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UVI Appoints Charlene Navarro as Director of Medical Simulation Center

Slated to open this summer, the UVI Medical Simulation Center will provide an immersive medical simulation experience to UVI students, as well as continuing education and certification courses for local and visiting healthcare professionals.

Special Education Seeks Parents, Guardians, Individuals with Disabilities for Advisory Panel

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires that each state establish an advisory panel for the purpose of advising the state special education staff regarding the education of eligible children with disabilities.
The Research and Technology Park on UVI's St. Croix campus(File photo)

UVI Bulletin Board for January

Here is what's happening on both campuses of the University of the Virgin Islands.

Legislature Renames UVI’s St. Thomas Campus ‘Orville E. Kean Campus’

The Legislature has renamed UVI's St. Thomas Campus the Dr. Orville E. Kean Campus to honor the former president for more than three decades of service and contributions to the university.

CMCArts Is Offering Free Virtual Art Classes

The Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts is now offering “Art at Home with CMCArts.”
University of the Virgin Islands (File photo)

UVI’s Department of Modern Languages Offers New Professional Spanish Certificate

This certificate has been specially designed for those who work in sectors such as the medical field, law enforcement, first responders, hospitality and other local businesses. 

Public Schools to Resume Virtual Learning Jan. 7; Feeding Initiative to Resume Jan. 20

Jan. 25 will mark the start of a hybrid model of instruction, with some students returning to school campuses while others continue to learn from home.

UVI Bulletin Board for January

Here is what's happening on both campuses of the University of the Virgin Islands.

Eco-Schools Disaster Risk Reduction Program Fosters Community Resilience

The program focuses on students learning about climate change, flood mitigation and mapping while designing a school resiliency action plan and specific campus resilience design, was created to encourage students to become active stakeholders and problem-solvers in addressing the resiliency and sustainability of their individual schools.

WTJX-TV to Launch ‘Let’s Learn’ Education Series for Children Ages 3-8

The 130 one-hour programs include instruction in literacy, math, science, social studies and the arts to supplement at-home learning.