The University of Belize (UB) is inviting offers from the public for the following vehicles:
ZX AUTO- GRAND TIGER PICK UP TRUCK 2011
NISSAN URVAN VAN 2012
FORD PICK UP TRUCK 2001
TOYOTA COASTER BUS 2007
TOYOTA RAV 4 SUV 2011
MITSUBISHI MONTERO SUV 2007
TOYOTA HILUX PICK UP TRUCK 2008
Interested persons can view the vehicles at the University’s Belmopan Campus located at Hummingbird Avenue in the City of Belmopan, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday.
UB reserves the right to reject any offer and to suspend this call for offers at any time, and will not be responsible for any costs associated with the preparation of that candidate/s offer.
Offers are to be made in writing and addressed to:
University of Belize
City of Belize, Belize
ATTN: Director of Finance
Closing Date is Friday, April 29, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.
Kindly note the vehicles are being sold “As Is” and accepted offers are final.
PR – UB: The Virtual Model Organization of American States (MOAS)
April 20, 2022
For Immediate Release
UB: The Virtual Model Organization of American States (MOAS)
On April 6th 2022, six delegates from the University of Belize completed the three-day Virtual Model Organization of American States (MOAS) General Assembly for the English-Speaking Caribbean and Historically Black Universities. The delegates included: Maslin Hanson, Mark Woodye, Pedro Cal, Joshua Seguro, Jaden Coleman and Collin Smith. They were mentored by Ms. April Martinez, History Lecturer and Ms. Lynmara Rosado Social Sciences Lecturer.
The MOAS is a simulation of the OAS General Assembly in which university students represent delegations of the OAS member states. The primary purpose of the MOAS is to promote democratic values and acquaint students with the role and structure of the OAS and the Inter-American agenda. Students are provided with the opportunity to explore major political, economic, social, and security issues impacting the Western Hemisphere, experience diplomacy as a tool for problem-solving, and develop intercultural awareness. The MOAS thus serves as a platform to coach and develop the leaders of today and tomorrow.
The University of Belize delegates were tasked with representing the Republic of Haiti and placed into one of three committees – the General Committee (GC), Committee on Juridical and Political Affairs (CAJP), and the Inter-American Council for Integral Development (CIDI) – in order to tackle judicial, economic, political, health, and education issues of the region and to create resolutions on them. Delegates had the opportunity to work with students from other Caribbean countries and learn how different cultures work alongside each other. To culminate the MOAS, an election is held to appoint committee members to lead next year’s MOAS. One of our delegates, Mr. Jaden Coleman, was elected Vice-Chair of the CIDI Committee, automatically placing him as one of the University of Belize’s representatives in next year’s MOAS.
This year’s Virtual Model OAS was hosted by The Organization of American States and Howard University. The University of Belize’s Office of Student Affairs and advisors Mrs. Lynmara Rosado-Lino and Ms. April Martinez provided key assistance to our delegates.
The University of Belize congratulates Mr. Jaden Coleman on his election and extends warm congratulations to Ms. Maslin Hanson, Mr. Mark Woodye, Mr. Pedro Cal, Mr. Joshua Seguro, and Mr. Collin Smith, for exemplary performance at this year’s MOAS. U.B. also gives public gratitude to our esteemed lecturers who mentored the students; Ms. April Martinez and Ms. Lynmara Rosado.
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Join the Conversation – The State of Belize in the World: Monarchy, Justice, and a Future Republic?
The University of Belize
“The State of Belize in the World: Monarchy, Justice, and a Future Republic?”
Dr. Dylan VernonMs. Dominique NoralezMr. Dino Gutierrez
Join Us on Zoom
Meeting ID: 859 9346 1321Passcode: 147025
April 29, 2022 | 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Watch Live on Facebook at University of Belize
Don’t miss it!
For more information please email [email protected]
Important Notice – Early Registration for 2021-3 Summer Semester
April 19, 2022
From the Office of the Registrar
Early Registration for 2021-3 Summer
The Office of the Registrar takes this opportunity to let students know early registration for the 2021-3 Summer Semester is currently ongoing.
Students may register from today up to Sunday, April 24, 2022 via the Student Portal at https://registration.ub.edu.bz/search.cfm.
