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CONTACT US Graduate Studies and Research, First Floor, Lloyd Braithwaite Student Administration Building, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Republic of Trinidad & Tobago TEL: (868) 662-2002 Customer Service: Exts. 85018/84191 Applications: 85017/82379/82575 Post-Graduate Examination Matters: 82004/82613 M.Phil/Ph.D Matters: 82209/83178/84192/ 84193 Scholarships: 83797 Chair, Campus Committee for Graduate Studies and Research: 82003 Senior Assistant Registrar: 82616/83064 Website: http://sta.uwi.edu/admissions/postgrad/ or e-mail us at: postgrad@sta.uwi.edu Post-Graduate Documents Library: http://sta.uwi.edu/admissions/postgrad/downloads.asp

CREDITS: Front Cover Art: ‘Disparet’ - Dr. Kwynn Johnson | Photo: Softbox Studios Student portraits: Owen Bruce, Office of Graduate Studies and Research


Research Driven The theme for the Calendar this year is Research Driven. In it we highlight our Research Students, both past and present, men and women of courage and endurance who have plunged headlong into the exciting world of research and discovery. They are driven by a thirst for knowledge and a desire to make a significant impact in their various spheres of study. Undaunted in their quest, we wish to recognize and applaud their work and attainment. They stand here representing every student at our University. To those who have moved on we say “Well done”. To those still in the trenches we say “Press on. The prize is for those who will endure to the end.”

Let us remember that: “True education means more than the pursual of a certain course of study. It means more than a preparation for the life that now is. It has to do with the whole being, and with the whole period of existence possible to man. It is the harmonious development of the physical, the mental, and the spiritual powers. It prepares the student for the joy of service in this world and for the higher joy of wider service in the world to come. – {Ed 13.1}


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Dr. Kwynn Johnson is a Visual Artist and Haitian Studies Scholar. Since 2003, Johnson has had 8 solo exhibitions. She has also exhibited in several local, regional and international group shows, in countries such as Guadeloupe and New York, and in spaces such as the Alliance Franรงaise in Haiti, the Tate Modern in London, several Haitian Studies Association Conferences, and the past 3 consecutive Editions of the Ghetto Biennale in Port-au-Prince.

has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Women & Performance (2017), The Caribbean Quarterly (2016), and the UWI Seismic Research Centre (2011). Her works over the past ten years have been an exploration of themes of trauma & visuality, and place & meaning in Caribbean Cultural Geography. Johnson is currently a part-time lecturer at UWI (St Augustine), teaching Undergrad & Postgrad courses. She maintains a studio practice in both Republics: Trinidad and Haiti.


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ou are required to register each Semester until the award of degree: Reg. 1.30 Y You can change your registration status: Regs. 1.45 &1.47 Teaching and Research Assistants may be registered as full time students but employment commitment not to exceed twenty hours per week: Reg.1.46 You must apply for entry to the examination for MPhil/PhD/Professional Doctorates three months before due date of submission: Reg. 3.15 You must apply for entry to the examination of Research Papers/Research Projects two months before due date of submission: Reg. 1.66 (a) You may only submit your Thesis/Research Project/Research Paper for examination when nomination of examiners has been received and approved by the Office of Graduate Studies and Research. The supervisor is not an Examiner for the MPhil/PhD Thesis: Reg 3.4

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Biometric Security, Digital Image Processing and Machine Learning technology with a broad range of applications in industry, science and engineering. This research presents the development of a new a hybrid image enhancements strategy is employed to enhance technique for extracting the dominant singularity of the image. Finally, a new prediction model is trained to classify the digital approach has never been attempted in the literature and this is supported by an international patent search report from the WIPO in Geneva Switzerland. Experimental results have shown an average accuracy of 93.78 % with some database subsets achieving as much as 97% accuracy. This research was supervised by (Committee Chair) Dr. Margaret Bernard and Dr. Duc T. Kieu of the department of Computing and Information Technology.


