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Bulletin Board for March 7, 2011

New and Updated Items for Monday, March 7, 2011

V.I. Public Radio to Re-Air MAN UP Interview with President Hall Today

Virgin Islands National Public Radio station WVGN - 107.3 FM - will present a re-airing of an interview with UVI President Dr. David Hall concerning the recent MAN UP Conference held on the University's St. Thomas and St. Croix campuses. The program, scheduled for 7 p.m. today - Monday, March 7, will be hosted by executive producer Jamila Harris. It is sponsored by the Law Offices of Richard P. Bourne Vanneck, Comprehensive Orthopaedic Global, Eagle Realty, the V.I. Energy Office and Eagle Energy.

UVI Board of Trustees to Meet March 12 on St. Croix

The UVI Board of Trustees will meet at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 12, in the Great Hall, North West Wing, on the UVI St. Croix campus. The meeting will convene with regular session agenda items and reports from President David Hall Chairman Alexander A. Moorhead. The Board will receive an update report from the Research and Technology Park Board. Then the Board of Trustees will consider agenda items that require action. A news release is available on the UVI homepage - www.uvi.edu - and from this direct link .

UVI's CERC Advisory Board Plans Spring Meeting on March 11-12 on St. Thomas

The UVI Caribbean Exploratory [NCMHD] Research Center of Excellence (CERC) Advisory Board will hold its spring 2011 meeting on St. Thomas from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, March 11, and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 12. Sessions will take place at the Best Western Emerald Beach Resort. For more information contact Lorna Sutton at (340) 693-1172 or send e-mail to lsutton@uvi.edu .

Public Invited to UVI's Spring 2011 Research Symposium on St. Croix on March 12

The Virgin Islands public is invited to the University of the Virgin Islands' Ninth Annual Spring Research Symposium, set for 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 12. The symposium will take place in the Cafetorium on the University's St. Croix campus. The event is organized by the Emerging Caribbean Scientists Programs office in UVI's College of Science and Mathematics. Admission is free.

Approximately 30 graduate and undergraduate students will present their innovative scientific research. A news release with photos is featured on the UVI homepage - www.uvi.edu - and from this direct link .

'Join UVI in Going Green' at Afternoon on the Green on March 13

The Virgin Islands community is invited to "Join UVI in Going Green" at the 2011 Afternoon on the Green event slated for Sunday, March 13, on the Herman E. Moore Golf Course on UVI's St. Thomas campus. Food, fun and family games are again planned for this 22nd edition of the popular event. Top Notch Band, the Becca Darling Band and the Mungo Niles Cultural Dancers will provide the entertainment. Members of the community, organizations and businesses are encouraged to contribute food, drinks, money or volunteers. For more information call (340) 693-1040. A news release is featured on the UVI homepage - www.uvi.edu - and from this direct link .

Student Employee Appreciation Nominations Sought on St. Thomas & St. Croix

UVI's Student Employment Offices on the St. Thomas and St. Croix campuses are seeking nominations for students to be honored at this year's Student Employee Appreciation Ceremony which will be held during Student Employment Appreciation Week (April 10-16, 2011). The awards for the student employee of the year are designed to show the University's appreciation for the invaluable services provided by student workers. UVI employees who work with student workers are eligible to make nominations. Details of the process, nomination criteria and nomination forms have been provided, via email, to St. Thomas campus employees. Nominations must be submitted to the Student Employment Offices no later than Monday, March 14th. For more information, contact Mary Myers at 693-1088, Verna Rivers at 693-1087 on the St. Thomas and Anyha Lord at 692-4180 on the St. Croix Campus.

UVI's AES to Host 13th International Aquaponics and Talipia Aquaculture Course

The UVI Agricultural Experiment Station's Aquaculture Program will host the 13th annual International Aquaponics and Tilapia Aquaculture Course from March 14 through18 on the St. Croix campus.

Nearly 60 participants from the Caribbean, the U.S. and the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe will attend. Individuals will study the principles and practical application of the Aquaponic and Biofloc Tilapia Production Systems developed at UVI. Information about the course can be found on the Agriculture Experiment Station section of the UVI web site - www.uvi.edu - and from this direct link .

