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St. George’s University and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Establish a Caribbean Regional Collaboration Center

St. George’s University and the Windward Islands Research & Education Foundation (WINDREF) have been selected by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to establish a Regional Collaborating Center (RCC) for the Caribbean. The partnership, between the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (DPHPM) at St. George’s University, WINDREF and UNFCCC, will be based on the University’s ... Read More »

St. George’s University and Monmouth University Join to Offer Pre-Medical and Veterinary Students Combined BS/MD or BS/DVM Degrees

A new agreement between Monmouth University and St. George’s University will provide more doctors and veterinarians in the state of New Jersey, according to school officials. “St. George’s University joined forces with Monmouth University so that we can both positively address the physician and veterinarian shortage and help the state of New Jersey educate and train well-qualified professionals truly prepared ... Read More »

SGU Hosts Regional Conference on Bird Conservation and Climate Change

St. George’s University welcomed leading authorities in regional bird conservation from across the Americas, Europe and the Caribbean to the 19th regional meeting of the Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds (SCSCB), the largest organization devoted to wildlife conservation in the Caribbean. This conference is being held at the University’s True Blue Campus from July 27 – ... Read More »

Dr. Raymond Sis Recognized For Exemplary Career in Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Raymond F. Sis, Dean of the School of Veterinary Medicine at St. George’s University, will be presented with the 2013 Alumni Recognition Award from Kansas State University at the annual convention of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) on July 22 in Chicago, Illinois. This award recognizes the effort and devotion of veterinarians in advancing the profession through exemplary ... Read More »

St. George’s University MPH Students and Alumni Achieve Impressive Pass Rate on Spring NBPHE Exam at SGU

St. George’s University students and alumni of the Master of Public Health program achieved a 90 percent pass rate on the spring National Board of Public Health Examiners  (NBPHE) exam, allowing them to become a Certified in Public Health (CPH) professional. Including four previous alumni who had sat and passed the NBPHE exam, SGU students and alumni demonstrated an impressive ... Read More »

Twelve SOM Graduates Awarded Distinction in Research

Twelve St. George’s University School of Medicine students were recognized for making a significant contribution to research during their MD studies at this year’s 2013 SOM commencement ceremony. The students, who have all published their research in at least two peer-reviewed journals, were given the designation of “Distinction in Research” and wore  a blue and gold, double strand honor cord ... Read More »

St. George’s University’s Small Animal Clinic Adding to the Love

In addition to offering vaccination services, deworming, and checking animal ears for parasites, the St. George’s University’s Small Animal Clinic is also dispensing a surprise benefit—a deeper emotional bonding between pets and their  Grenadian owners. “We are helping pets live longer,” said Dr. Wayne Sylvester, veterinary clinician at SAC and assistant professor in the School of Veterinary Medicine.  “The illnesses ... Read More »

Donella Hosten Receives George B. Daniel Award

After tireless hours of community service and extracurricular activities, Arts and Science student within the department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Donella Hosten epitomized ‘the spirit’ of St. George’s University, and as such was awarded the George B. Daniel Award on November 30th. The award is named after a former student who contributed significantly to student development at St. George’s ... Read More »

SVM Student Appointed Global Public Health Officer-Elect to SAVMA National Board

Fourth-term St. George’s University veterinary student Ashley Bredenberg has been appointed Global Public Health Officer-Elect for the national Student AVMA (SAVMA) executive board. She is a senior delegate of St. George’s University student chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association (SCAVMA) and the first veterinary student from the School of Veterinary Medicine to be named to the national SAVMA executive ... Read More »

Saving Our Ecosystem One Step at a Time; SGU Students Talk Recycling in Grenada

A recycling symposium aimed at generating environmental awareness, and furthering the efforts of the Grenada Solid Waste Management Authority was held on March 18, at St. George’s University by Education Conservation, Outreach (ECO) – a student-led environmental organization. In attendance were faculty, staff and students from St. George’s University, and T.A Marryshow Community College. The symposium focused on recycling and ... Read More »

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