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Dany Pen To Speak At Final ThinkFest Event

Dany Pen To Speak At Final ThinkFest Event

ThinkMedia announced that the next and final ThinkFest event, on Sunday, November 26, is a presentation entitled “Mental Health of Cambodian Survivors After the Khmer Rouge Genocide, Enslavement and Imprisonment: The Ethics of the Cambodian Language translated in Psychology” to be delivered by artist and MSc candidate Dany Pen. An educator, activist... Read more of this article

Author Chuck Collins To Speak On Living Wage

Author Chuck Collins To Speak On Living Wage

The Bermuda Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Bermuda Community Foundation [BCF] to host a breakfast panel discussion featuring international author Chuck Collins, an activist in the field of inequality and the wealth gap. The BCF is hosting Mr. Collins in Bermuda for a three-day visit during which he is scheduled to meet with a wide range... Read more of this article

Should Bermuda Care About Climate Change?

Should Bermuda Care About Climate Change?

Meteorology expert Dr Mark Guishard is to deliver a presentation on climate change at the next instalment of ThinkFest. The presentation, titled “Should Bermuda Care about Climate Change?” begins at 5 pm at the Bermuda College’s North Hall Lecture Theatre on Sunday, November 19. Mark Guishard, PhD, leads the Risk Prediction Initiative at the Bermuda... Read more of this article

Local Architectural Firm Talks Bermuda Design

Local Architectural Firm Talks Bermuda Design

Nearly 300 hospitality industry executives gathered recently at the Hamilton Princess for the seventh annual HVS Caribbean Hospitality Investment and Operations Summit, a conference dedicated to everything relating to investing in and operating hospitality in the Caribbean. A spokesperson said, “Local architectural firm OBM International [OBMI]... Read more of this article

Sherlock To Speak On Ghana At ThinkFest

Sherlock To Speak On Ghana At ThinkFest

Quinton Sherlock, MSc, made a name for himself in Bermuda as a golfer and now he is using golf to transform lives in the Republic of Ghana with his own youth development foundation. And residents will have an opportunity to hear of his work, its impact and reflect on the legacy of colonialism in the West African country at the next ThinkFest on November... Read more of this article

ISACA & IIA Bermuda Chapter Conference

ISACA & IIA Bermuda Chapter Conference

ISACA and IIA Bermuda Chapter will be hosting an annual conference entitled “Deconstructing Emerging Trends in Risk and Technology” on Friday, November 17 at the Hamilton Princess. A spokesperson said, “ISACA and IIA Bermuda Chapter are jointly hosting the annual conference entitled “Deconstructing Emerging Trends in Risk and Technology”... Read more of this article

Philanthropy Workshop To Be Held November 10

Philanthropy Workshop To Be Held November 10

The Association of Professional Fundraisers [Bermuda Chapter], in partnership with the Centre on Philanthropy, will be holding a half-day workshop by James Hodge titled ‘Shifting Philanthropy – From Raising Money to Deepening Meaning’ on November 10. Bermuda AFP Chapter President Jennifer Burland Adams said, “As we look at the profession of... Read more of this article

‘Branding Your Business’ Seminar On Nov 1st

‘Branding Your Business’ Seminar On Nov 1st

The Bermuda Economic Development Corporation [BEDC] will host the Branding Your Business Seminar as the first event for Global Entrepreneurship Month. This seminar is designed to help entrepreneurs determine how to establish a well thought out brand and leverage it to ensure business success. The seminar will be held at The Cathedral Hall on Church... Read more of this article

Dr. Kenneth Hardy To Speak On Race & Trauma

Dr. Kenneth Hardy To Speak On Race & Trauma

Dr. Kenneth Hardy, family clinician, will be once again visiting the island from October 22 to October 27, hosted by Family Centre to provide training to the Department of Education school staff and the Inter Agency Committee for Children and Families members on “Unmasking Trauma”. A spokesperson said, “Dr. Hardy will also provide part two... Read more of this article

Friends of Hospice Set To Host ‘Being Mortal’

Friends of Hospice Set To Host ‘Being Mortal’

Friends of Hospice is getting set to present “Being Mortal: Continuing the Conversation on Death and Dying” on Saturday [Oct 21] from 3.00pm to 5.30pm at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Paget. A spokesperson said, “Friends of Hospice hosted the viewing the PBS Frontline documentary – Being Mortal based on the book by the same name by Dr.... Read more of this article

Math Of Invading Fish, Hostile Bacteria, Election

Math Of Invading Fish, Hostile Bacteria, Election

ThinkFest 2017 continues at the Bermuda College’s North Hall Lecture Theatre on Sunday October 22 with The Mathematics of Invading Fish, Hostile Bacteria and an Election – a talk by Kevin Minors. An overview of his recently completed PhD thesis at the University of Bath, Minors’ talk will reveal key breakthroughs on aspects of fish biology,... Read more of this article

“Speak Up Overcome Survive” On Nov 18th

“Speak Up Overcome Survive” On Nov 18th

Restoration House Ministries International is getting set to present “Speak-up Overcome Survive” on November 18th, with this year’s topic will address “abuse, violence and trafficking encountered in our community.” The event announcement said, “Now presenting its 7th conference in the He Loves Me Series, Restoration House Ministries,... Read more of this article

BZS Lecture: “Introduction To Bermuda’s Bees”

BZS Lecture: “Introduction To Bermuda’s Bees”

The latest installment in the Bermuda Zoological Society lecture series will see a talk presented by Mr. Tom Sinclair on the topic of “Introduction to Bermuda’s Bees.” The lecture will take place on Thursday, October 19 at 7.00pm, with doors opening at 6.30pm. The event is free and open to the public, with a donation of $5 “gratefully accepted.” The... Read more of this article