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Rooted in the Struggle for Dignity, Justice and Equality

3rd June 2020 STATEMENT   The vivid images of protestors in the United States and around the world demonstrating their pain, and outrage over the senseless and horrific loss of black lives are gripping and emotional. For more than a week, we have watched mothers, fathers, students, activists and communities, across various ethnic groups, protest […]

Heightened Anxiety During COVID-19 Calls for Deeper Focus on Mental Health

18th May 2020   Nassau, THE BAHAMAS — The COVID-19 pandemic has exacted a heavy toll on the mental fortitude of people across the globe, causing trauma, stress and anxiety which are just as harmful as the coronavirus itself. Add this latest disaster to the lingering effects of the recent Hurricane Dorian and the stresses […]

University of The Bahamas Announces Graduate Degrees Aimed At Enhancing Economic Resilience

New Providence, THE BAHAMAS –With the world entering an economic downturn, a contraction in employment in The Bahamas and severe pressure to innovate, the Bahamian labour force needs specialised knowledge and skills in the public and private sectors to drive business resilience and sustainability. These sectors will have to evolve and capitalise on niche areas […]

University of The Bahamas establishes emergency fund for students impacted by COVID-19

11th May 2020 PRESS RELEASE   Nassau, THE BAHAMAS – The COVID-19 pandemic has caused additional challenges for some of the approximately 5,000 students who attend University of The Bahamas (UB), many of whom are scholarship recipients. With adherence to the protocols of social distancing, students who resided in the University’s residential facilities were advised […]