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Oct
29

University of The Bahamas publishes Volume 26 of International Journal of Bahamian Studies

29th October, 2020  Nassau, THE BAHAMAS — Scholarly analysis on the prevalence of Haitian stigmatization in The Bahamas, the relationship between religiosity and Bahamian gambling impulses, and the efficacy of corporal punishment in Bahamian schools, headline the 2020 edition of the University of The Bahamas’ (UB) premier scholarly publication. The 26th volume of UB’s International […]

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Oct
18

Conversation on Black (in) Comics and the Significance of Black Panther

Friday, 23rd October 2020   https://univbah.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYqcuuvqDgrEtHJxBo7r25CM-aabxSwoyky

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Oct
08

New Leaders and Senators Elected for Academic Senate

7th October 2020 New Leaders and Senators Elected for Academic Senate   Following elections which were held recently, the Academic Senateat University of The Bahamas (UB) has new leadership and Senators comprising faculty, staff, students and administrators. Associate Professor in Education Dr. Faith Butler was elected Chair, while Assistant Professor in Communication and Creative Arts Dr. […]

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Oct
06

University of The Bahamas Wins 2020 Ellucian Impact Award Award Hails Digital Transformation 

6th October, 2020      Nassau, THE BAHAMAS — University of The Bahamas’ (UB’s) digital revolution has earned the institution the Ellucian Impact Award, an international award which recognizes higher education institutions that best harness the power of technology to solve challenges, operate more efficiently and enhance the student experience. The award from Ellucian, a […]

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Sep
25

Panel Links Resiliency to Sustainable Development Targets

23rd September, 2020    Nassau, THE BAHAMAS — Learning from the lessons of the past, committing to a blueprint for development, and taking serious action now were among the key recommendations from a panel of experts that recently addressed the topic: Resiliency and the Sustainable Development Goals, a discussion facilitated by the Government and Public […]

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Sep
25

Adopt a Culture of Readiness in Tackling Climate Change

25thSeptember 2020     Nassau, THE BAHAMAS — A culture of preparedness is the key component in any viable climate action plan for The Bahamas, according to an environmental advocate, who argues that The Bahamas must increase its preparedness to play the long game and adopt a “prevention is better than cure” mentality to thwart […]

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Sep
23

Hydrologist Urges Meaningful Action to Preserve Natural Freshwater Resources

23rdSeptember 2020 Nassau, THE BAHAMAS — Water is humanity’s most important natural resource, covering approximately 72 percent of the planet Earth. Yet less than 10 percent of it is drinkable; the rest is salt water. For The Bahamas, where freshwater resources are finite and vulnerable and there is very little fresh surface water, phenomena like […]

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Sep
18

Legal Panel Addresses Roots of ‘Black Lives Matter’ and Need for Justice and Power Reform 

14th September, 2020  Nassau, THE BAHAMAS – A panel of legal experts has dissected the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement, delving into its historical roots and calling for reforms in the justice system and the way in which power is exercised. “‘Black Lives Matter’ is not the beginning of the conversation, but rather the midpoint in […]

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