EducationLocalNewsTertiary Over 275 students to graducate at DSC’S 2011 commencement ceremony by: – October 14, 2011 Share Sharing is caring! 39 Views no discussions Tweet On Tuesday, 18th October, 2011, at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium, the Dominica State College will hold its ninth commencement ceremony, honouring over 275 students who have met the requirements to be awarded a DSC associate’s degree or certificate. The theme for the ceremony is “No Limits …Just Phases” to remind the graduates that this, while a great achievement in their lives, is only one phase of their continuous movement towards their full potential of which there is no limit. The Class of 2011 includes184 from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences;21 from the Faculty of Applied Arts and Technology;50 from the Faculty of Education; and21 from the Faculty of Health Sciences.Thirty-six awards will be given to deserving graduates in the following categories:•Special Awards (28);•Extra Special Awards (3);•Faculty Awards (4);•Sports Personality of the Year (1); and•Club of the Year.The feature award will be the Valedictorian who is chosen on the bases of having the highest GPA and having contributed significantly to collegiate life and community outreach.President of DSC, Dr. Donald C. Peters, shares his hope that the students graduating on Tuesday, will, “use the Education we have given you to enter the workforce with the skills to help transform our country from one of “talking” to one of “doing,” or alternatively you will seek to further your Education and use your advance learning to help develop your country.”In an effort to encourage human resource development in particular disciplines, donors will make a number of special awards at the ceremony.The keynote speaker at this year’s Commencement Ceremony will be a Dominican from the community of St. Joseph, Professor Laura Serrant-Green PhD who is currently Director of Research and Enterprise in the Centre for Health and Social Care Improvement (CHSCI), School of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Wolverhampton.In addition to Professor Laura Serrant-Green, the 9th Graduation Ceremony of DSC will be addressed by:The Minister for Education and Human Resource Development;The Deputy Chairman of the Board of Governors of DSC;The President of DSC; andThe 2011 Valedictorian.The President of the Commonwealth of Dominica, His Excellency, Dr. N.J.O Liverpool and Mrs. Liverpool and the Honourable Prime Minister of Dominica, Mr. Roosevelt Skerritt will be present at the ceremony which begins at 2:15 pm.The Director of Student Services, Mr. Edgar Hunter describes this year’s commencement ceremony as “an opportunity for celebration of the hard work of both lecturers and graduates.”Press ReleaseOffice of The Director of Continuing Education, Dominica State College Share Share
Aurora, IN—The Aurora City Wide Clean Up! is for anyone that lives within city limits. It will be held on May 14 through 16 from 7:30 am to 4 pm. The city will have dumpsters available in the Lions Club Parking lot. Also, don’t forget to set out your large curb-side items this Friday night.
Manchester City must wait a little longer to determine the extent of David Silva’s latest injury setback after he was carried off in Monday night’s 3-1 Barclays Premier League win over West Bromwich Albion. City boss Manuel Pellegrini said Silva had suffered a recurrence of an ankle injury which had been dogging him in recent weeks but the Spanish midfielder is not scheduled to undergo a full scan at the club until Wednesday. While the injury is not believed to be serious enough to rule Silva out for the remainder of the season, he is almost certain to be missing from City’s trip to in-form Crystal Palace on Sunday. Any absence could prove costly for Pellegrini’s men whose win over the relegation-haunted Baggies pulled them to within six points of Premier League leaders Liverpool with a game in hand. But such is Silva’s influence over the City side – particularly in the continued absence of Yaya Toure – his involvement is widely believed to be crucial to City’s slim hopes of overhauling Brendan Rodgers’ men. Defender Pablo Zabaleta, who headed the opening goal on Monday night, told City’s official website: “We know how important David Silva is for the team. With him in the starting XI, it’s different. “He is the one who has everything. He simply makes us play better. Hopefully we will see with his ankle that it is not so bad. Fingers crossed David will be back as soon as possible and fit for the next game.” Meanwhile West Bromwich Albion face a similar anxious wait to determine the fate of full-back Liam Ridgewell who limped off in the dying minutes of the match. Ridgewell suffered a knee injury with Baggies boss Pepe Mel saying early indications were that the player could miss out on the rest of the season’s run-in. Ridgewell’s absence would be another setback for Mel who must rouse his squad for Saturday’s clash against West Ham at The Hawthorns with his side still sitting just three points above the relegation zone. Baggies midfielder Graham Dorrans – whose first-half wonder goal counted for nothing as City effectively wrapped up victory before half-time – told his club’s official website: “It was nice to get on the score sheet but it is about getting the points on board and we never did that. “We kept a good shape and we will take some positives from the game into Saturday. Everyone – apart from everyone in our squad – expected us to come here and lose.” Press Association
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