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University of Munich Recognizes SGU Professor for Lung Function Research

One of the most prestigious universities in Europe, the Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich (LMU) annually offers the Prize of the Munich University Society for outstanding scientific work by students. Among the winners of the six coveted spots for exceptional doctoral works was St. George’s University professor Dr. Maia Smith, whose research titled, “Associations Between Physical […]

Veterinary Student Acknowledged for Excellence in Small Animal Neurology

The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine’s Rodney Award is given annually to one outstanding clinical student in small animal neurology. This year, the distinction went to St. George’s University fourth-year veterinary student Amelia Roos, whom the faculty recognized for her competency and passion exhibited during her clinical rotation in Knoxville. “This particular award […]

Hemoglobinometer Donation Promises Patients Need No Longer Dread Finger Pricks

“No more tears” was the promise made to the patients of the Pediatric Ward at the Grenada General Hospital. Through US-based technology manufacturer Masimo Corporation, the St. George’s University Advisory Board for Sickle Cell Association of Grenada (SCAG) recently secured the donation of a hemoglobinometer – the first and only FDA-cleared technology that noninvasively and […]

12th Annual SGU Knowledge Bowl Champions Achieve Record Breaking Scores

Affectionately called the battle between the “Brothers and Sisters of Tanteen”, an exciting showdown between the gentlemen of Grenada Boys Secondary School (GBSS) and the ladies of Anglican High School (AHS) concluded the 12th season of the St. George’s University Knowledge Bowl. Squaring off for the second time in the history of the competition, the […]

SGU Events Management Class of 2016 Raises Funds for the Grenada National Patients Kidney Foundation

The students of the Events Management class of 2016 of St. George’s University presented a donation of EC$6,000 to the Grenada National Patients Kidney Foundation (GNPKF) on March 15, 2017. The funds were raised by hosting a successful themed party event at The Aquarium Restaurant in November. Offered by SGU’s Department of Business and Management […]

School of Arts and Sciences Welcomes New Class of Nursing Students at Spring 2017 Nursing Induction Ceremony

Aspiring nurses were recently inducted into St. George’s University School of Arts and Sciences Nursing Program, and marking their entry into the profession were presented with lamps as a symbol of the care and devotion administered by nurses around the world. “You are about to enter a profession that is held in high regard across […]

SAS International Business Student Wins Best Elevator Pitch at X-Culture Symposium

For St. George’s University’s Renée La Touche, participating in the 2016 X-Culture Symposium last month could not have gone any better. The Grenadian-born, third-year International Business student in the School of Arts and Sciences not only won a spot in the competitive selection process from a pool of over 4,000 candidates but also won the […]