Nursing the Whole Person

2015 Symposium

Recognize, Know and Ascend in Your Spirituality

On St. Thomas: Tuesday, April 7th, 2015:  4pm to 7:30pm in the Administration Conference Center (1st Fl)
On St. Croix: Wednesday, April 8th, 2015: 4pm to 7:30pm in the Great Hall on the Albert A. Sheen Campus

4pm- 5:30pm:       Distinguished Panel on Recognizing Spirituality
5:30pm-7:30pm:   Presentations & Media Talks on:
* Keynote Address by Elder John Mason- ASCENSION/ IGOKE
*Griot Presentation by Nana Farika Berhane- ANCESTRAL  MESSAGES: From Africa Rising & More
*Interactive Lecture by Dr. Lonnie Hudspeth- Cultivating Spirituality in the Workplace: A Catalyst for Inspiring & Engaging Employees
*Community Forum on "Knowing & Using Spiritual Knowledge for Personal Development & Ascension"

Pre-registration is requested.  Light Refreshments.


2011 Symposium

Issues of Race and Gender in Bible Translation: Interfacing with Spirituality

Presented at the Symposium on Spirituality and Professionalism, University of the Virgin Islands
Monday, April 18, 2011

By: Gosnell L. Yorke (Ph.D.), Dean of Graduate Studies and Professor of Biblical Studies and Bible Translation, Northern Caribbean University, Jamaica; and Adjunct Professor, College of Human Sciences, Department of New Testament, University of South Africa.



2010 Symposium

A Teaching Perspective - Spirituality and Professionalism Symposium, March 2010
Rosalie Dance, Ph.D. - Associate Professor of Mathematics, University of the Virgin Islands

Full Abstract | PowerPoint Presentation

Abstract: I will discuss two aspects of this topic as they relate to my practice. First, choosing a profession is one of the most important decisions we make in our lives. Making that choice based on my core beliefs was important for me, and choosing among the opportunities that came my way throughout my professional career using the same reasoning equally important. Second, as a teacher, recognizing that many of my students were not achieving their full potential due to factors that related to neither their mathematical ability nor, in some cases, their effort, I have tried to help students to strengthen their self-confidence and to find an inner calm in which to work.