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College of The Bahamas Bulletin
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College of The Bahamas Weekly Bulletin
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Weekly Bulletin: The College of The Bahamas
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Bulletin
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College of The Bahamas
Office of Communication
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Nassau, Bahamas
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English
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Weekly bulletin of news and events happening at the College of The Bahamas ( English )
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Office of Communication Services

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THE COLLEGE OF THE BAHAMAS Monday, January 20th, 2014 !"#$$%$&'()*'+,-'./+/*-'0'1-$%)*'234%$%5+*#+)*56'7)/$8%"'9--+'%$':-+*-#+' "No Country Should Outsource the Higher Education of Its Citizens." On Friday, January 17 th and Saturday, January 18 th the College Council, senior administrators, and former members of the University Transition Secretariat met in strategic planning sessions that will lead to a roadmap being solidified for The University of The Bahamas. Photo at left shows the persons who participated in those sessions. 9#;)*%+<':/"-'.)*/4 ' =>?'7,#$8-"")*'!#<5'7)/*+-5<'7#""' The Vice Chancellor of the University of The West (UWI) Indies Professor E. Nigel Harris accompanied by other UWI officials paid a courtesy call on College Council Chairman Mr. Alfred Sears and Acting President of The College of The Bahamas Dr. Earla Carey-Baines on Thursday, January 16 th . UWI has launched the Recent Graduates and Students Committee as part of a "Focus on UWI" Plan to raise the profile of the University in The Bahamas. !"#$%&'()%*"+%,-./#"-%0#1.2#.3%456.7%895'%,"'29/'.:3%45-/'$95%4;-9"2<%=2+%4+%=922#>"9%?1'"$-.@ ,':'"3%,"'29/'.:%#A%B1'%C-1-$-2%D1-E:'"%#A%:1'%F.9G'"29:H%#A%B1'%I'2:%J./9'2%4K>$.9%422#59-6#.% LFIJ44M<%*"+%N-"K-%D-"'H@C-9.'23%456.7%,"'29/'.:3%DOC<%,"#A'22#"%N+%P97'K%Q-""923%895'%D1-.5'KK#"% #A%:1'%F.9G'"29:H%#A%B1'%I'2:%J./9'2<%="+%4KA"'/%?'-"23%D#>.59K%D1-9"$-.%-./%*"+%C-"R-"-%S#/7'"2@ P'TR#K/3%Q'-/3%FIJ%OE'.%D-$E>23%C-1-$-2+ On January 10 th , 2014, The Bahamas observed its first Majority Rule holiday. The School of Social Sciences and the National Heroes Committee held a Majority Rule Forum on Thursday, January 16th, on "The Meaning of Majority Rule in a Changing Bahamas." Panelists included Dr. Christopher Curry, Ms. Marion Bethel, Mr. Loftus Roker, Mr. Haldane Chase and Mr. Alphonso Major Jr. The photo above shows Chair of the School of Communication and Creative Arts Mr. Haldane Chase at the podium. Bulletin

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All information to be considered for placement in the Bulletin should be sent to the address below NO LATER THAN 12 noon on Fridays. WEEKLY BULLETIN The College of The Bahamas Tel.: 302-4365; Fax: 326-7834 E-mail: bulletin@cob.edu.bs Follow us on Search for The College of The Bahamas 1+#<'7)$$-8+-3'+)'7@A'B%C*#*%-5' 7/C#$'24C#55#3)*'4--+5'D%+,'7)""-&% 234%$%5+*#+)*5 Mr. Dudrick Edwards is now Chair of the School of Business for a 3 year term and Mr. Stephen Aranha continues as Chair of the School of Social Sciences for another 1 year term. A special thank you is extended to Mr. Daniel Thompson, who served as Chair of the School of Business for the past 3 years. The International Journal of Bahamian Studies' (IJBS') second installment of Volume 19 (2013) is dedicated to music of the Caribbean. It features a bibliography of art Music from throughout the region. To read about it, visit this link: http://journals.sfu.ca/cob/index.php/files For the latest news, announcements and trends in library science, follow The College of The Bahamas Libraries on: ?EA1'7#*%CC-#$'2*+'9/5%8'7)4F)5-*5'' 18,))"'7,#%*5'A-&%$'G-D'H-*45''' From left are: Dr. Pandora Johnson, Acting Vice President, Academic Affairs, COB; Mr. Rogelio P Ž rez Parrado, Liaison Officer For Cuban Teachers in The Bahamas; Mr. Alfred Sears, Council Chairman; His Excellency Ernesto Sober ! n Guzm ˆ n, Cuban Ambassador; Dr. Earla Carey-Baines, Acting President, COB; Dr. Eslyn Jones, Vice President, Student Affairs, COB and Dr. Timyka Davis, Director of Student Leadership, and International Relations COB. College of The Bahamas officials met recently with Cuban Ambassador His Excellency Ernesto Sober ! n " Guzm # n on Monday, January 13th at the Harry C. Moore Library and Information Centre, Oakes Field Campus. They discussed collaborations between The College and Cuban universities with initial focus on the arts, hotel training, agriculture, cultural tourism and sports. G)I8-5 ''' The College community is advised that the deadline to submit Graduation Evaluation Forms to the Records Department is Friday, January 31, 2014. J-#3"%$-'()*'K*#3/#I)$'LM#"/#I)$'.)*45''