Vice President Jewel Howard -Taylor says Library is a critical component of Educational process of Liberia. According to her research, is now a challenge among the students populace of Liberia due to the unavailability of Libraries across all cities and communities in the country.
Authorities of the University of Liberia (UL) have set the launch of Liberia’s first ever time capsule on October 30, 2019. A time capsule is a sealed container with a collection of documents/material culture that is opened after a specified number of years. Time capsules convey particular memories to future generations.
Hungary Commits US$50M Grant to Liberia’s Development Initiatives - Promises 10 Fully Funded Scholarships AnnuallyWednesday, 09 October 2019 08:41 Written by Staff Writer
The Government of Hungary has committed to providing a US$50 Million Grant to the Government of Liberia with additional plans of signing corporation agreements in several sectors.
As members of the 54th National Legislature are gradually clearing their desks towards the start of their agriculture break hopefully this week, the august body is said to be pre-occupied with lots of legislative works, amongst which include the proposed bill which was proffered by District#2, Montserrado County lawmaker, Rep. Lt/Col. Jimmy W. Smith for the establishment of the Johnsonville Community College in his district for the first time in the history of the part of the Country.
A new college by the named and styled: “Honors College of Research and Interdisciplinary Studies” has been added to the University of Liberia (UL), bringing to eight the number of colleges in the University’s undergraduate academic programs.
Ahead of the centenary graduation of the University of Liberia, the administration of the institution has earmarked two major projects; a printing press and a time capsule.
The China aided Klay Agriculture Vocational Training Center (KAVTC) has graduated 84 young Liberians under its Bamboo and Rattan Weaving and Vegetable Planting Technique Program.
The head of the West African Examination Council Liberia office, Mr. Dale Gbotoe, has said preparation leading to the release of the WASSCE exams is well on course.