UGGS hosts ‘Guardians of the Earth’ Climate Change Rally

      The University of Guyana Geographical Society partnered with Policy Forum Guyana and UG Female Empowerment Movement in order to sensitise the public on the need for climate action in Guyana. This issue is close to the heart of the Society as it embodies the ideas of sustainable development and as we see

Seminar on Tepui Robotics PhD Project Research

On September 12, 2019, the FEES invited Mateusz Wrazidło to present his PhD thesis work as part of a research group specialised in robotics applied to environmental monitoring. His research topic is “Conservation through Cultivation. TEPUI-SAT: Autonomous environmental monitoring and simulation system for habitat research and cultivation of vulnerable tropical flora species.”   This research is made possible through

FEES Students represent Guyana at International Events

The Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences is pleased to announce the remarkable achievements of several of our undergraduate students on the international stage! Ms. Suphane Dash-Alleyne represented Guyana at the inaugural United Nations (UN) Youth Climate Summit in New York on Saturday, September 21, 2019. She was among 7,000 students selected to attend from

2019 OAS – Government of Chile Scholarship and Training Project for CARICOM Countries – Water Quality Monitoring Training at University of Guyana

  The Regional Coordinator of the Global Water Partnership- Caribbean (GWP-C), Ms. Simone Lewis, shared with the University of Guyana (UG) a request for proposals from universities and community colleges in the Caribbean to provide training in one or more of specific areas. In response to this request, a proposal was submitted on behalf of

FEES Annual Report – Academic Year 2018/2019

Click the link below to view the FEES Annual Report for 2018/2019. See what our Faculty has been up to in the past academic year!   Faculty of Earth & Environmental Sciences University of Guyana    

FEES Annual Orientation 2019/2020

The Faculty of Earth & Environmental Sciences (FEES) held its Annual Orientation Exercise on August 29, 2019 in the SEBI Building.  Approximately eighty (80) new students from the Undergraduate and Graduate levels attended the session and listened to a presentation by the Guest Speaker – Dr. Mark Bynoe. Other presentations were made on Plagiarism and

Teleconference Activity – Research Exchange with Mexican Students

On Wednesday, August 14, 2019, The FEES hosted a successful teleconference with Centro De Investigación En Ciencia Aplicada Y Tecnología Avanzada Del Instituto Politécnico Nacional (CICATA – IPN) Querétaro, Mexico. Six students from the University of Guyana presented their research and received feedback from both the staff on the ground and the academics from Mexico.

FEES Semester I Timetables 2019-2020

Students, you can view the Semester I Timetable at the following link: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TIMETABLE: FEES SEMESTER 1 2019-2020 – Draft 7.5 MASTERS STUDENTS TIMETABLE: FEES Masters Timetime Table – Draft 2.5 Please note the versions of the timetables. ____________________ For any queries concerning these timetables, please make contact with: Assistant Dean Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences

FEES and GTI host National Seminar on Problem-Based Learning and Urban Challenges

  The Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences, in collaboration with the Government Technical Institute, hosted a one-day national seminar on Problem-Based Learning and Urban Challenges on Thursday July 25, 2019 at the Education Lecture Theatre, Turkeyen Campus.   The seminar was one of the planned events under the CITYLAB CAR project, which is being

FEES Annual Students’ Awards Ceremony 2019

The FEES Annual Students’ Awards Ceremony was held on May 31, 2019 at the Education Lecture Theatre, in recognition of the outstanding performances and service by our students during the 2017/2018 academic year. This year’s guest speaker was Ms. Onika Stellingburg, a former student of the then School of Earth and Environmental Sciences. She is