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S ubmission of theses, research papers or project reports before September 30 requires only a registration fee of $20.00 to be paid: Reg. 1.34 A Taught Masters candidate may apply for a transfer of registration to the M.Phil. after a period of one semester: Reg. 1.41 A registered MPhil/PhD candidate can withdraw from programme without penalty and apply for registration in a taught Masters programme: Reg. 1.41 M.Phil degree students should take a minimum of six (6) credits and PhD degree students should take a minimum of nine (9) credits through courses: Reg. 1.67

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My journey at the University of the West Indies (UWI) was an growth and development. Though challenges and tribulations were encountered, these did not hinder me from achieving my ultimate goal of pursuing the PhD degree. I was fortunate to have obtained a scholarship from the Sir Arthur Lewis of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) where I was a research associate assigned to a climate change allowed me the opportunity to traverse with expertise in the areas of Geomatics Engineering, Urban Planning and Sociology. I was also given the opportunity to attend conferences, training programmes, and workshops locally, regionally and internationally – all of which were funded by the UWI. As such, being in the MPhil/PhD programme has the perks of allowing students to travel and partake in events as well as

Upon entering the program, it is therefore necessary to have measurable, attainable, realistic and time-bound. This is essential in ensuring that the course of study is completed within the allocated time-frame, and prospective challenges are mitigated.


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ou receive a distinction by achieving an average of 70% or better in the written courses and Y a mark of 70% or better in the research project with no failures: Reg. 1.73 After 2 years a full time M.Phil. will not benefit from extensions of time due to change of registration to part time and MD/PhD and Professional Doctorates will not benefit after 3 years: Reg. 1.47 PhD candidates who have not yet submitted can apply to change registration to MPhil: Reg. 1.44 M.Phil and Ph.D. candidates can be awarded with High Commendation or a Pass: Reg. 1.75

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“At the turn of the 21st century, International engineering bodies came to the realisation that a void existed within the graduates to address the current and future challenges faced by the construction industry. These graduates were to become future leaders within the industry, however, leadership skills were non-existent. This led to a call for leadership skills to be more explicitly included in our educational programmes. My PhD study puts forward the design of an innovative capstone course intended to assess the demonstrated leadership skills of postgraduate construction management and civil engineering students. Using project-based learning and the incorporation of Engineering, and Project Management, the students were better prepared for the ‘real world’. The study has provided engineering educators with a reliable measure of the leadership skills demonstrated by their students. This incorporated the use of self-assessment, peer-assessment, and teacher assessment through various strategies.”


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MPhil/PhD/MD are primarily research degrees awarded on the basis of examination by thesis: Reg. 1.3 Minimum requirement for admission to MPhil shall be an Upper Second Class Honours Degree or minimum GPA of 3.0: Reg. 1.12 Minimum requirement for admission to PhD shall be an approved graduate degree awarded primarily for research or a taught Mastrs degree: Reg. 1.13 Students in Graduate Diploma and degree programmes may be required to follow courses in addition to those required for the programme of study: Reg. 1.64

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training I received as a Cultural Studies student. I utilized a critical ethnographic lens to explore the Jamaican rock music scene. As an area of study, the rock music community supplied me with fresh experiences on nationhood, popular music and glocal citizenship. My research assessed Jamaican music as subject to a prejudicial division of socio-cultural and socio-economic capital based on conventional standards of Blackness inherited during colonialism. As a result, the musicians, deejays and performers of local rock music experienced hardships because of the perceived “foreign� nature of the genre. I am proud to have undertaken this work as it adds to Caribbean scholarship on popular music and brings awareness to the


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The minimum period of registration for the MPhil is 2 years full time and 4 years part time: Reg. 1.48 The minimum period of registration for the PhD/MD is 3 years full time and 5 years part time: Reg. 1.48 The minimum period of registration for the Professional Doctorate is 3 years full time and 4 years part time: Reg. 1.48 MPhil students must submit theses for examination within 3 years of registration for full time studies or 5 years for part-time studies: Reg. 1.49 PhD/MD/Professional Doctorate students must submit theses for examination within 5 years of registration for full time studies or 7 years for part-time studies: Reg. 1.50 Extensions of time beyond the required submission time may be applied for: Reg.1.52

