Rural health students go bush

Divine Word University (DWU) hosted a workshop for stakeholders on placement of its Bachelor of Rural Health students for practical work in rural health facilities in parts of the country recently.

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More civil servants study

Secretary of the Department of Personnel Management (DPM), Mr John Kali was in Divine Word University (DWU) Madang campus recently and presented tuition and boarding fees for public servants studying under the Public Sector Workforce Development Program (PSWDP).

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Games award presentation

The Student Representative Council (SRC) of Divine Word University presented trophies and the report of the recent Papua New Guinea University Students Games to the University administration.

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Bank promotes careers

The Bank of Papua New Guinea (BPNG) representatives were in Divine Word University (DWU) on Thursday, 16th of July, 2014 for the annual  career roadshow of the bank.

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New postgraduate accommodation

Divine Word University (DWU) has just added another double-storey accommodation complex for students at its Coronation Drive campus along the picturesque Astrolabe Bay seafront in Madang.

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Staff gain from research workshop

Staff of Divine Word University (DWU) who are members of the Papua New Guinea-Australia Alumni Association (PNGAAA) took part in a successful Research Analysis and Report Writing Workshop at the Madang campus recently.

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Vaccination against measles

Divine Word University (DWU) has been carrying out vaccination of its students and staff and their families against measles at the Madang campus over the past several days.

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Mosquito nets for students

The Madang Provincial Health Division has donated 17 bales of mosquito nets to students of Divine Word University to use in their dormitories.

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NCD subsidises fees

The governor of National Capital District (NCD), Mr Powes Parkop delivered a cheque of over K82,000 to Divine Word University’s Madang campus as tuition fee subsidy for students from the capital city.

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Students praised for promoting culture

Students from Central Province and their neighbours from Motu-Koitabu in the National Capital District at Divine Word University were praised for using creative means to keep their traditional cultural identity alive.

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Diwai rugby 7s girls win

A member of the Papua New Guinea Palais train-on squad side, Maureen Karo led the Divine Word University Diwai rugby union 7s side to beat the University of PNG girls in the grand final at the 3rd PNG University Students Games in Goroka on Friday 20th June, 2014.

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Communication Arts students attend industry workshop

 Five Bachelor of Communication Arts (CA) students from Divine Word University (DWU) attended the 4th annual Media Workshop sponsored by the Papua New Guinea Chamber of Mines and Petroleum in Madang recently.

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