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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Alumni host first major fundraiser

The Divine Word University alumni members hosted the first fundraising dinner at the Madang Resort Hotel in Madang town on Saturday 8th July, 2017.

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Somare praises self-reliance in DWU

Divine Word University was commended for being self-reliant and going out of its way to build its capacity over the years.

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Alumni support indicates commitment to DWU

Divine Word University graduates have been commended for kick-starting a fundraising drive to support their alma mater.

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Fashion designer and musician support alumni fundraiser

Two Divine Word University graduates Natasha Tamanabae and Stanley Mark assisted the recent alumni fundraising dinner in Madang through their respect passions, fashion design and music.

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Justice administration program relaunched

The Papua New Guinea Department of Justice and Attorney General (DJAG) has enrolled the second batch of students for its Diploma in Justice Administration (DJA) program offered through the flexible mode at the Divine Word University Madang Campus.

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Make good use of eLearning says Trawen

University students have been challenged to make use of eLearning opportunities for their benefit and that of the Papua New Guinea society and also be responsible with it.

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DWU enables lifelong success

Studying in Divine Word University provides one of the best opportunities for life-long success especially in an increasingly technology driven society.

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Journalism ethics and values emphasised

The role of journalism ethics and values in an era of technology-driven demand for instantaneous news were highlighted at the International Media Freedom Day celebrations at the Divine Word University Madang campus on Friday 5th May, 2017.

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Supporting gender equality in developing countries

Divine Word University played host to two high profile Australian leaders, Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP and Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Senator the Hon Concetta Fierravanti-Wells on Wednesday 8th of March, 2017.

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DWU offers training to Fisheries officers

Staff from the Department of Mathematics and Computing Science at Divine Word University conducted a 10-day Short Course on using
mathematical functions to model fisheries populations for professional staff from the PNG National Fisheries Authority in January.

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