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    • Adventures in Discovery

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      Adventures in Discovery is the first Caribbean Science documentary in High Definition (HD). The 25-minute educational documentary was produced by Dr. Shirin Haque, Head of the Department of Physics at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus. Her several academic achievements serve as an aspiration for all of us.

      Dr. Haque is passionate about teaching and learning and that shines through in her work. Receiving three awards for excellence in teaching she is a powerful influence to those around her. In 2002, she received the UWI Guardian Life Premium Teaching Award. She was given the Distinguished Teacher Award from the Association of Atlantic Universities in 2004 and in 2005 brought her the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence.

      Prepare yourself for an adventure as the well-educated and inspirational, Dr. Haque examines the science in the Caribbean. She will open your eyes as she explores the impact it is having on our lives . From exploring the caves in the underground of Barbados to the flying high over a volcano in Montserrat, Adventures in Discovery takes you on a thrilling Caribbean odyssey.

      The University of the West Indies was the main source of funding for the film. Dr. Bruno Mitchell, Republic Bank Limited, and TCL contributed as well. It features music from the group Jewels of Nature. Terry Sampson, a colleague of Dr. Haque’s directed the film.


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      Published on July 28, 2010 · Filed under: Science, Technology
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    • Martin O’Brien

      Interesting if a bit slow paced. Nice to have a look at the scientific work around in the Caribbean. Will keep an eye out for other science documentaries from the region.