Tropicana backs DWU Rabaul Campus

Long-time East New Britain business house Tropicana Ltd has donated K100,000 to the Rabaul Campus of Divine Word University and offered scholarships to two trainee teachers.

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Be good teachers and nurses, says Prof Gibbs

Graduating primary teachers and nurses at the Rabaul Campus of Divine Word University were urged to do well in their respective professional calling.

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Rabaul campus students reminded of the Cross

Final year students at the Divine Word University Rabaul Campus were reminded of the importance of the Cross during the Missioning Ceremony on Wednesday 29 November, 2017.

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Apply now for the DWU Doctor of Education (EdD) program

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Integrity is key, says Dame Meg Taylor

High profile Papua New Guinea diplomat, Dame Meg Taylor has urged outgoing Divine Word University (DWU) students to rise up and become somebody with integrity doing great things for their families, community, country and the world.

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Fruit of public private partnership

The Divine Word University community celebrated one of the successful outcomes of public private partnership in infrastructure development at the Madang Campus on Monday 11  September, 2017.

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Colourful display of cultures

The public in Madang town was treated to a colourful display of traditional Papua New Guinea cultures during the annual Cultural Day of Divine Word University on Saturday 19th August, 2017.

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Alumni and MP warns of poor role modeling

Member of Parliament for Madang and alumni of Divine Word University Mr Bryan Kramer has said that Papua New Guinea faces a crisis of bad role modeling by adults to the young generation and this must change.

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PhD candidates present pre-completion seminars

Two Doctor of Philosophy candidates in Divine Word University presented their pre-completion seminars at the Madang campus recently.

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Medical students on rural outreach

Second year Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) students of Divine Word University have planned weekend rural visits to remote villages in Madang Province. Two students KEVIN SENGI and JOE SILAS share their experiences of the rural visits.

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Cultural extravaganza coming

Divine Word University (DWU) Madang campus is gearing up for a feast of traditional singing and dancing on its Cultural Day on Saturday 19th August, 2017.

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