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UB STUDENTS SEX ASSAULTS SHOCK: Campus survey reveals one-in-three are victim of some form of rape

MORE than 35 percent of University of the Bahamas survey respondents experienced either statutory rape or sex without their consent, according to new research published in the International Journal of Bahamian Studies.

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University employees test positive

TWO University of the Bahamas employees have tested positive for COVID-19, leaving officials to now determine the level of exposure to the virus of essential employees.

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UB to carry on remotely

UNIVERSITY of The Bahamas will continue remote operations with the exception of a small number of courses for the upcoming academic year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All lecture, seminar, tutorial, some laboratories and practicum courses will take

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Students blame professor for not being allowed to graduate

SOME University of The Bahamas culinary students are up in arms as they were not allowed to graduate last month, claiming a professor failed to submit their course grades in time. One of the students spoke to The Tribune under condition of anonymity

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University of The Bahamas will have at least 6,000 students, says Lloyd

EDUCATION Minister Jeffrey Lloyd announced in the House of Assembly that University of The Bahamas anticipates the institution’s enrolment will exceed 6,000 students this Fall. According to Mr Lloyd, Bahamian students seeking to further their educat

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Change in teaching at university

UNIVERSITY of The Bahamas professors anticipate there will be a blended learning environment for students for the upcoming fall semester, one that could include limited face-to-face instruction and a continuation of virtual learning classes.During a

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University of the Bahamas office operations resume on July 1

THE UNIVERSITY of The Bahamas will resume office operations for employees at Oakes Field Campus and North Campus in Grand Bahama on July 1. It is a part of their transition into phase two of their reopening plan.

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University commencement ceremony goes online

THE 2020 commencement for University of The Bahamas may not have the traditional pomp and circumstance, but it will have an even more elevated significance for graduates who are closing one chapter of their lives and entering a new one during an unpr

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University: 'Zero tolerance' for sexual impropriety

The University of The Bahamas has declared it has "zero tolerance" for sexual impropriety after a series of allegations on social media about inappropriate behaviour.

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UB organises emergency student fund

UNIVERSITY of The Bahamas has established a special emergency fund to help students affected by COVID-19.

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Video messaging service interrupted by gay pornography

A MEETING of experts on COVID-19 analysis was disrupted on Friday when the video messaging service used was interrupted with gay pornography.

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University of the Bahamas cancels on-campus classes and moves online

UNIVERSITY of the Bahamas (UB) has announced the cancellation of its on-campus classes and advised students living in dorms to move out. Online teaching platforms will now be used.

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University remains open but monitoring coronavirus situation

UNIVERSITY of The Bahamas (UB) remains open and will continue classes, although officials stress the use of online resources is being encouraged.

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University, UTEB negotiations 'almost complete'

NEGOTIATIONS between the University of The Bahamas and the Union of Tertiary Educators of The Bahamas over an expired industrial agreement are almost complete, according to UTEB president Daniel Thompson, who said members are hoping to have the agreement signed before the holiday season.

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Professors 'lose faith' in Smith

UNIVERSITY of The Bahamas professors have moved to petition the institution’s board over its expired industrial agreement, having “lost faith” in the university president’s “ability” to conclude negotiations.The University of Tertiary Educators (UTEB

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WE WON’T PAY: University rejects lecturers’ 11th hour $3,500 wage claim

THE Union of Tertiary Educators of The Bahamas is demanding a lump sum payout of $3,500 and a salary increase of seven percent for all of its faculty members - a new proposal the University of The Bahamas said yesterday it was not prepared to fulfil.

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Now lecturers rebel over UB pay offer: 82 cents a day

THE Union of Tertiary Educators of The Bahamas expects to hold a mass demonstration today, incensed by a University of The Bahamas proposal to increase salaries by a meagre 82 cents per day.

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Minnis: We're still committed to free places at UB

IN wake of the University of the Bahamas’ recently announced tuition and fee increases, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday his government will be known for “providing education from birth to departure”.

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Confusion over how tuition fees will work

CONFUSION is still swirling over how the University of the Bahamas’ recently announced tuition and fee increases will be reconciled with the government’s long-promised vow that tuition for fall 2019 would be free for all students who meet certain criteria.

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