In This Issue:
- Spice Up Your Cooking This Christmas with Jamaican Recipes on Your iPhone
- UCC Degrees Get Official Stamp of Approval
- Volunteers Needed PR, Web Design & Developing
- Calendar of Events (December 7 – 11)
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Spice Up Your Cooking This Christmas with Jamaican Recipes on Your iPhone
- New, Jamaican Recipe App makes cooking Jamaican dishes easier than ever
Jamaicans.com, the award winning Jamaican website, today introduced its first application in the Apple App Store for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The application, “Jamaican Recipes” allows users to browse Jamaicans.com’s database of over 110 recipes with step by step cooking instructions and view a glossary of Jamaican foods.
“We’re pleased to bring our Jamaican recipe collection to the growing iPhone and iPod Touch community,” said Karen Lee, editor in chief at Jamaicans.com. “Everyone from novice cooks to experienced chefs will be able create these delicious Jamaican dishes at home or in their profession by using this app.”
The iPhone application allows users to view recipe’s ingredients when shopping, and prepare recipes from their iPhone and iPod Touch.
“Jamaican Recipes “App features:
- Tradition Jamaican recipes: Over 110 Jamaican recipes including Jerk Chicken, Jerk Pork and Beef Patties.
- Browse by Category: Browse popular Jamaican recipes by categories, from Appetizers, Deserts, Chicken, Seafood, Vegetarian, Seasonal and more.
- Food Glossary: A glossary of Jamaican and Caribbean Foods.
- Sending functionality: E-mail any recipe to yourself or to a friend.
- Stunning Photos and graphics: Gorgeous photography, graphics, and design make this app fun and enticing.
The Jamaican Recipes app provides your favorite Jamaican recipes at your fingertips with a few simple taps on your iPhone.
With the “Jamaican Recipes” application at your finger tips from your iPhone or iPod Touch, users can cook a delicious Jamaican meal with confidence.
The “Jamaican Recipes “application is available for $1.99 from Apple’s App Store on iPhone or iPod Touch or at http://www.itunes.com/appstore/.
CONTACT: X. Murphy, Jamaicans.com, Pines Boulevard, Suite 117 , Pembroke Pines, FL 33029. Phone: (954) 430-8736. Email: email@example.com. Website.
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UCC Degrees Get Official Stamp of Approval
All the eligible degree programmes offered by the University College of the Caribbean (UCC) have recently received the official stamp of approval from the University Council of Jamaica (UCJ), the government’s quality assurance body for higher educational institutions in Jamaica.
In welcoming this important milestone, UCC Executive Chairman and President, Winston Adams said it “will undoubtedly increase the marketability of the thousands of past and future graduates of UCC.” He added that the granting of full programmatic accreditation was “an expression of the continued confidence in the institution’s missions and goals, the quality of our faculty and students, our academic programmes and the level and appropriateness of our resources to deliver quality programmes.”
Vice-President of Academic and Student Affairs, Dr. Grace Turner said this latest accreditation of UCC’s degree programmes will result in several benefits to students.
“Government employees who study with us will be able to receive financial assistance from the government,” she noted. “A second benefit to UCC students is that they will now be able to receive financial aid from the Students’ Loan Bureau, which does not fund studies at institutions that are not listed as having accredited programmes,” Dr Turner disclosed.
A third benefit, she suggested, was that UCC graduates who have been denied promotion.
in government agencies, because their programmes of study were not yet accredited, may now be eligible to receive their promotions and any increments due. Dr Turner also noted that programmatic accreditation now made it much easier for UCC graduates to transfer credits and articulate into masters degree programmes offered by other local or international universities.
A total of six degree programmes offered by UCC have now been fully accredited by the UCJ.
They are the:
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Resource Management
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Informational Technology
- Associate of Science Degree in Business Administration
- Associate of Science Degree in Management Information Systems (MIS)
UCC is the first private independent university college in the region to have all its eligible degree programmes accredited, following the granting of institutional registration and recognition status in 2007 from the UCJ to develop, deliver and award degree programmes in business and related areas.
UCC was established in 2004 from a merger of the Institute of Management Sciences, and the Institute of Management and Production, totaling 33 years of providing tertiary education and training to mainly working professionals. The university has nine locations based in Kingston, May Pen, Montego Bay , Ocho Rios, Mandeville and Savanna-la-Mar.
Contact: Dr. Grace Turner, Vice-President – Academic and Student Affairs, Tel. 340-1843, 414-5407. Dr. Dameon Black, Associate Vice-President – Graduate and Undergraduate Studies, Tel. 509-0852, 511 3956.
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Volunteers Needed PR, Web Design & Developing
Jamaica Impact is looking for a few great volunteers to assist us with our Web Design & Developing and Public Relations needs. If you can volunteer please contact me via FB or eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Please pass this message on to anyone who may be interested,” said Tsahia Ayana Hobson.
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Calendar of Events (December 7 – 11)
- GARP: Caribbean Chapter Meeting, 7:15 am, The Coutleigh Hotel. Contact: email@example.com.
- JCAA’s Aviation Seminar, 8:30 am, Hilton Kingston Hotel. Contact: 501-9522 or 823-7135.
- BJ Staff Co-op: 22nd Annual General Meeting, 4:45 pm, Bank of Jamaica, Auditorium.
- UTECH’s Public Lecture, 5:30 pm, Utech Campus, LT23, Contact: 927-1680 ext 3204 (Mrs. Carol Newman-Rose) RSVP.
- P.M.I. Doctor Bird Chapter Meeting, 6:00 pm, Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. Contact: 946-0335.
- JSE: Best Practices Awards Banquet, 7:30 pm, Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org/ email@example.com, 967-3271.
- Digicel Business: ‘Connected Government’ Seminar, 8:00 am, Hilton Kingston Hotel. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- R.T.L: Customer Service Workshop, 9:00 am, Contact: Reborn Trainsulting. 631-0110/ 632-0111, email@example.com.
- PSOJ Members’ Luncheon, 12:00 pm, Hilton Kingston Hotel. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- NCBJ: Root Cause Analysis Workshop, 8:30 am, Kingston. Contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, 926-3140-5 ext 1218-9.
- ACCJ: ‘Christmas Luncheon Extravanganza’, 12:00 pm, Jamaica Pegasus Hotel,. Contact: email@example.com.
- NCBJ: Root Cause Analysis Workshop, 8:30 am, Kingston. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, Phone: 926-3140-5 ext 1218-9
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