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August 29, 2008, vol xiv, number 8

UVI Promotes Security Officers,

Honors Them at First-Time Ceremony


In the first-ever Secu-
rity Department Promotion
Ceremony, members of
UVI's St. Thomas campus
Security Department were
recognized for their pro-
motion to the ranks of cap-
tain and sergeant. UVI ad-
ministrators and staff, fam-
ily and friends, joined the
promotes at the cer-
emony held July 31, at the
St. Thomas campus Sports
and Fitness Center.


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The University of the Virgin Islands recognized members of the Security
Department at a promotion ceremony held on July 31, in the Sports and
Fitness Center on the St. Thomas campus. The promotes, pictured from
left to right, are Captain John Payne, Sergeant Willmond Wattley, Ser-
geant Theodore Glasford and Sergeant Barbara Maynard.


"Ladies and gentle-
men, you should know this is history. In the years I have been
here, this is a first," Captain John Payne said, opening the
ceremony. He assured the UVI community that members of
the security team will serve at the highest level.
UVI President Dr. LaVeme E. Ragster said that there
are challenges in securing open campuses across the nation,
including UVI's two campuses. The University and the mem-


Reasoning about Research


bers of the Security De-
partments must meet
those challenges, she said.
"We've been given the re-
sponsibility of taking care
of people's children, their
spouses, sisters, brothers
and loved ones," Dr.
Ragster said. "I support
what you do," she added.
"Each and every one of
you has my appreciation."
In light of more bold
and defiant perpetrators,


the responsibilities of se-
curity officer have increased, said UVI Chief of Security Elvin
Fahie. "We who are charged with keeping you safe must work
even harder," he said. While most people are asleep, Chief
Fahie said he is busy thinking of ways to keep the campuses
safe.
Chief Fahie asked that the UVI community work in con-
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Labor Day Volleyball Tourney
Pre-Labor Day Beach Picnic
Financial Literacy Workshop
Karaoke Night
TP Friday
Class of 2009 Meeting
RTP Board Meeting
SGA Student Debate
Graduate Student Meeting
Spirit Week
Student Leadership Sessions
Ice-cream Social
SGA Council Meeting
Poetry Night


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UVI junior biology major Neisa Cazaubon, left, explains her
research to an attendee of the Summer Science Symposium
held in August on UVI St. Thomas campus.







Student Affairs Retreats, Regroups, Raises Standards













The University of the Virgin Islands Offices of the Associate Campus Executive Administrator (ACEA) held an employee retreat
for all UVI Student Affairs staff The retreat focused on "Standards of Student Affairs in Higher Education" and was held at the
Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort on St. Thomas. Pictured are, seated, left to right, St. Thomas (STT) Campus Health Services Super-
visor Ronda Hatchett, former St. Croix (STX) Campus Health Services Supervisor Naita Salmon-Iles, STX Campus Health
Services Administrative Assistant Irene Hatchett-Sealey oi. 1.. i ,,i Student Activities Supervisor Hedda Finch-Simpson. Picture
standing, left to right, are STT Campus Student Housing Supervisor Sean Georges, STT Student Activities Supervisor Junie
Violenes, STX Campus Counseling and Placement Supervisor Doris Farrington-Hepburn, STT Campus Career Counseling
Supervisor Verna Rivers, STX Campus Student Housing Administrative Assistant Maria Friday, STT ACEA Administrative Spe-
cialist Carolyn Wattley, STT Student Housing Administrative Assistant Aneka Francis, Facilitator Renardo Hall, STX Stuent
Employment Assistant Anyha Lord, STT Campus Counselor Andrea Hamm, STT Campus Counseling and Placement Administra-
tive Assistant Melissa Williams, STX Campus ACEA Miriam Osborne-Elliott, STT Campus Student Employment Coordinator
Mary Myers, STT Campus ACEA Dr Doris Battiste and STX Campus Student Housing Supervisor Jay Wiltshire.

Security Promotions Continued


junction with the Security Departments. "Being a small force,
we have to employ the eyes and ears of every student, every
faculty and every staff," he said. "We have a tendency to say
'it's their job,' but it's all of our jobs."
UVI Provost Dr. A.I. Musah recalled a time when a se-
curity officer alerted him around 11 p.m. one night that the
windows of his vehicle were down. As students and staff go
about their work at UVI, security keeps watch, he said. "Some-


body is watching over us. That somebody is our UVI secu-
rity," Dr. Musah said. "We are here today to recognize the
service and the excellence of that service."


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