Voices Magazine Vol 5 Iss 01

VOICES Bi-Monthly Magazine of the University of Technology, Jamaica | April – June 2022 14 School of Pharmacy students Raphaella Sommerville (2nd left), and Rolaina McKnight (2nd right), display digital tablets donated by the Kiwanis Club of Papine at UTech, Jamaica for students in need. Sharing the moment are (l-r) Mrs. Modupeola Abayomi, Lecturer, School of Pharmacy and member of the Kiwanis Club of Papine at UTech, Jamaica, Mrs. Tieca Harris Kidd, Programme Director, BSc. in Pharmaceutical Technology, Dr. Andrea Daly, Head, School of Pharmacy and Dr. Stephanie Mullings, Programme Director, Bachelor of Pharmacy during a presentation at the College of Health Sciences, UTech, Jamaica Papine Campus on February 25, 2022. Seventeen student volunteers from University of Technology, Jamaica Students’ Union and the Caribbean School of Nursing (CSON) gave a helping hand at the Social Services Fair, organised by the Ministry of National Security (MNS) held in Rocky Point, Clarendon on Labour Day, May 23, 2022. UTech, Jamaica students assisted in managing booths, a kiddies’ village and attending to patients at the community’s health centre. UTech, Jamaica Helps to Ease Furniture Shortage at Jamaica College Students Participate in Ministry of National Security’s Labour Day Outreach Project COMMUNITY SERVICE AND OUTREACH Officers of UTech, Jamaica and Jamaica College share in a photo opportunity on May 4, 2022 at the Jamaica College campus during a presentation by the University of a loan of one hundred chairs to the high school, following its appeal for assistance. From left are Mr. Rohan Wong, Vice Principal, Upper School, Jamaica College, Mrs. Dorrset GabbidonPottinger, Assistant Registrar, Student Services, UTech, Jamaica, Mrs. Genefa Hibbert, Vice President and Chief Operations and Projects Officer, UTech, Jamaica Zachary Russell, Form 1F Captain, Jamaica College and Mr. Wayne Robinson, Acting Principal, Jamaica College. Paulton Gordon (left), Director, Community Service and Development, UTech, Jamaica strikes a pose with student volunteers at the MNS Social Services Fair on May 23, 2022. A student of the Caribbean School of Nursing, UTech, Jamaica assists a patient at the health centre.