Should you have any queries, kindly contact the Records Department at [email protected].
Thank you for your attention.
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Leadership Search: Vice President
The University of Belize is seeking a VICE PRESIDENT to support the effort to transform itself into a vibrant national institution committed to sustaining the continuing development of Belize.
Reporting to the President, who carries overall responsibility for the functioning of the institution, the Vice President is responsible for the day-to-day management of, and medium-term planning for, the academic operations of the University. The post carries specific oversight responsibility for the teaching and research operations and management of the individual faculties and other academic units, including ensuring adequate staffing of teaching and research positions, and including the management of campus operations at Central Farm and Punta Gorda, and the Environmental Research Institute. The Vice President is also responsible for supervising the operations of the Student Affairs Office, the Office of the Registrar, the Office of Quality Assurance and the Library. A critical requirement of the post is the establishment and maintenance of arrangements for ensuring the highest possible levels of academic quality in the teaching outcomes of the institution, for ensuring relevance in the content of courses and programmes offered by the University, and for ensuring the highest quality in teaching delivery and harnessing research.
The ideal candidate would be performance-focused, output- and outcome-oriented, people-friendly, and willing and capable of encouraging high-level performance from subordinates. Emphasis in candidate-selection would be placed on a demonstrated track-record.
- Doctoral degree and a record of excellence in teaching, research and service;
- Proven academic leadership skills; willingness and ability to lead, manage, motivate and counsel faculty members and administrators;
- Demonstrated experience in the design, development, organisation, management and evaluation of teaching curricula; knowledge of the maintenance of curricula relevance; and knowledge of teaching delivery methods and the evaluation of teaching delivery effectiveness, including distance delivery;
- Experience in the development of tertiary-level academic policies as they affect faculty, students, and non-academic staff;
- Experience in administration in tertiary-level institutions, including staffing, budgeting, and multi-year operational planning and the oversight of institutional activities;
- Experience in the conduct and management of research activities.
- Impeccable integrity;
- People-centred with outstanding interpersonal communications skills with a demonstrated ability to develop strategic partnerships;
- A proven leader and skilled manager with an inclusive leadership style who will empower faculty, staff and students to think creatively;
- Ability to inspire trust and confidence, while building consensus within the institution;
- Ability to interact effectively with organizations as the face and voice of the University, acting as the advocate for the institution’s mission to drive national development, and attracting needed resources;Ability to work in a non-partisan way with all stakeholders;
- A persuasive leader who will work with the Office of Institutional Advancement, faculty, staff and the Alumni Association in the development of donor prospects;
- Strong focus on the delivery of the highest possible quality of the main University product: the student graduate; and
- Commitment to the establishment and maintenance of the highest level of academic quality.
While operations at UB are conducted in English, a working knowledge of Spanish would be useful.
Compensation And Terms of Engagement
This is a full-time contractual appointment. Compensation and terms of engagement will be competitive with those associated with posts carrying similar breadth of responsibilities at institutions in the region similar to the University of Belize.
Applications To Be addressed to
Major Lloyd Jones (Ret’d) MBA, MSc.
Board of Trustees
Head of the Vice President’s Selection Committee
University of Belize
Belmopan City, Cayo District
Belize, Central America
Email: [email protected]
Candidates should include a cover letter, detailed curriculum vitae, and copies of relevant degrees and certificates. To expedite the applications process, candidates are asked to include also the names, addresses, and electronic contact information (including telephone numbers) of five (5) referees (two persons who report directly to the candidate, two persons to whom the candidate reports directly, and one faculty member from the current or a former educational institution). The University of Belize must have authorization from candidates to contact the identified referees.
Queries may be addressed to: [email protected]
For More information About the University of Belize: www.ub.edu.bz
Deadline to Apply is Monday, May 9, 2022
UB Virtual Summit 2022
The Faculty of Health Sciences Presents
UB Virtual Summit 2022
“Mental Health Series”
Day 1: 8:00a.m. – 5:00 p.m. | Day 2: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Commemorating the signing of an MOU with California Baptist University
IMPORTANT NOTICE – Students with Overdue Balances
March 8, 2022
From Department of Finance
Students with Overdue Balances
The Budget & Finance Department takes this opportunity to remind students that 50% of this semester’s billing, i.e. 2021-2, was due on Feb. 28, 2022. Students who have not yet met this payment are kindly asked to do so to avoid any financial blocks.
