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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

FEES Semester II Resit Timetable 2018-2019 (Draft 1)

Students, you can view the Semester II Resit Timetable at the following link: FEES Semester II Resit Timetable 2018-2019.   The University of Guyana’s Resit Examinations period is scheduled for August 5-9, 2019. Kindly note that this is a first draft of the Faculty’s Resit timetable.     ____________________ For any queries concerning this timetable, please make

Department of Geography awarded the Special Achievement in GIS 2019 Award

The Department of Geography, Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences has been awarded Esri’s Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) 2019 Award. The department was nominated by Esri’s regional provider, Spatial Innovision, in recognition of user sites around the world to recognize outstanding work with GIS technology, and was selected from more than 100,000 others. More

Message from the Dean to our 2018 Graduating Class

Congratulations to our 2018 Graduating Class!!! Our dear graduates, It gives me great pleasure to address you as you are officially ending a phase of your earthly sojourn, which is definitely the beginning of another adventure. You have stepped over the line of ignorance and, therefore, have been armoured with skills, technical know-how and educational

EIA Field Exercise at Dagg Point, Bartica

Students of the Diploma in Land Administration and Management programme recently participated in a field exercise to Dagg Point, Bartica, as part of the course ENV4101: Environmental Impact Assessment. View the photographs below!