UVI is recognized around the world as the academic leader in the study of aquaponics. Under the direction of Dr. James Rakocy, the program developed and refined a commercial production system that recycles and reuses water resources and recovers waste nutrients in vegetable by-products. Dr. Rakocy retired in December 2010, but has returned to St Croix to teach the course one more time.

Members of the UVI community are encouraged to welcome Dr. Rakocy and aquaponics course participants to the campus.

UVI's CMES Researchers Explore Vibrant, Deep Coral Reefs

Researchers from UVI's Center for Marine and Environmental Studies (CMES) have reported on part of a scientific examination of deep coral ecosystems south of St. Thomas and St. John, an area known as the southeastern Puerto Rican Shelf.

Recent studies from around the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico have revealed the existence and condition of huge tracts of light-dependent coral reefs that form between 100 and 350 feet depth. These reefs, also known as mesophotic (mizo-fotik) coral ecosystems, are only recently drawing the attention of scientists, conservationists, and governments, although their existence has been well known to fishermen and adventurous divers. A news release is featured on the UVI homepage - www.uvi.edu - and from this direct link .

SGA Urges Online Votes in The Home Depot 'Retool Your School' Promotion

The UVI Student Government Association on the St. Thomas campus is urging members of the UVI community to support their University in the current "Retool Your School Campus Improvement Program" sponsored by The Home Depot. The program is designed to provide campus improvements to Historically Black Colleges and Universities that receive the most online votes for their school. A major grant of $50,000 and ten, $10,000 grants are being offered. To cast a vote for UVI, visit the web site http://www.retoolyourschool.com and cast a vote.

Other Current Items...

St. Thomas Campus Bookstore Regalia Deadline is March 10

The UVI Bookstore on the St. Thomas campus has announced that the deadline for graduates to present measurements for commencement regalia is March 10. The Bookstore is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Artist Talk to Feature Renowned American Indian Artists on St. Croix on March 10

UVI's The Caribbean Writer, in collaboration with the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts, will feature a presentation by renowned American Indian Artists Edgar Heap of Birds and Shanna Ketchum Heap of Birds at The Caribbean Writer's second annual Artist Talk scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 10. The artist will speak and show slides of their art works in Room 133 of the Research and Extension Center on UVI's St. Croix campus.

The Caribbean Writer promises an engaging evening, one that will explore ways to approach collaborative art projects, and provide techniques to re-look and re-interpret the works of artists. The program should prove informative for local artists and would-be artists, art teachers, high school students and anyone interested in public art and American Indian cosmology.

A news release is featured on the UVI home page - www.uvi.edu - and from this direct link .

CES and Frederick Lutheran Set St. Thomas Community Health Fair on March 12

A free, community health fair will be offered from 9 a.m. to noon in Emancipation Garden on St. Thomas. The event is sponsored by the Frederick Lutheran Church and the UVI Cooperative Extension Service.

During the fair, UVI student nurses will offer health screenings, including blood pressure and glucose tests. Members of the church will offer spiritual counseling. UVI's Cooperative Extension Service will present a healthy homes demonstration, nutrition information and a course on how to construct a box garden. A variety of informational and support activities will be provided by other participants, including the Virgin Islands University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (VIUCEDD), the Rotary Club of St. Thomas, the American Cancer Association, the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program, the V.I. Department of Health, Project HOPE and the Department of Health Immunization. For more information contact Dr. Caryl Johnson at (340) 693-1082.

10th UVI Charter Day-Queen Mary Highway 5K Walk/Run Slated for March 18

The University of the Virgin Islands' St. Croix campus will host the 10th Annual UVI Charter Day-Queen Mary Highway 5K Walk/Run on Friday, March 18. The popular activity is coordinated by the V.I. Pace Runners. The event, which takes runners and walkers from Sunshine Mall in Fredericksted to the UVI campus, has a 6 a.m. start time. For those who wish to park at UVI, transportation to the race start will be provided at 5 a.m. The registration fee is $10 for UVI students and children, and $15 for adults. To register, call (340) 692-4236. Walk/Run sponsors are Chef's Catering, Cost-U-Less, Coca Cola Bottling Company and Plaza Extra.