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Genetic Diversity and Cultivar Characterization of Breadfruit [Artocarpus altilis Parkinson (Fosberg)] in the Caribbean

security. It is a popular food throughout the Caribbean and has been promoted as one of 25 superfoods that are useful in the management of prevalent diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, however, its commercial value for food and other uses has only been minimally explored. There is also a need to develop the most framework to promote its uses and maximize its economic value. diversity of the species by description of existing germplasm in the region to ensure sustainable commercial utilization. My research focusses on characterizing existing and newly introduced breadfruit cultivars in the Caribbean and assesses the genetic diversity using morphological, sensory, molecular and biochemical techniques, including nutritional composition that may have implication for management of lifestyle diseases.


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MPhil and PhD candidate are required to register for and successfully complete Graduate Research Seminars (GRSM) before thesis submission: Reg. 1.68 As a PhD candidate the Upgrade Seminar counts as one of the three Seminars but must not be the last seminar: Reg. 1.68 As an MPhil and or Phd candidate, your chief supervisor must report on the progress of your work every Semester on forms available in the documents library of the postgrad website www.uwi.sta.edu/postgrad Regs. 1.69 Your Supervisor must provide you with a copy of the Progress Report: Reg. 1.69 You can request your Supervisor be replaced: Reg. 1.70 Candidates whose work is at any time reported by Supervisors to be unsatisfactory may be required to withdraw: Reg. 1.71 If required to withdraw you will be considered for re-admission not less than 2 years after withdrawal: Reg. 1.58 – 1.59

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Type 2 diabetes is increasingly prevalent in the North America and Caribbean region and Trinidad and Tobago is no exception. In Trinidad and Tobago, there is a disparity among the major ethnic groups in are poorly understood. Type 2 diabetes has both genetic and lifestyle components and it has been thought that the cause of diabetes

more completely, my research investigates type 2 diabetes risk among the major ethnic groups of Trinidad and Tobago via genotyping analysis. My research also uses novel epigenetic approaches to gene expression changes. Hence, my current research examines expression of genes associated with type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance and the potential of prenatal folic acid supplements to


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MPhil students can apply to upgrade their registration to PhD after one year full time or two years part time: Reg. 1.40 Where Upgrade to PhD is approved the years spent in the MPhil will count towards the years spent in the PhD programme: Reg. 1.43 Students upgrading to the PhD will have their MPhil courses contribute to the course requirements for the PhD: Reg.1.67 (b) MPhil/PhD students holding a Taught Masters degree may apply for exemption from the course requirements of the research degree: Reg. 1.67 (c)

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The focus of my research was thalassaemia, a group of hereditary features range from mild, where anaemia may or may not be present, to severe, where frequent blood transfusions become necessary. Some severe forms even result in fetal death. Through scholarships and grants from the University, I was able to purchase research material and attend conferences and training sessions. Conducting research in my opinion requires self-discipline,

husband and family as well as that of my supervisor and advisors allowed for development/improvement on my social, analytical, been the most challenging yet rewarding educational experience of my career thus far.


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Candidates must apply to enter for examination by thesis not less than 3 months before the expected date of submission of thesis: Reg. 3.15 Application must be accompanied by required examination fee $100 for M.Phils and $150 for PhD candidates: Reg. 3.15 M.Phil. candidates must have satisfactorily completed 2 Seminars before applying for examination of the thesis: Reg. 3.14 PhD candidates must have satisfactorily completed 3 Seminars before applying for the examination of the thesis. Reg. 3.14 Candidates must submit for approval of Campus Committee the exact title of their theses at the time of applying for entry to the examination: Reg. 3.13 Change in thesis title requires the approval of the Campus Committee: Reg. 3.13 Five copies of the thesis should be submitted inclusive of one electronic copy: Reg. 3.19 Theses may not be submitted for examination on more than two occasions: Reg 3.20