Moodle blocks will come into effect today, March 8, 2022 for students with 0% payments to their accounts. Students with blocked accounts will need to meet 50% payment or provide an acceptable form of third-party sponsorship (MOE- grant Letter, DFC or any financial institution approved loan letter, Other approved sponsors) for their Moodle blocks to be deactivated.
Students are advised to contact the accounts office via the accounts receivables email: [email protected] and provide a copy of their receipts for the Moodle block to be lifted.
Thank you for your attention.
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A Message from the Office of the Vice President
February 15, 2022
From Office of the Vice President
Review of Academic Programs
The University of Belize will be conducting the formal evaluation of its academic programs over the next three years as required by its process for program review. These reviews, which occur every five years at the faculty level ,are intended to ensure that programs continue to meet their objectives within the context of the University’s mission and purpose.
The review results in the preparation of a
■ Self-study report, using academic standards in five areas:
→ Curriculum and Assessment
→ Physical Plant and Financial Resources
→ Governance and Administration
■ External peer review team report, and
■ Quality enhancement plan.
Currently, the Certificate in Practical Nursing is undergoing this formal program review process.
Thank you for your attention to this notice.
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FEA Internship Announcement for August 2022
February 10, 2022
From the Faculty of Education and Arts
FEA Internship Announcement for August 2022
Dear Prospective FEA Students Planning to Do Internship in August of 2022:
Kindly note you can request your electronic copy of the Internship Application form at [email protected]
Deadline for Completed Application Forms is Friday, April 29, 2022
Kindly return completed forms to [email protected]
*Students enrolled in the Associates program must complete ALL courses in order to qualify for internship*
*Students enrolled in the Bachelors and Diploma program must complete ALL methods courses and have no more than TWO general core in order to qualify for internship*
Thank you for your attention to this announcement.
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A Message from the President
To Mark the Start of a New Semester and New Year
My Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:
It is with an optimistic mind and open heart that I welcome you to this new semester and to 2022, the year we configure our new normal at your National University. I trust you had a relaxing break from the challenges of last year and have prepared to forge into this new semester with renewed focus and resilience. May you all continue to convert the challenges of the pandemic into strengthened character and may your improved selves heighten your respect for and sustenance of the human condition all around you. The best lesson I have taken from 2021 is the need for us to be more caring of ourselves and of those around us. We are reminded with every breath how much we are social beings and must work together for the community to succeed, thrive and survive. Let us use our renewed commitment to personal success and growth to combine our energies and see our dear university achieve the glory of optimal performance.
During this semester, I look forward to guiding the construction of a new strategic plan for the entire university system and I invite each of you to look for more information about our inclusive process and how you can place your mark on its development. Our Interim Vice President, Dr. Sherlene Enriquez-Savery, is leading another initiative this semester that will assess the relevance and strength of each of our academic programs. These studies will also include faculty and student inputs as well as those of industry and public stakeholders. The results of this initiative will chart our program delivery for the next ten years while assuring success in our long-standing quest for academic accreditation. You will hear more about our accreditation application as we prepare our presentations to the Southern Accreditation Council in the United States (SACS).
Students, we will slowly re-build our services and support programs for designed especially for you as we look forward to re-opening our campuses in August of this year. We thank our vibrant and resolute student governments for all they continue to do in the middle of adversity and look forward to continuing to work with them to improve everyone’s university experience. I ask each of you to focus on what you have available in your lives and at UB to help you achieve your education goals rather than focusing on what you don’t have or what you miss. Continue to use our established avenues to communicate your questions, concerns, recommendations or gratitude to your faculty, support staff or administration. As we work together this semester with our renewed commitment to taking care of each other, may you find that every day we can rebuild our existence so that it is more fruitful, resilient and impacting. That is my dream for all our new normal at the University of Belize.
I wish you all a very productive and fulfilling semester. Let us all take courage and inspiration from the silver lining that gets bigger every week around whatever dark clouds may appear in our lives.
All the best for 2022!
Dr. Vincent Palacio
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