Reichhold Center Bringing Hugh Masekela and Lira for Two V.I. Shows

UVI's Reichhold Center for the Arts is bringing legendary jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela and Afro-pop vocalist Lira together for two outstanding evenings of world music - March 18, at the Island Center for the Performing Arts on St. Croix, and March 19, at the Reichhold Center for the Arts on St. Thomas. The South African performers, who captivated audiences during the opening ceremonies of the 2010 World Cup, are bringing their dynamic synergy to the Virgin Islands for a two unforgettable nights of instrumental music and hypnotic vocals with an African flair.

Tickets are available at the Reichhold Ticket Office, or by calling (340) 693-1559, or via the web at www.reichholdcenter.com . Other ticket outlets are on St. Thomas: Urban Threadz, V.I. Bridal and Tuxedo, Essentric Shoe Boutique, Home Again and the UVI Bookstore, on St. John: Connections, on St. Croix: Urban Threadz, Undercover Books & Gifts (Gallows Bay), Riddims, Alliance Clothing and the UVI Bookstore.

The performances are sponsored by International Capital & Management Company, the V.I. Lottery, First Bank, the V.I. Waste Management Authority, the V.I. Council of the Arts, Marriott Frenchman's Reef Resort, the V.I Department of Education, Tropical Shipping and Innovative Communications Company.

UVI's St. Croix Bookstore to Take Class Ring Orders on March 25

A representative of the Herff Jones Company will be available at the St. Croix campus Bookstore from 2 to 4 p.m. on March 25, to take class ring orders. A deposit of $100 will be required when placing orders. For more information call (340) 692-4166.

SGA to Host St. Croix Campus Shadow Our Students Program on March 29

The Student Government Association on UVI's St. Croix campus will host its fifth annual SOS (Shadow Our Students) Program on Tuesday, March 29. The program is designed to enhance UVI's recruitment efforts and build mentoring relationships between UVI students and graduating seniors in the local high schools. SOS gives students an opportunity to see first-hand the wealth of academic opportunities, professional development initiatives and extra-curricular programs offered at the University. Participants can shadow students studying in their prospective fields of interest and interact with student leaders. The highlight of this year's event will be a presentation by motivational speaker UVI Professor Ricardo Caldwell. The SOS 2011 theme on the St. Croix campus is "Inspiring Minds...Pursing Greatness." For details, contact SOS Program Coordinator/SGA Public Relations Officer Kevin Dixon at (340) 692-4191 or send email to sgastx@myuvi.net . Information is also available from Student Activities Supervisor Hedda Finch-Simpson at (340) 692-4228.

April 30 Is Deadline to Apply for UVI Graduate Math Program for Teachers

The third cohort of UVI's Master of Arts in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers (MMAT) program is scheduled to begin in August 2011. The program is for teachers of mathematics at the secondary level and prospective teachers with undergraduate degrees in mathematics. April 30, 2011 is the application deadline for the program. For an overview of the program, costs and requirements, visit the College of Science and Mathematics section of the UVI website - www.uvi.edu - or this direct link . More information is also available from Assistant Professor of Mathematics Dr. Vanere Goodwin at (340) 692-4115 or send email to vgoodwi@uvi.edu .

UVI Accepting Applications for 'Math Behind the Science' Free Summer Program

UVI is accepting applications for its 2011 "Math Behind the Science" summer bridge program. The free program (previously called Summer Bridge2Calculus) is designed to enhance the mathematics preparedness of college-bound students who are interested in pursuing careers in science, mathematics, engineering, technology or medicine.

Math Behind the Science will prepare students to enter UVI's introductory calculus course and provide a foundation for success in that important course. Field trips, guest speakers and workshops are integrated into the five-week summer program. Sessions begin on June 20, and end with an awards ceremony on July 29. Recent high school graduates and current Math Skills students are eligible to participate in this program.

Applications for the program are due by May 25. More information and an online application form are available from the Summer Programs tab on the Emerging Caribbean Scientists web page - http://ecs.uvi.edu - and from this direct link . Click here for the application form .

UVI Accepting Master of Marine and Environmental Science Program Applications

The Master of Marine and Environmental Science program at the University of the Virgin Islands is now accepting application for the Fall 2011 semester. For more information please visit the web site: http://mmes.uvi.edu .