YOU MAY DOWNLOAD AND PRINT A COPY OF THE 7-STEP GUIDE AVAILABLE AT:

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Importance of Anthropometry Research at The UWI, St. Augustine Campus This research project was fraught with trials, ranging from obtaining international training to having a limited sample size. It challenged my motivation daily. Fortunately, combined perseverance, determined action expressed in popularizing anthropometry and its importance in our society. Anthropometric data (precise bodily measurements) is the only source from which thorough and accurate knowledge of dimensions and physical characteristics of the human body can be attained. Hence, its application and spatial requirements of the human body. Trinidad and Tobago has no current anthropometric data; therefore the extent of physical variability in this ethnically diverse population is unknown. This research is pivotal in determining which international anthropometric protocol may be best suited for developing an anthropometric database industrial engineering, occupational health and safety, bio-engineering, ergonimics, medical and nutritional assessment.


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A student required to withdraw through failure of research paper or project report, if readmitted, must address a new topic for the research paper or project report: Reg. 1.59 Costs incurred by candidates in being present for oral examinations shall be borne by the candidates: Reg. 1.34 Candidates found guilty of cheating or attempting to cheat can be disqualified from the examination concerned, or from all examinations taken in that examination session or from all further examinations of the University: Reg. 1.82 (c)

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The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago proposes to introduce inclusive education. This constructivist grounded theory inquiry explored stakeholders’ perspectives on Tobago’s readiness for this educational change using a symbolic interactionist conceptual framework. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with principals, teachers, parents and students of two special schools and three primary schools in Tobago.

Data revealed that participants possessed an eclectic model of disability that included elements of the medical, social and religious models. Inclusive education was being introduced within a survivalist matrix of exclusionary beliefs and practices which threatened its success. The matrix maps the Tobago’s context, history and traditions of exclusion in schools and society and the desired ideal of a social justice idea of inclusive education consistent with the principles enshrined in international, regional and local documents

interactionism as stakeholders interact and interpret those interactions and how they react to those meanings. Exclusion and social justice are incompatible but eliminating deeply embedded cultures, beliefs and practices is challenging. Recommendations for successful implementation and eradicating the survivalist matrix of exclusionary practices and beliefs included providing adequate supports and changing stakeholders’ attitudes to persons with disabilities. The results of this study could assist policymakers in developing an major educational change.


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A Supervisor may report concerns about the integrity of the thesis to the Campus Registrar: Reg. 3.17 A Supervisor may determine that a thesis is not ready for examination and not sign the Certificate of Completion Form: Reg. 3.18 A candidate may apply for an embargo, wholly or in part to be placed on the reproduction and distribution of his/her Thesis for three years: Reg. 3.22 (b) PhD Theses are examined orally: Reg. 3.25 MPhil or MD theses may be required to be examined orally: Reg. 3.26

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For me, Research is something I do everyday. Did she just say everyday? We all know that research requires daily inspiration, constant dedication and planning. While these are some of the requirements for research to be carried out, being persistent, that is, ‘hitting at it everyday’ is key to getting the work done for me. Also, I found myself constantly talking my research with my Supervisors, colleagues, friends, family members and of course to the evolution and development of my research. As such, thus coals in Trinidad. Yes, coals! This work has been able to recreate past depositional environments, peak temperatures and in situ transformation processes not only for Trinidad coals but for tropical coals worldwide. Hence, this gives us a better geological understanding of the Erin Formation, Trinidad which contains the coals studied.


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meant to be. But none of it would have been possible without priorities. Our secret? We did not make the attainment of our PhDs the focus of our lives. It ranked third – “God, Family, always remember that


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How the Light Enters. 2013. Dr. Kwynn Johnson

Commerce, Alliance and LibertĂŠ

Hadriana dans tous mes rĂŞves (Manoir Alexandre)

Rue du Commerce Photos: Softbox Studios

School & Office of Graduate Studies & Research 2017/2018 Academic Calendar  

The theme for the Calendar this year is Research Driven. In it we highlight our Research Students, both past and present, men and women of c...

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