The course is ideal for those who want to become a mediator or professionals who want to become more proficient and confident in facilitating conflict in the workplace, home and the community.
Virgin Islanders can learn more about water quality, safe drinking water, water conservation strategies, wastewater and the impacts of drought on agriculture.
Fans of UVI’s annual “friend-raiser” will be treated to a virtual extravaganza.
The University of the Virgin Islands Board of Trustees will meet at 9 a.m., Saturday, March 6, via Zoom.
Through UVI’s Glass Crusher Project, the university is gearing up to accept glass waste from the community to improve recycling efforts in the V.I. Commencing March 27, the university will host a glass collection effort on the last Saturday of each month.
Here is what's happening on both campuses of the University of the Virgin Islands.
February is an opportunity to learn more about the outstanding contributions of Black people, not just in the United States or the U.S. Virgin Islands, but across the world.
In an ever-growing age of technology, senior citizens often rely on their children and grandchildren to help them understand and effectively use a computer.
All “In and Out of School” youth between the ages of 14 to 25 are invited to register for the approximate 600 available slots.
The 15-week online program will provide an overview of anti-money laundering, countering the financing of terrorism, and financial crimes prevention.