Category Archives: School of Arts and Sciences

Eight Students from St. George’s University Join the Worldwide Nursing Fraternity

Wednesday, December 11, marked a significant day for eight students who received their nursing pins at St. George’s University Nursing and Allied Health Services Pinning Ceremony. Addressing the excited students and well-wishers at Caribbean House, Dr. Beverly Bonaparte, Dean of the School of Nursing, officially welcomed the students to the nursing fraternity. “This event is a very special one – ... Read More »

Trinidadian Named SGU’s First Writer-in-Residence

Selected from an esteemed group of applicants to be the University’s inaugural Writer-in-Residence, Lisa Allen-Agostini penned the young adult novel The Chalice Project, published in 2009, and co-edits the Trinidad Noir fiction anthology. In addition, she writes a weekly column for the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian, and founded the Allen Prize for Young Writers, a program that supports and rewards ... Read More »

University Student Group Lends its Voice to Child Abuse Awareness

Child abuse is a global issue – present in Grenada as everywhere else on earth. SGU’s students have become involved in elevating awareness of this pervasive societal problem in Grenada.  In observance of Child’s Month, a four-person panel of experts assembled by The Humanities and Social Sciences Student Association (ALPS), a St. George’s University student group, weighed in on the ... Read More »

ECO Helps Remove 391kg of Underwater Debris

Volunteers from Education Conservation Outreach (ECO), a St. George’s University School of Arts and Sciences student group, participated in a dive cleanup of Grand Anse beach as part of the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) campaign. The students assisted Eco Dive, the host of this cleanup, along with friends of environmental advocacy in collecting 391kg of debris, including glass and plastic bottles, vehicle ... 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 »

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 »

Grenada’s First Female Governor General Addresses SAS/GSP Graduating Class

A jubilant class of 178 St. George’s University School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) and Graduate Studies Program (GSP) graduates received their degrees from Dr. Charles R. Modica, Chancellor of St. George’s University, on May 18, 2013 at the 2013 commencement held on campus in Grenada. The 2013 SAS/GSP class had the distinct honor of being addressed by Her Excellency ... Read More »

St. George’s University Weighs in on International Trade of Endangered Species; Dr. Andrea Easter-Pilcher Represents Grenada in Bangkok

Five species of shark and several species of manta rays, turtles, and tortoises were among the species added to a watch list by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) where Dr. Andrea Easter-Pilcher, Chair of the Department of Biology, Ecology and Conservation at St. George’s University participated as part of a three ... Read More »

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