Originally Posted: July 26, 2022 By: Ron Fanfair Impressed by the documentary, ‘Mr. Jane & Finch’ that was screened at the University of Toronto three years ago, outgoing Innis College Principal Dr. Charlie Keil contacted the principal subject, Winston LaRose.
Guyana born, Dr Amlata Persaud, on academic journey, ‘collective’ success and education for development
Originally Posted: July 10, 2022 By: Miranda La Rose Very early in her life, Amlata Persaud distinguished herself academically, topping the country at the Secondary Schools Entrance Examinations, the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate examinations in 1999 and later at the
Originally Posted: February 7, 2022 By: Tangerine Clarke Guyanese-American aviator, Beverley Drake, told Caribbean life, in a recent interview, that it was important to honor trailblazers “so that their stories can be seen all over the world.” “I am an
Guyanese born Canadian, Ken Singh, of Atlas Cargo – From humble beginnings to position of prominence
Originally Published: June 27, 2021 By: Frederick Halley AMIDST his extremely busy schedule, Guyana-born Kanhai Ken Singh has been changing the lives of many to actively assist in his local community and many other social causes worldwide. As President and
Guyana-born Stanford professor recognised for excellence in science as a newly elected member of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
GUYANESE John R. Rickford, professor of linguistics and the J.E. Wallace Sterling Professor in the Humanities, emeritus, in the School of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University (SU), is among 120 newly elected members of the National Academy of Sciences