Entries by Erin Shaw

Chancellor Charles Modica Awarded Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of the Nation

St. George’s University Chancellor Charles R. Modica was awarded The Most Distinguished Order of the Nation – Commander 2015 by the Government of Grenada at the 42nd Anniversary of Independence Celebrations at the National Stadium on February 7. Conferred on Dr. Modica by Governor General Dame Cecile La Grenade, The Most Distinguished Order of the […]

Scholars Celebrate at Mahidol

A dual degree affiliation agreement between one of Thailand’s leading universities, Mahidol University, and St George’s University in the Caribbean island of Grenada, has been marked by the award of scholarships, by St George’s University, to two Mahidol students. The main scholarship has been given to Chandra Bahadu from Myanmar, who studied for his first […]

Dr. Daniel Flynn Appointed New Director of Faculty Development

Continuing its mission of developing the teaching and learning skills of its faculty, St. George’s University recently appointed Dr. Daniel Flynn as its new Director of Faculty Development. Dr. Flynn comes to SGU from Chapman University, Orange, California, where he served as the Assistant Director of Chapman’s Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and brings […]

An Amazing Profession Spring 2016 DVM Class Begins Its Journey

The newest class of veterinary students at St. George’s University donned the emblematic White Coat and recited the Oath of Professional Commitment, signifying their entry into the profession of veterinary medicine on January 30. “It’s an amazing and well-respected profession,” declared Dr. Jessica Harmon, DVM SGU ’13.  Dr. Harmon, this term’s emcee, welcomed and congratulated the […]

CARPHA/NIH Grant Enables Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Research Across Region

St. George’s University Public Health Professors to Lead Research on Four Caribbean Islands A $50,000 grant through the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will allow two St. George’s University professors to research breast and cervical cancer screening and why, in some cases, women in the region are choosing not to have them […]

Newest Class of Students Takes Oath at St. George’s University School of Medicine White Coat Ceremony

Each step in an individual’s journey as a physician is taken while wearing a white laboratory coat, the symbol for scientific medicine. At the Spring 2016 School of Medicine White Coat Ceremony, held on January 29 at St. George’s University’s Patrick F. Adams Hall, its keynote speaker, Dr. Arthur Derse, used five narratives to illustrate the […]

NYC Health + Hospitals, St. George’s University Award Nearly $2 Million in “Citydoctors” Scholarships to NYC Students Committed to Practicing Primary Care in Public Health System

NYC Health + Hospitals President Dr. Ram Raju today announced 17 students who under the CityDoctors scholarship program will receive scholarships worth $1.8 million to attend St. George’s University School of Medicine. In return, the students have committed to give back to their communities by practicing primary care medicine in NYC’s public health system after completing their medical […]

St. George’s University to Award $50,000 to Saint Barnabas Medical Center for its Simulation Center

St. George’s University is awarding a grant of $50,000 to Saint Barnabas Medical Center, in Livingston, NJ, to enhance the Center’s Regional Perinatal Simulation Center. Opened in 2011, the Regional Perinatal Simulation Center is a learning laboratory designed to replicate various clinical scenarios.  It provides training and practice for    healthcare providers on how to react […]