UKZN Volleyball Team wins Gold
The UKZN Men’s Volleyball team were recently named the national champions of the University Sport South Africa (USSA) National Institutional Volleyball Championships.
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Graduate School of Business and Leadership’s Postdoctoral fellow, Dr Naveen Bandari’s paper: “Challenges of Managing Organisational Culture: A Study on Indian IT and ITES Industry” earned him the Best Paper Award at the International Conference on Innovation and Business Management held in India.
PhD candidate in Art History at the Centre for Visual Art (CVA) on UKZN’s Pietermaritzburg Campus, Mr Mathodi Motsamayi, attended the 2015 Soil Ecology Society meeting at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs in the United States.
Dean and Head of the School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences (SAEES), Professor Albert Modi, addressed a multidisciplinary group of students from all over South Africa at the 17th Habitable Planet Workshop on the Westville campus of UKZN.
Classics doctoral student, Ms Sonja Gammage, has been awarded an NRF innovation scholarship as well as the prestigious Classical Association of South Africa’s Vogel Award to conduct research for her doctorate at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.
A Lecturer in the isiZulu Discipline on the Edgewood Campus, Ms Tholani Hlongwa, is currently working with the Siyakhuluma Project, a Durban-based educational non-profit organisation which teaches isiZulu and English at community and corporate levels.
The Durban Art Deco Society (DADS) recently visited the Howard Davis Memorial College building and the Memorial Tower Building to view, discuss and marvel at the intricate architecture of the historical buildings.
“Local Government and the new Sustainable Development Goals: Implementing the Post-2015 Development Agenda”, 2015-2030 was the topic of a round table discussion with Dr Carl Wright, Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Local Government Forum at the School of Management, Information Technology and Governance.
In an effort to foster inter-departmental collaboration and develop institutional research capacity, the University Teaching and Learning Office at UKZN (UTLO) hosted the second in a series of Data Analytics Workshops on the Howard College campus.
South Africans will soon have access to improved public eye-care services, thanks to a first-of-its-kind ocular therapeutics programme currently training a cohort of 135 Optometrists from across the country at UKZN in partnership with the State University of New York (SUNY).