US ambassador visits UTech


US ambassador visits UTech

Thursday, November 14, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica— The United States Ambassador to Jamaica, Don Tapia, visited the University of Technology, Jamaica yesterday to discuss methods of enhancing tertiary education and professional development in Jamaica.

The Ambassador met with the UTech President, Professor Stephen Vasciannie, Deputy President Professor Colin Gyles, Dean of the College of Health Sciences, Dr Janet Campbell-Shelly, Head of the School of Engineering, Dr Therese Chambers, and Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies, Research and Entrepreneurship, Dr Paul Ivey.

Ambassador Tapia was accompanied by Jeremiah Knight and Bernadette Hutchinson of the US Embassy in Jamaica.

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