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St. George’s University Mourns Dr. Linnea Veinotte

The entire St. George’s University family mourns the loss of Dr. Linnea Veinotte, a Learning Strategist in the University’s Department of Educational Services (DES) who died tragically last week. Dr. Veinotte joined the DES as a Learning Strategist in January 2014 and very quickly become a valued member of the teamShe was incredibly gifted as […]

Graduate Studies Program Renamed to School of Graduate Studies

The Graduate Studies Program at St. George’s University has reverted back to its original name – the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) – in response to the growth of the program which now offers more than 30 distinct graduate programs. Although the vision, structure, and administration of the school will remain the same, explained Dr. […]

Physician Poets Society 12/15

The rhythms of life, the words that shed light on underlying truth—these are well-studied tools among physicians. And for some Orlando doctors, including SGU grads Joseph and Stan Sujka, rhythms and words join forces and find their voice in poetry. http://www.orlandomagazine.com

SGU Professor Creates Negotiators’ Guidelines Manual on Climate Change for Small Island Developing States Worldwide

Next month’s Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21) in Paris has been called “the last chance” to curb the rise in global temperature, and Dr. Hugh Sealy, a Professor in the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at St. George’s University, will be on the front lines […]

CEPH Re-Accredits St. George’s University’s Master of Public Health Program Through 2022

Once again, SGU’s Master of Public Health program received accreditation by The Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), the independent agency recognized by the US Department of Education to accredit public health schools and programs. This accreditation period is for an additional seven years, affirming the University’s leadership position in the region through the […]

Clinical Professionalism Selective Provides St. Georges University Students Unique Field Experience in Sweden

Over the past 40 years, not only has St. George’s University drawn students and faculty from 140 countries to the small island of Grenada, it has also provided students with the opportunity to explore course selectives all over the world, including Peru, the Czech Republic, India, Thailand, Kenya, and beyond. For almost a decade, the […]

SGU Collaborates with Stanford University and WINDREF on Research Examining Long-Term Impact of Chikungunya Virus

St. George’s University, in partnership with the Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation (WINDREF) and Drs. Clare Heath and Desiree LaBeaud of Stanford University, has embarked on a study to learn more about the long-term health consequences of the Chikungunya virus (CHIKV) following infection. Recently awarded the prestigious American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene […]