Tomorrow is Research Day at CASE

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

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THE College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) will tomorrow stage of its Research Day, while its 18th graduation ceremony will take place on November 28.


The Research Day will feature pioneering work in the fields of ICT, renewable energy, climate change and literacy across both the East and West campuses and will have presentations from faculty members, students and administrations.


"The idea for the Research Day was born out of an initiative of the president, Rev Dr Mary Nichols, who is on a quest to unearth and expose the positive and groundbreaking work of the CASE community," CASE said in a release yesterday. "We need to be on show for the great work we are doing. We have done the biogas system and created the honey extractor. These things need to be on show for Jamaica to benefit," the release quoted Dr Nichols.


Major Johnathan Lamey, vice-president of academic programmes, said the research team was busy preparing for the eight presentations and the two plenaries, while expressing delight that the president has saw it fit to revive the CASE Research Day.


















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