Category Archives: School of Arts and Sciences

SGU Events Management Class of 2016 Raises Funds for the Grenada National Patients Kidney Foundation

The students of the Events Management class of 2016 of St. George’s University presented a donation of EC$6,000 to the Grenada National Patients Kidney Foundation (GNPKF) on March 15, 2017. The funds were raised by hosting a successful themed party event at The Aquarium Restaurant in November. Offered by SGU’s Department of Business and Management Studies, the events management course ... 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 »

St. George’s University Invests in Grenada’s Future Through Increase in Partnership Awards

Through scholarship programs, St. George’s University not only invests in the future of individual students but also in the well being and development of the Grenadian community. This investment has recently increased, with more than US $880,000 over four years now earmarked for Grenadians enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences with the Grenadian Partnership Award. The scholarships mark ... Read More »

Caribbean BirdSleuth Workshop at St. George’s University

For 33 lucky educators, a two-day workshop held on St. George’s University True Blue Campus felt more like fun and games instead of actual work. SGU’s Education Conservation Outreach (ECO) recently held a BirdSleuth Workshop in collaboration with Grenada Fund for Conservation Inc. and YWF Kido Foundation for a group of teachers from school districts throughout Grenada. During the in-class ... Read More »

St. George’s University Graduates More Than 250 Students at Grenada Commencement

At the St. George’s University School of Arts Sciences and Graduate Studies Program commencement held at Patrick Adams Hall on May 16, the message to its more than 250 graduates was clear – the present, at all times, is the most important time in their lives because it is always a chance for them to define their role in the ... Read More »

Grenada Police Being Trained by the University in Social and Behavioral Policing

The daily life of the police is chock full of negotiation, conflict resolution, crowd management and, indeed, the management of the full range of emotions that come into play as people live and love and strive together within a community. It can be overwhelming, especially if one has not been trained in these skills. Recently the University’s School of Arts ... Read More »

Tomorrow’s Leaders Celebrate a Milestone of Success

The festivities marked the end of one chapter and the beginning of another for the more than 200 students in attendance at St. George’s University School of Arts and Sciences(SAS), and Graduate Studies Program(GSP), Commencement Ceremony on May 17 at Patrick F. Adams Hall. For the first time in over 30 years, the Doctor of Medicine degree was bestowed to ... Read More »

Drs. Shivayogi and Bharti Bhusnurmath Join the International Society for Oncopathology

Drs. Shivayogi and Bharti Bhusnurmath were invited to join the International Society for Oncopathology (ISOPath) following three presentations they delivered at an ISOPath Continuing Medical Education Conference, held in early January at Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences in India. Presentations were done on advances in cancer pathology in the 21st century, how to treat pathology in a clinical problem-solving context, ... Read More »

A Song for History; SGU CASA Holds Karaoke Fundraiser to Paint Historical Mural

In upcoming months, the Caribbean Students Association (CASA), a St. George’s University student group, in collaboration with the youth organization The Leo Club will encapsulate Grenadian historical events by creating a mural in the town of St. George’s. Raising funds through such events as last month’s karaoke competition, CASA President Sherelle Yeates hopes that the mural will build awareness of ... Read More »

Golden Opportunity for Budding Grenadian Writers

Given the opportunity to develop her own material while at St. George’s University, Writer-in-Residence Lisa Allen-Agostini hopes to do the same for local writers by hosting a series of workshops throughout March and April on the St. George’s University True Blue Campus and other locations throughout Grenada. The workshops are being offered to aspiring writers at no cost with the ... Read More »

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