UVI Accepting Applications for the Master of Arts in Psychology Program

The University of the Virgin Islands is accepting applications from students interested in enrolling in its Master of Arts in Psychology with a concentration in counseling program for the Fall 2011 semester. The MAP program is designed to provide students with the necessary academic knowledge base, problem solving skills and experiential opportunities to allow them to work in a variety of social service and counseling settings. A program overview and admission criteria are available from the UVI web site - www.uvi.edu . Interested applicants can also contact Dr. Lucia DiMeo on St. Croix at (340) 692-4264 or Dr. Angela Adams on St. Thomas at (340) 693-1258 for more information.

UVI New Hires-Separations Report Posted for February 2011

The UVI Human Resources Department has released the University's New Hires, Promotions and Separations report for Feb. 1-28, 2011. The list is available to the UVI community via the HR Document Library on the HR/Benefits page of UVI's myCampus web portal and from this direct link .

Special Issue of Dateline: UVI Available Online

A special, four-page edition of dateline: UVI was published on Feb. 28. Along with an in-depth feature and photos from the recent Man Up Conference, the newsletter highlights the recent 40th anniversary of Agrifest on St. Croix, provides a preview of the 2011 edition of Afternoon on the Green - which is slated for March 13 on St. Thomas. It also covers the Virgin Islands University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (VIUCEDD) conference on siblings, features a look at UVI Student Trustee Elizabeth Pichardo and explains a student survey underway at the University. The February issue of dateline: UVI is available online from the Public Relations section of the UVI web site - www.uvi.edu - and from this direct link .

AES Offering Student Internship at University of Guam

UVI's Agricultural Experiment Station (AES) on the St. Croix campus has funds available to send one UVI student to the University of Guam for a four-week internship beginning on May 31. The internship will emphasize agriculture in a tropical island setting. UVI is seeking a student who is interested in pursuing a career agriculture, food science or environmental sciences. The opportunity is open to all UVI students. Funding is from a U.S. Department of Agriculture grant awarded through the CariPac Consortium.

The program offers an opportunity for a student to expand his/her awareness and appreciation of island life and cultures. Students from the other schools in the CariPac Consortium will participate. CariPac Consortium schools include: University of the Virgin Islands, University of Puerto Rico, University of Guam, Northern Marianas College, Palau Community College, American Samoa Community College, College of the Marshall Islands and College of Micronesia - FSM.

More information is available from Dr. Bob Godfrey, acting director of UVI's Agricultural Experiment Station, at (340) 692-4042 or via e-mail: rgodfre@uvi.edu .

BWC Planning Pre-Finals Academic Jams on St. Thomas, St. Croix

UVI's Brothers With A Cause organization will sponsor week-long academic jams on the University's St. Thomas and St. Croix campuses from April 22 through 27. The jams are designed to create an atmosphere that allows students to sharpen their understanding of course materials in preparation for final exams through peer tutoring, group study and counseling. On-campus sessions are planned daily, stretching from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m.

On St. Thomas sessions will be available daily - from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. - in the Campus Advising & Tutorial Services (CATS) office. Group study and tutorials will be offered daily in the Dining Pavilion from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Access will also be available 24/7 in the Library Room 120 Computer Lab. On April 26 and 27 special sessions will be available in the VIP Room of the Sports and Fitness Center from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Counseling for individuals experiencing test anxiety will be available by appointment. Call (340) 693-1136.

On St. Croix sessions will be available daily - from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. - in the Campus Advising & Tutorial Services (CATS) office. Sessions for commuter students will be offered from 9 a.m. to midnight daily in the Residence Hall Seminar Room. Sessions for residential students will also be available in the Seminar Room from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily. Access will also be available 24/7 in the North West Wing Room 120 Computer Lab. Counseling for individuals experiencing text anxiety will be available by appointment. Call (340) 692-4187.

For more information on St. Thomas, contact (340) 693-1112. For more information on St. Croix, contact (340) 692-4181.

NIH Meeting on Aging Research Planned for St. Thomas and St. Croix in April

The U.S. Virgin Islands will host a National Institutes of Health (NIH) regional meeting on aging research in April. The meeting is designed to provide information on existing opportunities for research and training, provide hands-on technical assistance in grant writing, solicit advice on the design of new research opportunities, and gain strategies for recruiting underrepresented students and investigators to aging research.

