Partnership needed to grow human capital

A concerted effort is required to unearth the potential that is in people to help grow the economy of Papua New Guinea, said the President of Divine Word University Professor Cecilia Nembou.

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Madang campus gets four new staff houses

Divine Word University (DWU) welcomed the opening of four new staff houses in its Madang campus built through funding from the Government of Papua New Guinea on Saturday 20th August, 2016.

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Veteran journo and blogger win DWU award

A veteran pioneer journalist and a blogger are the winners of the 2016 Divine Word University Media Excellence Award.

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Public servant wins DWU Alumni of the Year Award

The Director of Human Resource in the Southern Highlands Provincial Administration Mr Andrew Mclymbie Tipi Peke is the winner of the 2016 Divine Word University Distinguished Alumni of the Year Award.

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Polish community shares its culture and history

The Polish Community in Papua New Guinea opened an exhibition about their country in Madang on Friday 8th July, 2016.

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DWU managers attend leadership and management workshop

Academic and administrative leaders of Divine Word University participated in a two-day “leadership and management” workshop in the Madang campus on the first week of July, 2016.

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Collective effort key to teacher education

Primary teacher training and education more generally can build on from the successes and lessons of the past and advance into the future through a collective effort by stakeholders.

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Business Studies win debate

The Business Studies Department students are the winners of the inter-department debate organised by the 2016 Student Representative Council at the main campus of Divine Word University in Madang.

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Rural clinic hosts HEO students

The Heart of Mary Health Centre in Alexishafen in Madang has been hosting Health Extension Officer (HEO) students from Divine Word University (DWU) for their regular “clinical placement” work.

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PNG needs more doctors

The dire need for doctors and health services in the rural parts of Papua New Guinea where the majority live was highlighted in the annual Open Day of Divine Word University in Madang on Sunday, 1st May, 2016. 

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Successful Open Day

Divine Word University staged a successful Open Day at its newly opened St John Paul II Community Centre in the Madang campus today, Sunday 01st May 2016.

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Open Day to showcase DWU

The Divine Word University (DWU) Madang campus is looking forward to its annual Open Day on Sunday 1st May, 2016.

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