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Give All Saints University ‘due credit’ for staying in Dominica

first_img Tweet BusinessEducationLocalNewsTertiary Give All Saints University ‘due credit’ for staying in Dominica by: – August 13, 2018 Share Share Sharecenter_img 651 Views   2 comments Sharing is caring! Dr Clayton Shillingford (file photo)The All Saints University School of Medicine should be given credit for keeping its operations here, following Ross University’s decision to leave, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Dr Clayton Shillingford has said.The All Saints University School of Medicine has been operating here since 2006 and relocated temporarily to St. Vincent and the Grenadines following the passage of Hurricane Maria.The school returned its operations here in April 2018 after effecting repairs necessary after the passage of Hurricane Maria.“I have to say at the outset that I was pleasantly surprised that All Saints, as a Dominican institution, decided to stay the course and to stay here as a major partner with the Dominican government and to provide education to students who are interested in becoming doctors,” Dr. Shillingford said.He was speaking at the thirty-fourth white coat ceremony of the All Saints University School of Medicine on 11 August 2018.Dr Shillingford said any institution that is making a contribution to the number of doctors available to provide health care is admirable as “we need a lot of doctors all over the world” to provide medical health care to citizens of the world.Speaking briefly on the incidents of Hurricane Maria, Dr. Shillingford said the All Saints University remained here while the Ross University School of Medicine made a different decision, “for whatever their particular business reasons were, they elected that they could not stay here anymore”.“All Saints is here, you stayed the course and for that particular decision the government and the people of Dominica must give the owners and the leadership of All Saints due credit,” Dr. Shillingford stated. “Due credit is also due to the faculty who are here and who also made the decision to stay the course and to provide the services that you the students would require,” Dr Shillingford added.last_img read more

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UWF Adds Local Product Engleberger

first_imgA strong student who had a 4.0 grade point average at PSC in the fall, Engelberger was a 2-time First Team All-Area performer at Fort Walton Beach High School and participated in the Pensacola Sports Subway High School All Star Game at UWF in 2016. UWF went 30-7 last fall and captured its tenth Gulf South Conference regular-season title and seventh league postseason championship. The Argonauts qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the 12th-consecutive year and advanced to the regional title match for the fourth time in program history. “Zadie is a great addition to our program,” Wolter said. “She is extremely athletic, skilled and will add depth to our team in more than one position. She is also a person of great character that is successful on the court and in the classroom. We are excited about garnering a player of Zadie’s caliber from Coach Laird at Pensacola State College.” Zadie Engleberger bio:2017 (Fr. at Pensacola State): Named to the All-Panhandle Conference Second Team as she appeared in 23 matches for the Pirates and coach Chris Laird … Hit .174 with 1.74 kills per set … Added 18 service aces, 25 blocks and 78 digs (1.2 dps) … In her third career match, put down 14 kills on .458 hitting against Dayton State (9/1/17) … Had season-highs of 15 kills on .481 hitting in a match at Santa Fe College (10/25/17) late in the season … Season-best eight digs to go along with 14 kills in a win over Gulf Coast State (10/18/17).PREP: Four-year starter at Fort Walton Beach HS under coach Ashley Miller … 2-time Northwest Florida Daily News First Team All-Area selection … As a senior, she had 98 kills and 133 digs while battling an injury … Had 16 kills and nine digs in a 4-set win over rival Choctaw as a senior in 2016 … Selected to participate in the Pensacola Sports Subway High School All-Star Volleyball Game … 4-time Viking Scholar and received the Governor’s Award … Also a member of the National Honor Society, Chess Club, Environmentally Conscious Youth and was yearbook editor … Played club for the Fuel with coach John Key … Has also played beach volleyball for the Emerald Coast Volleyball Club.  Print Friendly Version Engleberger, who was a Second Team All-Panhandle Conference selection at Pensacola State College last fall, joins the team for the Spring 2018 semester. PENSACOLA, Fla. – UWF head volleyball coach Melissa Wolter has announced the addition of Zadie Engelberger to the program.last_img read more

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