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9th Annual Keith B. Taylor Memorial / 17th Annual WINDREF Lecture – Wednesday, January 18, 2017

On January 18, 2017, St. George’s University will host its 9th Annual Keith B. Taylor Memorial / 17th Annual WINDREF Lecture. Dr. Kenneth R. Bridges, Vice President, Medical Affairs, Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc., will speak on the topic: “Rise of Sickle Cell disease and novel approaches to its treatment”, at Bourne Lecture Hall, True Blue Campus from 5:30 to 6:30pm. Read More »

12th Beyond Spice Family Weekend – January 26-29, 2017

St. George’s University Family Weekend gives an insider’s view of the island, its people and the university.  Our beautiful True Blue campus plays host to the families of our enrolled students. Family Weekenders get to see the campus, meet the administration and experience what the beautiful island of Grenada has to offer. 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 »

8th Annual Keith B. Taylor Memorial / 16th Annual WINDREF Lecture – Tuesday, November 8, 2016

On November 8, 2016, St. George’s University will host its 8th Annual Keith B. Taylor Memorial / 16th Annual WINDREF Lecture. Professor Ian McConnell, Emeritus Professor of Veterinary Science, University of Cambridge, will speak on the topic: “One Health: Lessons from the Past, and Future Opportunities”, Bourne Lecture Hall, True Blue Campus at 6pm with a reception to follow at ... 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 »

SVM Award Ceremony – Friday, April 15, 2016

The School of Veterinary Medicine will recognize excellence among its ranks at a special award ceremony on Friday, April 15, 2016. The ceremony will be held at Bourne Lecture Hall beginning at 7pm. Read More »

Fall 2015 White Coat Ceremonies – August 14, 28 and 31, 2015

Each term, a White Coat Ceremony is held for first term students in the Schools of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. This ceremony marks entry into the noble profession of medicine or veterinary medicine. In Grenada, the ceremony dates coincide with Beyond Spice Family Weekend. Families are able to take advantage of all that Family Weekend has to offer without missing ... Read More »

10th Beyond Spice Family Weekend – August 28-31, 2015

St. George’s University Family Weekend gives an insider’s view of the island, its people and the university.  Our beautiful True Blue campus plays host to the families of our enrolled students. Family Weekenders get to see the campus, meet the administration and experience what the beautiful island of Grenada has to offer. Read More »

CARPHA Health Research Conference – June 25 – 27

St. George’s University will host the Caribbean Public Health Agency 60th Diamond Jubilee conference! The program includes presentations on the conference theme ‘Injuries and Violence Prevention’ and other relevant research topics to the Caribbean region, such as communicable diseases. A record number of over 170 oral and poster presentations will be made. Read More »

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