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) and the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) Director's Regional Meeting will be held on April 7 and 8, on UVI's St. Thomas and St. Croix campuses concurrently, via video-conference. Individuals who should attend this meeting include health science professionals and students within health science research institutions with an interest in beginning or strengthening their aging research expertise and/or portfolio.

The featured speakers will be NIA Director Dr. Richard J. Hodes, NIMHD Director Dr. John Ruffin, Dr. James S. Jackson, a professor at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, and Dr. Gloria B. Callwood, director of the Caribbean Exploratory Research Center at the University of the Virgin Islands.

The application deadline is Friday, March 25, with registration available on-line. To register, visit the NIH website at http://www.nia.nih.gov/NewsAndEvents/2011DirectorsRegionalMtg.htm and click on Web Registration. For additional information on this meeting contact Andrea Griffin-Mann at (301) 496-0765 or send e-mail to griffinmanna@mail.nih.gov .

IRP Conducting National Survey of Student Engagement at UVI

UVI's Office of Institutional Research & Planning (IRP) has announced it will administer the 2011 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) at UVI in collaboration with the Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Research from Feb. 8 through March 23, 2011.

The survey is designed to collect feedback from UVI freshman and senior students on both campuses. It will focus on the quality of student interactions with faculty and peers, how students spend their time, and what they gain educationally from classes and other activities. The results will help the University to assess the quality of its undergraduate programs and show where improvement is needed. Students selected for the survey will receive customized letters of invitation and survey packages from the Provost. Those who respond to the survey by April 28, 2011, will be entered into a gift drawing.

The complete announcement is available from the IRP section of the UVI website - www.uvi.edu - and from this direct link . More about the NSSE is available from the NSSE website: www.nsse.iub.edu . Individuals with questions about the project or interest in using the project's results should contact Institutional Research & Planning at irp@uvi.edu .

Student Testing Notes...

Spring 2011 Computer Literacy Examination (CLE) Schedule Set for St. Croix

The schedule for Spring 2011 Computer Literacy Examinations (CLE) and the schedule for CLE Tutorials for UVI's St. Croix campus has been released.

Computer Literacy Examination Schedule

CLE C (03/09/2011) WED 12:00-02:00 p.m. NW133 Clavier M

CLE A (03/24/2011) THU 12:00-02:00 p.m. NW131 Clavier M

CLE D (04/09/2011) SAT 12:00-02:00 p.m. NW131 Clavier M

Computer Literacy Examination Tutorial Scheduled

CLE C (03/02/2011) WED 12:00-02:00 p.m. NW133 Clavier M

CLE D (04/02/2011) SAT 12:00-02:00 p.m. NW131 Clavier M

For more information contact Marthious Clavier at (340) 692-4090 or send e-mail to: mclavie@uvi.edu .

CLEP Test Schedule for Spring 2011 Announced for St. Croix Campus

College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests will be administered on the following schedule for the Spring 2011 semester on UVI's St. Croix campus.

Test Date Registration Deadline

Thursday, March 17, 2011 Friday, March 11, 2011

Thursday, April 14, 2011 Friday April 8, 2011

Students can register for the tests in the Access and Enrollment Services Office in Evans Center Room 811. Testing begins promptly at 9 a.m. on each test date. Latecomers will not be allowed to take the test. The cost associated with CLEP tests is $77 per test; make check or money order payable to CLEP. An additional administrative fee of $15 is payable to UVI prior to the test date. A separate check and/or money order must be written for each test. Cash will not be accepted. More information is available from this St. Croix Campus CLEP Guidelines link. Students can also call (340) 692-4103 or 692-4158 for additional information.

CLEP Test Schedule for Spring 2011 Announced for St. Thomas Campus

Students are advised that the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) test dates for the Spring 2011 semester have been finalized on the St. Thomas campus. CLEP tests will be administered on March 8, March 24 and April 11, in the CATS computer lab (CA Building Room 123). Students can register for the test at the Office of Access and Enrollment Services' front desk, located on the first floor of the Administration and Conference Center.

