Volume 3, Issues 4 January –April 2020 University of Technology, Jamaica J amaica School of Computing and Information Technology (SCIT) student, Rayvon Stewart has grabbed the attention of the world with his invention Xermosel which has been recently touted as a welcomed tool in the fight against the deadly COVID-19 Coronavirus. Xermosel is a simple device that uses ultraviolet light technology to kill bacteria found on door knobs, thereby reducing the risk of an individual contracting a germ upon contact. The innovation would be particularly useful in public spaces such as hospitals and health care facilities in reducing the spread of bacteria and viruses. The unique device is simpler than similar products which require the installation of new door knobs. 64 Top Achievers Awarded 60 th Anniversary Scholarship Rayvon Stewart’s Invention Touted as COVID-19 Fighter Bi-Monthly Magazine of the University of Technology, Jamaica Cont’d on back cover Cont’d on page 3 Professor Stephen Vasciannie, (centre) President, University of Technology, Jamaica, Deans and other members of the University’s administrative and academic management, pose for a group photo with high achieving students who received the 60th Anniversary Scholarship on Thursday, January 30, 2020 during a special presentation ceremony held at Lecture Theatre 50, Shared Facilities Building, University of Technology, Jamaica Papine Campus. Student, Rayvon Stewart (left) explains to Professor Colin Gyles, President (Acting) the functionalities of his Xermosel prototype, during a courtesy call on April 15, 2020 at the Papine Campus. P rofessor Stephen Vasciannie, CD, President of the University of Technology, Jamaica on Thursday, January 30, 2020, presented sixty undergraduate and four graduate students with $6.4 Million in scholarships at a ceremony marking the 2nd annual UTech, Jamaica 60th Anniversary Scholarship Presentation, held at the Shared Facilities Building, Papine Campus. The scholarships, valued at $100,000.00 each, were awarded to outstanding students of the University’s three colleges and five faculties who attained outstanding Grade Point Average (GPA) scores of above 3.5 in the Academic Year 2018/2019.