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MARKETING AND EBUSINESS WORKSHOP
The Internationalisation of SMEs -- Marketing
and eBusiness Workshop is being hosted by the
Caribbean Centre for Competitiveness. It will cover
two important components of internationalisation
of businesses and use a combination of exercises
and searches for knowledge to transfer information.
e target participants will be SMEs who are already
exporting regionally (within the Caribbean) and/or
positioning themselves in the international market,
policy makers supporting internationalization of
SMEs and University professors and researchers
working in related areas. Registration: US$50
For more information, please contact: 224-3715;
firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit: www.uwi.edu/ccfc
At the beginning of each academic year, The
UWI hosts a Matriculation Ceremony for its
new students. It is an important annual academic
ritual, its signi cance being that it is the platform on
which new students are o cially initiated into and
recognised as members of the University's academic
community. This is a momentous occasion for
the University and its new students, as it is the
only time during the academic year, apart from
the Graduation Ceremony, that a full academic
procession takes place.
For more information, please contact:
Student A airs (Admissions) at 662-2002
ext.82154, 82157, or email@example.com.
e theme of the inaugural Human Communication
Studies International Conference 2013 is "Celebrating
the Caribbean in Communication, Culture and
Community." It is organised by the Department of
Literacy, Cultural and Communication Studies at St.
Augustine. Academic, graduate and undergraduate
researchers can submit full papers by August 22.
A er the conference, please consider submitting
your conference papers to an international panel for
peer review for a proposed publication, e Human
Communication Studies Journal in 2014.
For more information, please visit https://sta.uwi.
Under the auspices of the Institute for Gender
and Development Studies (IGDS), Regional
Coordinating Unit, Mona, the St. Augustine
Campus hosts the 20th Anniversary Conference
on Gender Transformations in the Caribbean. e
aim of the three-day regional conference is to map
the legacy of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary
discourses in the areas of Caribbean and diasporic
research on gender.
For more information contact: IGDS at 662 2002
ext. 83573/83577, or firstname.lastname@example.org
SRC OPEN HOUSE
60 years of Science
& Safety: The UWI
Centre invites the
public to a free Open House on the last ursday
of every month at the Centre on Gordon Street,
St. Augustine. Each-90 minute session includes a
tour of the Centre, demonstrations on earthquake
and volcano monitoring techniques, safety and
preparedness tips and information material. Time
slots: 2pm, 3pm and 4.30pm. 13 years and over.
Space is limited.
For reservations and details call 662-4659
or email email@example.com
CONFERENCE ON THE ECONOMY
COTE is an annual landmark event of the
Department of Economics at UWI, at which
ndings from quality research and other studies
are presented to inform stakeholders on economic
and social policy. is year's conference honours
previous Head of Department, Dr Ralph Henry,
and will examine the theme "Managing for
Development in the Caribbean: Addressing the
Challenges of Poverty and Inequality".
For more information, please visit
UWI RESEARCH EXPO
Research that has made a difference will be
showcased at the Research Expo, where interactive
displays will feature work in the arts and sciences
done by UWI sta and students. A Symposium on
'Research, Enterprise and Impact' will also be held
at the Learning Resource Centre. ere will be mini-
workshops, book readings, concerts, special tours,
lm screenings and a gi shop where UWI products
including UWI Press publications, chocolates and
plants will be on sale. On Saturday 5, members of
the public are welcome to enjoy e UWI Market
Place and Children's Fun Park.
For more information please contact:
Anna Walcott-Hardy at 662-2002 ext. 84451
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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