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One Health One Medicine Health Fair – Saturday, March 25

St. George’s University’s chapter of the American Medical Students Association hosts several health fairs a year. Each health fair provides health tests to the public including diabetic, blood pressure, vision and hearing tests and breast exams. Student volunteers supervised by faculty members / physicians conduct these tests free of costs to attendees. The event allows students to practice their skills ... Read More »

Grenada Commencement Ceremony – Saturday, May 13, 2017

Students from the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Medicine and the School of Graduate Studies will cross the stage to receive their hard-earned degrees. Congratulations to the Class of 2017! Read More »

ICSA Cultural Show – Friday, November 4, 2016

This biannual explosion of culture, which celebrates diversity at SGU, will be held on Friday, November 4, 2016. Join the Indian Cultural Students Association at Charter Hall. Doors open at 6:15 pm. This year’s show is themed “Hum Saath Saath Hain” which translates into “WE STAND UNITED.” Proceeds go to the Grenada National Patients Kidney Foundation and Bel Air Children’s ... Read More »

SGU Alumnus Raises the Standard for Radiology in Grenada

As part of the St. George’s University 12 Degrees North program, Dr. Randy Becker, MD SGU ’00, has returned to his alma mater each of the past seven years to offer free clinics and radiology training at the General Hospital. This fall, Dr. Becker has taken his commitment one step further with the introduction of the Picture Archiving and Communication ... Read More »

St. George’s University Conducts Life Saving Training Program

Physicians, nurses, ambulance workers, and other medical professionals could all make the difference between a patient’s life or death in an emergency. To improve their critical care skills, as well as the likelihood of a positive outcome, St. George’s University’s Department of Basic Sciences hosted a four-day life support training program on the True Blue campus. Medical personnel received training ... Read More »

St. George’s University Alumnus Awarded Full-Tuition Commonwealth Scholarship

Kishon Francis, a 2015 graduate of St. George’s University’s School of Arts and Sciences, has received a full-tuition Commonwealth scholarship to pursue a Master of Science in computer communication networks at Brunel University in London. The scholarship covers all expenses associated with the one-year program, including Mr. Francis’ tuition, accommodation, meals, and general living expenses. Mr. Francis obtained a Bachelor ... Read More »

Order of the British Empire Recognizes St. George’s University Clinical Skills Professor

At Buckingham Palace this spring, Dr. Chamarthy Subbarao, Professor of Clinical Skills at St. George’s University, was appointed an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) for his outstanding service to health care in Grenada. The OBE award, which is given on the recommendation of the Governor General of Grenada, was presented by Prince Charles on ... Read More »

Biostatistician Dr. Paul J. Fields Joins St. George’s University

Dr. Paul J. Fields has joined the full-time faculty at St. George’s University as a Professor of Biostatistics in the Office of Research this September, bringing with him more than 40 years of experience in management, teaching, training, and consulting in industry, technology, health care, and higher education. Dr. Fields will assist administrators, faculty, and graduate students with research design ... Read More »

SVM CE on Soft Tissue Surgery for Small Animal Practice – September 17-18

This September, the School of Veterinary Medicine will host a CE on “Soft Tissue for Small Animal Practice”. The objective of the CE is to review urinary tract surgeries; illustrate conditions that affect the respiratory tract and review options for diagnosis and surgical treatment; describe the basic tenets of wound management; review the various types of wound closure techniques; and ... Read More »

SAS Public Lecture on Constitution Review – Monday, October 17

The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Arts and Sciences, St. George’s University will host an open lecture on Monday, October 17 from 6:30 to 8pm at Bourne Lecture Hall on the theme: “Equality Rights and Justice: How do these values shape society? The case of the Grenada Constitution.” This event is a panel discussion. The panel comprises: ... Read More »

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