Test candidates must report to the test site no later than 9:30 a.m. on test days with appropriate identification and form of payment. Acceptable forms of identification include a current driver's license, state or federal ID, a current passport, tribal ID card, naturalization card or certificate of citizenship. The cost associated with CLEP is $77 (payable to College Board) per test and an additional administrative fee of $15 (payable to UVI prior to the test date). Payment must be made in the form of check, money order, or credit card; cash will not be accepted. More information is available from this St. Thomas Campus CLEP Guidelines link. Students can also send email to cmorris@uvi.edu for additional information.

English Proficiency Exam Slated for April 7 at UVI

UVI's Spring semester English Proficiency Exam (EPE) for the University is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. on April 7, 2011.

On St. Thomas, the test will be administered in Rooms 223, 224 and 225 of UVI's Sports and Fitness Center. Students should be prepared to present an I.D. in order to be admitted. Students must register for the EPE in the Access and Enrollment Office located in the Administration and Conference Center building. For more information on St. Thomas, contact Dr. Vincent Cooper at (340) 693-693-1351.

On St. Croix, the exam will be administered in Rooms 302, 303, 305, and 308 of the Evans Center. Students are required to register at the Enrollment and Access Office in Room 807. Two EPE workshops are scheduled on the St. Croix campus, from 4 to 6 p.m. on Friday, March 18, and from 4 to 6 p.m., on Friday, April 1. The workshop venue is Evans Center Room 716. For more information on St. Croix, please Dr. Valerie Combie at 692-4126.

MPA Comprehensive Exam Scheduled for April 8 at UVI

The University of the Virgin Islands will administer the Masters in Public Administration (MPA) Comprehensive Exam on Friday, April 8, 2011. The exam will be offered on both campuses. The rooms for the exam are to be announced. Candidates for the exam should contact Dr. Sunday Odezah no later than Monday, Feb. 28, 2011, at (340) 693-1283 or via e-mail to sodezah@uvi.edu .

UVI CELL Items...

UVICELL Offers Free Grant Writing Seminar

The University of the Virgin Islands' Community Engagement and Lifelong Learning (UVICELL) Center will offer a free seminar for anyone who has an interest in learning how to get grant funding. The seminar is titled Effective Proposal Development Process. It will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 10, at the UVICELL Center on St. Thomas.

The two-hour seminar will provide a brief overview on developing successful grant proposals and will serve as a precursor to the upcoming Grants and Proposal Writing Skills course which will also be offered in March. Participants will receive information on the entire grant writing process from laying the groundwork to reporting requirements.

For more information on this free seminar, call the UVICELL Center at 693-1100 or visit http://cell.uvi.edu.

Workshops for Human Resources Professionals Slated for March 16

The UVI Community Engagement and Lifelong Learning (CELL) Center and the American Management Association (AMA) will offer workshops titled Fundamentals of Human Resource Management from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16. On St. Croix, the session will be held at the Joseph A. Simpson Building, #23A Hospital Street in Frederiksted. On St. Thomas, the workshop will be held at the UVICELL Center on the St. Thomas Campus.

The workshop is part of a series being offered by the UVICELL in conjunction with the AMA. Participants will learn the essentials of key Human Resources functions such as implementing a results-based performance management system, writing job descriptions and specifications, developing cost-effective, competitive compensation and benefits programs, recruiting, selecting, and interviewing and hiring employees in compliance with federal and state laws.

For more information on the program or to register, call (340) 693-1100 or visit UVICELL on-line at http://cell.uvi.edu.

Intermediate Bookkeeping Course Offered by UVICELL

UVI's Community Engagement and Lifelong Learning (UVICELL) Center will offer a course for individuals interested learning bookkeeping in order to function as an entry-level bookkeeper or manage their own books.

On St. Thomas, Intermediate Bookkeeping will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays beginning March 29. On St. Croix, the course will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays starting March 30. All sessions will be held at the UVICELL Center on St. Thomas and the UVICELL Center in Frederiksted, St. Croix.

Participants will to prepare basic financial statements, journalize and post accrual, reconcile a bank statement, prepare payroll and much more.

For more information or to register, call the UVICELL Center at (340) 693-1100 or visit http://cell.uvi.edu.