Back fourth left: Mr Bradford Rainey, Executive Director; back fifth left: Ms Charlene Gunter, Director South Africa; kneeling first left: Mr Stephan Gericke, Head office; back third left: Mrs Karen Suter, Chapter Advisor PMB; back fourth right: Ms Sheri Seetal, Chapter Advisor Westville and Executive members Golden Key UKZN.
From left, PhD student at Germany’s Bayreuth University, Mr Robin Hecht; UKZN’s Professor Keyan Tomaselli; DVC Teaching and Learning at Bayreuth University, Professor Stefan Jablonski; Dr Ulf Vierke of Bayreuth University; and UKZN’s Professor Lindy Stiebel.
Dean of Research, Professor Urmilla Bob, recently hosted a congratulatory lunch for six UKZN women scientists honoured at the Department of Science and Technology Women in Research (DST WISA) awards ceremony.
Three Environment Law postgraduate students presented their research responding to legal challenges in the context of Sustainable Development in South Africa at the Environmental Law Conference held at the
PhD Student, Mr Kamleshan Pillay, has won a prestigious Chevening Scholarship enabling him to read for an Mphil in Environmental Policy at Wolfson College which is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge in England.
South African Poet, Novelist and Critic, Professor Stephen Gray, was at the Centre for African Literary Studies (CALS) on the UKZN Pietermaritzburg campus recently to carry out research and to address an English Studies
The School of Arts recently hosted their Information day for prospective postgraduate students at the Centre for Jazz and Popular Music in Durban and in the Colin Webb Hall on the Pietermaritzburg campus.