DWU Administration staff upgrade computer skills

Divine Word University administration staff upgraded their computing skills to assist students better at the Madang campus recently.

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Alumni participate in campus events

The Divine Word University (DWU) community is always pleased to see its graduates return to the university during its calendar events and on other occasions.

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Work of missionaries acknowledged

The history and legacy of Catholic missionary congregations who founded the Divine Word University, starting initially as the Divine Word High School in 1968, was on display at the Open Day on Sunday 6th May, 2018.

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Alumni Parliamentarian proud of DWU

A Former student of Divine Word University and now the Member for Madang Honourable Mr Bryan Kramer is proud of the transformation of his former university.

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Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences wins Open Day Award

The Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FASS) is the winner of the “best faculty display” award of the Divine Word University Open Day at the Madang Campus. The Open Day was held on Sunday 6th May, 2018.

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DWU hosts “best” Open Day

Divine Word University hosted a successful Open Day at the Madang Campus on Sunday 6th May, 2018.

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Former Chief Justice warns of media patronage by the powerful

A former Chief Justice of Papua New Guinea has decried the undue influence and patronisation of sections of the country’s media and public institutions by people in positions of power in the public and private sectors.

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Media Council president encourages student journalists

President of the Media Council of Papua New Guinea, Mr Neville Choi, has encouraged journalism students of Divine Word University to play an effective role in the media.

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Senior Journalist Praises Social Media

A senior journalist has described social media as a positive tool for journalism and freedom of the press, during Divine Word University’s celebration of World Press Freedom Day on Friday 4th May, 2018.

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Work of journalists crucial to democracy

Government, courts and law enforcement agencies need to protect the rights of journalists to freedom of expression and information and their safety.

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PhD on LNG landowner communication issues

The ongoing communication and engagement issues involving landowners in the Papua New Guinea Liquefied Natural Gas (PNG LNG) Project sites in Hela Province is the subject of a doctor of philosophy (PhD) study recently completed in Divine Word University.

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Graduates told to use ICT for positive change

Graduates of Divine Word University were encouraged to use advancing information and communication technologies (ICTs) to create positive changes in society.

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