The Entrepreneur Business Institute (EBI) Summer Program’s Closing Ceremony took place Friday, July 8, at the UVI Administration and Conference Center.
Virtually every organization has to manage projects, but the key is to manage a project efficiently, on schedule and on budget. To help local businesses and organizations successfully manage their projects, the UVICELL Center will be teaching a ‘Fundamentals of Project Management’ course -- a three-day, introductory course.
International Capital & Management Company (ICMC) in partnership with the University of the Virgin Islands School of Business facilitated another successful Entrepreneur Business Institute (EBI) Community Engagement Day, a day dedicated to service.
The V.I. Department of Education, St. Thomas-St. John District Summer Enrichment Program for grades 1 through 6 will begin on Tuesday, July 5.
The University of the Virgin Islands invites all new students to early orientation and registration for the fall semester 2016.
Classes may be out for the summer at Gifft Hill School, but Trayser Field at the school’s upper campus remains abuzz with activity thanks to a summer soccer camp that coaches say mixes fun with competitive rigor.
The Career & Technical Education Division (CTE) of the Virgin Islands Department of Education, St. Thomas-St. John District, certified 88 graduating seniors in 11 programs at its 3rd Annual Certification Ceremony held Saturday, June 11, at the Charlotte Amalie High School (CAHS) Auditorium.
University of the Virgin Islands alumni, political and corporate leaders, and others will get an opportunity to take advantage of career advancement opportunities offered by UVI. Namely, the University’s first Ph.D. and six master’s level programs in business and education. Representatives from UVI will visit five island nations between June 15 and 30.
La Roche College, in Pittsburgh, Penn., has announced that seven students from the Virgin Islands were named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2016 semester. In all,
The Dyslexia Foundation in partnership with the Virgin Islands Department of Education/Division of Special Education, Good Hope Country Day School and the V.I. University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (VIUCEDD) invite the public to a conference on Literacy and Dyslexia set for Saturday, June 18,