cayman Islands (JUCCI). A particularly special volume, it is titled “The Caymanian Landscape” and focuses on articles written especially about local realities and interests. For this volume, UCCI’s JUCCI proudly partnered with […]

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.