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UVI's St. Croix bookstore goes online
The bookstore's home page will offer store hours, contact information, a sampling of books, clothing and computer hardware and software available through the St. Croix campus bookstore. The site can be located by clicking on the "Other UVI Sites" menu of the main UVI homepage at www.uvi.edu, or by clicking on bookstore.
Social Sciences to Sponsor Lecture on Forensic Psychology on June 25
Dr. Edward E. Johnson, a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, will deliver a lecture on forensic psychology at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 25, at the St. Croix Campus Student Center. Dr. Johnson received his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Colorado and has published more than 50 articles and presented over 200 papers on psychological assessment, community mental health, interpersonal relationships, stress, conflict reduction, effective listening, police officer and fire fighter selection, gambling addiction, psycho-social factors in medical and psychological practice. Forensic psychology is the application of the science of psychology to issues relating to law and the legal system. For more information contact Dr. Aletha Baumann at 692-4117.
High School/UVI Students Wanted for Peer Health Education Workshop
A peer Health Education Workshop in teen pregnancy and HIV/AIDS prevention will be offered to 25 V.I. high school and college students from July 14 to 18 at the St. Croix Campus. Participants must agree to share their experience and information in at least four presentations within the V.I. during the following year. Housing, meals and transportation will be provided. Interested students must sign up for screening interviews no later than Friday, June 27. For registration on St. Croix contact Nurse Justa Encarnicon at 692-4214, or e-mail her at tthomps@uvi.edu; for St. Thomas, contact Nurse Diane Ruan-Viville at 693-1124, or e-mail her at dbonell@uvi.edu.

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