IAU/CARCIP Graduation Ceremony


The Caribbean Communications Infrastructure Program (CARCIP), an initiative of the Ministry of Public Service, Information, and Broadcasting in conjunction with International American University, hosted a 5 month..

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Indian Student Association at International American University, Presented the Biggest Event for the Semester- Diwali on12th November 2016. Diwali festival signifies the victory of light over darkness..

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his semester, IAU’s chapter of the American Medical Student’s Association conducted three community clinics. Locals and even visitors took part in two free clinics in Vieux Fort and one in Micoud. The clinics were able to serve a large part of the local community with providing blood sugar readings, medical students conducted heart and lung […]

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Students & Faculty Donate Books to Vieux Fort Library


The Vieux Fort Library has been experiencing a shortage of current books for some time. The IAU community has volunteered to bring books from home, on their way back from semester break to help our friends across the street from campus. Donated books ranged from science to romance novels, and popular children’s books authored by Dr. […]

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Summer 2016 White Coat Ceremony


IAU welcomed new students during it’s White Coat Ceremony on May 6, 2016. Students, after receiving their white coats, recited the Hippocratic Oath. The oath states and outlines obligations and proper conduct for physicians in training. Guest speaker for the WCC was Mr. Eldridge Stephens, OBE a Former Saint Lucia High Commissioner. The White Coat […]

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Celebrating Men’s Health Month


The International American University chapter of AMSA recently celebrated National Men’s Health Month. The AMSA team and IAU student leaders organized health screenings, fairs and other outreach activities to encourage early detection and treatment of such diseases like diabetes or hypertension among the male population. The group provided information as well as suggested to all […]

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Diabetes & Hypertension Screenings at the Vieux Fort Police Station


A cadre of semester four International American University medical students participated in health screenings at the Vieux Fort Police Divisional Headquarters, located near the IAU campus. Students were welcomed by management and given an area in the center of the station, so they could easily interview and screen officers as they changed shifts. Police officers […]

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