Strong UKZN Presence on the Water SA Journal Editorial Board
Three UKZN academics working in various disciplines related to the fields of water science, technology, engineering and policy are on the new editorial board of the journal, Water SA.
The South African Education Research Association (SAERA) - launched in 2013 to provide an overarching discursive space for galvanising education research in South Africa – hosts its second annual conference in Durban from 13 to 15 August.
A “Meet Your Business Friend Day” event hosted by the SHAPE (Shifting Hope, Activating Potential Entrepreneurship) in partnership with UKZN, the eThekwini Municipality and the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences hosted a meeting of GreenMatter stakeholders recently.
The 35th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) recently hosted the seventh edition of Talents Durban - formerly known as Talent Campus Durban – a skills sharing, development and networking platform for emerging filmmakers from Africa.
A vibrant group of 55 pupils from various schools in KwaZulu-Natal took part in an exciting, week-long initiative within the College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science during the July holidays, which allowed them to experience "Being a Scientist for a Week".
Peer educators and forum members at UKZN’s Westville campus travelled from far and wide during the recent vacation to undergo Brothers for Life and ZAZI training, demonstrating their commitment to being responsible adults in the struggle for a transformed generation of role models for society at large.
Media Studies Professor Keyan Tomaselli of the Centre for Communication, Media and Society (CCMS) has won a prestigious film award.
A Senior Lecturer in Geological Sciences in the School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Dr Andrew Green, has received the prestigious Emerging Scientist award from the South African Network for Coastal and Oceanic Research (SANCOR).
A Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry at the School of Life Sciences, Dr Shahidul Islam, has been inducted as a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Translational Internal Medicine (JTIM) for a period of four years.
ISikole SobuNjiniyela besibambe iSikole sasebusika SobuNjiniyela saminyaka yonke kusukela ngomhla ziyi-7- 11 kuNtulikazi. Isikole besihanjelwe abafundi abangama-98 abavela kuzo zonke izifunda bonke bebese-Unite Building ekhempasini i-Howard College.
As part of its commitment to being an “Employer of Choice for Graduates”, UKZN recently launched the Graduate Development Programme by exhibiting as an Employer at the recent Careers Exhibition in Pietermaritzburg and Durban campuses.