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Prof. Clement K. Sankat

Pro-Vice-Chancellor University of West Indies
Location: St. Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago


Professor Clement Sankat is a member of the Executive Management Team of The University of the West Indies (UWI) and is currently Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Campus Principal of St. Augustine Campus. He was previously Pro-Vice-Chancellor Graduate Studies, Dean and Deputy Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Campus Coordinator, School for Graduate Studies and Research. He is a Senior member of the Academic staff of the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering of the Faculty of Engineering, UWI, St. Augustine Campus and is a registered professional Mechanical/Agricultural Engineer with the Board of Engineering of Trinidad and Tobago. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree (First Class Honours) and Master’s in Mechanical Engineering from The UWI and a Doctorate from the University of Guelph’s School of Engineering (Canada). He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng), a Fellow of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers (FIAgrE) of the UK and a Fellow of the Association of Professional Engineers of Trinidad and Tobago (FAPETT). He is currently Chairman of the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business (ALJGSB), member of the Board of Directors of Metal Industries Company (MIC), Caribbean Industrial Research Institute (CARIRI) and the Trinidad Guardian.