Cultural Day a hit

The Divine Word University (DWU) annual Cultural Day at the Madang campus once again attracted a large crowd on Saturday 23rd August.

Read more

DWU awards journalists

A well-known local television journalist in Papua New Guinea, Mr Scott Waide is the winner of the Divine Word University Media Excellence Award in the television broadcast category.

Read more

Seek wisdom of God

Divine Word University staff and students were called onto to seek the wisdom from God to continue the great work of the University so far for the betterment of Papua New Guinea.

Read more

Fee subsidy for Jiwaka students

The new province of Jiwaka is embarking on developing its human resource capacity by subsidising fees for its students at various tertiary institutions.

Read more

DWU Cultural Day 2014

Read more

Student saves mother and child

Young rural mother, Grace Tambor would have encountered complications and even die if it was not for a final year rural health (Health Extension officer - HEO) student from Divine Word University (DWU) who assisted her to deliver her first born child on the high seas between Rai Coast and Madang town.

Read more

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.

Read more

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).

Read more

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.

Read more

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.

Read more

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.

Read more

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.

Read more

Subcategories