University announces commencement speaker

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The President and Governors of the University of West Terrier are pleased to announce that Noreen will deliver the 2015 UWT Commencement Address.

Noreen has written the advice column, “Dear Noreen,” at The Mammalian Daily, for fifteen years. In June of 2012, she was invited to join the faculty at the University of West Terrier as adjunct professor in the Department of Human Studies.

In her rôle as adjunct professor, Noreen has published two academic articles in the prestigious Journal of Human Behaviour (JHB): “Not Just Skin Deep: On Human Belief Systems and Motivations,” and “How Dubious Wisdom Leads to Human Folly.” She continues to conduct research at the university and, last year, published her first book, Lovely To Look At: What Animals Should Know About Humans, which is intended for a general audience.

University announces new faculty appointment

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The President and Governors of the University of West Terrier are pleased to announce the appointment of Hermione Hippo as Assistant Professor in the School of Medicine.

A nurse and healer both by nature and vocation, Hermione brings with her many fine qualities and a wealth of experience that will benefit UWT students.

Hermione’s nursing career began at a zoological garden south of The Park. After deciding to head north, she arrived in The Park and immediately found employment with Dr. Bourru. In 2004, she accepted the position of head nurse at the Park Hospital for the Afflicted and Infirm, where she will continue to work. Among her credits are the containment of Small Ball Fever in 2007 and of Tulip-Related Illness in 2013.

Hermione will be a great asset to the School and to our student body. We are extremely happy that she has accepted our invitation and we are honoured to have her on staff.

Herman Stoat to speak at annual Open House January 29, 2015

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The President and Governors of the University of West Terrier are pleased to announce that renowned choreographer and dance company founder Herman Stoat will speak at the University’s annual Open House on January 29, 2015.

Stoat, a UWT alumnus and supporter, will talk about his UWT experience and the rôle that higher education plays in the arts. We look forward to welcoming the renowned dancer and choreographer and we invite all Park residents to attend the talk and to discover the world of the University of West Terrier.

Annual Open House • 29 January 2015

Snacks, beverages, and brochures will be available from 12:00 until 20:30

Department of Human Studies to expand curriculum

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Department of Human Studies to expand curriculum with new course

The President and Governors of the University of West Terrier and the head of the Department of Human Studies are pleased to announce the expansion of the Department’s curriculum in 2015.

The newest addition to the course curriculum in Human Studies will be Human Motivation (HS 207). Students who are attending the University and have completed at least one full year of study will be eligible to enrol in HS 207 as of September, 2015.

University of West Terrier grants leave of absence to Noreen

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University of West Terrier grants leave of absence to Noreen

The President and Governors of the University of West Terrier and the faculty of the University of West Terrier Department of Human Studies are pleased to announce that they have granted a leave of absence to Noreen, adjunct professor, Department of Human Studies, for the period of one semester.

The purpose of said leave is to allow Noreen the opportunity to promote her book. The leave of absence will begin September 15, 2014. Noreen will resume her duties at the University on January 12, 2015.

Questions regarding this announcement may be directed to: enquiries@uwt-edu.com

UWT School of Medicine, Park Hospital to open first Extinction Anxiety Clinic

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UWT School of Medicine, Park Hospital join together to open first Extinction Anxiety Clinic

The President and Governors of the University of West Terrier, the Head of the University of West Terrier School of Medicine and the Board of Directors of The Park Hospital for the Afflicted and Infirm are pleased to announce the opening of The Park’s first Extinction Anxiety Clinic.

The Extinction Anxiety Clinic (EAC), a joint venture between the two institutions, is a first of its kind in The Park. The Clinic’s mission is to diagnose and treat the symptoms of extinction anxiety in all species of Animals and to educate the public with regard to the effects of extinction anxiety on the health and well-being of Animals.

The University of West Terrier School of Medicine, in conjunction with The Park Hospital for the Afflicted and Infirm, has appointed as Head of the Extinction Anxiety Clinic renowned psychoanalyst Dr. Berthilidis Strix. Working alongside Dr. Strix will be Drs. Gudrun L. Gibbon and Elinore E. Owl, as well as other faculty members of  the University of West Terrier’s School of Medicine. Patients at the Clinic will also be treated by members of The Park Hospital’s distinguished staff of doctors, nurses, and community support workers.

The EAC will be housed inside the University of West Terrier. The Clinic is scheduled to open in January 2013.

University announces new faculty appointment

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The University of West Terrier announces new faculty appointment

The President and the Governors of the University of West Terrier are pleased to announce the appointment of Noreen as Adjunct Professor in the newly-established Department of Human Studies.

Noreen brings with her many fine qualities and a wealth of experience that will benefit UWT students. For over a decade, Noreen has served as The Park’s unofficial expert on Human behaviour, penning an advice column for The Mammalian Daily. She will be a great asset to the department and to our student body. We are extremely happy that she accepted our invitation and we are honoured to have her on staff.

 

UWT announces change in admission policy

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The President and Governors of the University of West Terrier are pleased to announce the following important change in the University’s admissions policy:

As of the academic year 2012-2013, the University of West Terrier will move from a system of undergraduate admission requirements to a system of academic maintenance requirements.

In keeping with the University’s policy of equal opportunity and inclusion, we believe this change in policy will allow University faculty to recognize and value more fully the differences among the species. We look forward to welcoming able students of all species and languages and to benefitting from their experience and ways of life.

UWT announces opening of Department of Interspecial Studies

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The President and the Board of Governors of the University of West Terrier are pleased to announce the opening of a new academic Department at the University.

In collaboration with the Leonardo Language and Culture Institute and commencing with the 2011-2012 academic year, the University of West Terrier will offer courses leading to a degree in the Department of Interspecial Studies.

A full list of course offerings will appear on this web site and in the UWT printed syllabus in August, 2011.