Education

UB Commencement, Spring 2018

May 25, 2018

The University of The Bahamas (UB) held a commencement ceremony at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium on Thursday, May 24, for its 908 graduates of the Spring 2018 Class.

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Tarpum Bay Primary Shines In National Arts Festival

May 23, 2018

Tarpum Bay Primary School students performed for the E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival adjudicators at the school recently.

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BTC Invests In The Future

May 23, 2018

BTC was the title sponsor for the annual Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation awards. Sixth grader, Remington Alexander Minnis was named as the 2018 Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year and received top honours and a $7,000 scholarship from BTC.

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DPM urges technical students to hold onto their dreams

May 18, 2018

Hold onto your dreams, invest in yourself and take risks, were the encouraging words from Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, the Hon. K. Peter Turnquest during ‘Technical Education Awareness Week’ of Total Education Center on Thursday, May 17, 2018.

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Road Safety Exhibit Shifts Driving Culture
Road Safety Exhibit Shifts Driving Culture

May 15, 2018

When Frankie Campbell was a first grader at William Gordon Primary School he was hit by a car while crossing Wulff Road. Frightened, the six-year-old returned home...

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Freeport Gospel Chapel School Students pay courtesy call on Governor General

May 14, 2018

Students and Teachers of Freeport Gospel Chapel School paid a courtesy call on Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling, Governor General...

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Recognizing The Bahamas' Best and Brightest Young Minds
Recognizing The Bahamas' Best and Brightest Young Minds

May 10, 2018

The Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation will recognize 121 of “the best and brightest primary school students in the country” during its 22nd annual awards ceremony...

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UB Student-Athletes Celebrated at Inaugural Awards Banquet
UB Student-Athletes Celebrated at Inaugural Awards Banquet

May 10, 2018

League champions and national record holders are among the highly skilled student-athletes at University of The Bahamas (UB). UB celebrated these trailblazers recently during the inaugural Athletics Awards Banquet held at the British Colonial Hilton in downtown Nassau...

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UB Partners with Caribbean and U.S. Experts on Health Studies
UB Partners with Caribbean and U.S. Experts on Health Studies

May 10, 2018

Hampton University (HU) and University of The Bahamas (UB) are collaborating with experts in the fields of public health, population health, clinical health and research to address health disparities in the Caribbean...

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MOU Establishes Scholarship for Central Eleuthera Students
MOU Establishes Scholarship for Central Eleuthera Students

May 10, 2018

Central Eleuthera High School students seeking to become primary school teachers can now apply for the Karen E. Miller Crean Scholarship, named in honour of an acclaimed veteran educator and tenable at University of The Bahamas. This is the latest scholarship specifically for Family Island residents as donors continue to demonstrate their belief in the transformative power of tertiary education.

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Dog Day Afternoon at Claridge Primary
Dog Day Afternoon at Claridge Primary

May 09, 2018

A Grade 2 student at Claridge Primary shows eagerness to answer question about pet wellness during a visit to the Nassau school by a local representative of the Washington, D.C.-based Pet Food Institute and BAARK, Bahamas Alliance for Animals Rights and Kindness, a non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers...

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St. George Joins the Official Opening at the UB Hawksbill Hall Dorms GBPA donates 3 Million Towards its Build Out
St. George Joins the Official Opening at the UB Hawksbill Hall Dorms GBPA donates 3 Million Towards its Build Out

May 09, 2018

In 2015, the Grand Bahama Port Authority, under the direction of the late Sir Jack Hayward and Sarah St. George, committed a donation of three million dollars towards student dormitories to the then, College of The Bahamas...

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Rights Bahamas praises education minister
Rights Bahamas praises education minister

May 09, 2018

Rights Bahamas Vice President Joseph Darville yesterday praised Education Minister Jeffrey Lloyd for protecting the right of all children in The Bahamas, regardless of race and parentage, to an education. "Unfortunately, over the past few years in our country, this principle was turned on its [...]
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DPM says new dorms at UB North will help Government fulfill one of its promises
DPM says new dorms at UB North will help Government fulfill one of its promises

May 08, 2018

The Official Opening Ceremony and Plaque Unveiling for Hawksbill Hall at the University of The Bahamas’ Northern Campus will assist the government in fulfilling one of its promises...

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Skills Put to the Test as Junior Schools Compete in Math Contest

May 07, 2018

Members of the Consolidated Water Company (Bahamas) Ltd. (CWCO) team visited SC McPherson Junior High School to congratulate them on staging their seventh successful Annual Mathematics Competition...

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Anatol Rodgers Girls Win IBS Engineering Competition
Anatol Rodgers Girls Win IBS Engineering Competition

May 07, 2018

Integrated Building Services (IBS), the premier full-service engineering firm in The Bahamas, recently held the eleventh annual IBS Build-A-Bridge competition.

Teams participating in the IBS Build-A-Bridge Challenge use Popsicle sticks and Elmer’s glue to build the lightest bridge that can carry the most load.

Eighteen schools registered for the event and, for the first time in its history, both categories of the competition — efficiency load and aesthetics — were won by all-girls teams from Anatol Rodgers Senior High School and Central Andros High School respectively.

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BTC Title Sponsors The Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year
BTC Title Sponsors The Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year

May 04, 2018

One hundred twenty-one students from across every island of the country will be recognized for their efforts at the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year event...

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SCAN Unit Gives Protection Month Poem Competition Awards

May 04, 2018

Child protection is the business of all of us, said former SCAN (Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect) Coordinator and Retired Nursing Officer 1, Mrs. Althea Turner-Neilly at the 9th annual Child Protection Month Poem Competition Awards Ceremony on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at the Ministry of Health...

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UB Partners With Caribbean and U.S. Experts on Health Studies
UB Partners With Caribbean and U.S. Experts on Health Studies

May 01, 2018

Hampton University (HU) and University of The Bahamas (UB) are collaborating with experts in the fields of public health, population health, clinical health and research to address health disparities in the Caribbean and the United States through the new Hampton University Center for Caribbean Health Research (HU-CCHR)...

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