06 August 2014
Volume: 2
Issue: 41
Humanities student Mr Emmanuel Khuzwayo who attended the AfricaGeo 2014 Summit in Cape Town.

Hearing Impaired Humanities Student at AfricaGeo 2014 Summit

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Humanities student Mr Emmanuel Khuzwayo, who is hearing impaired, recently attended the AfricaGeo 2014 Summit in Cape Town.

Professor Vishanthie Sewpaul.

UKZN Social Work academic gives Distinguished Lecture in Australia

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Professor Vishanthie Sewpaul of the School of Applied Human Sciences was recently elected by her peers on a global level to deliver a distinguished lecture as part of the 2014 Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Participants at the Students Clinical Conference in Durban.

Rural Health under the Spotlight at Clinical Conference

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“Rethinking Rural Health Towards a Health Care Revolution” was the theme of the 2014 Students Clinical Conference held at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine.

At the symposium are (from left) Dr Caroline Bowen, Professor Nhlanhla Mkhize, Dr Thandeka Mdlalo, Ms Octavia Tembe, Dr Penelope Flack and Professor Mershen Pillay

Speech and Language Pathology Department hosts Linguistic Diversity Programme

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The Discipline of Speech-Language Pathology at UKZN’s Westville Campus held a Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Practice Symposium recently.

UKZN students at the Mini-Science Career Fair.

Science Career Fair gives Students a Glimpse of the Working World

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A Mini-Science Career Fair gave Science students on the Pietermaritzburg and Westville campuses the invaluable opportunity to network with representatives from a variety of top companies and industry leaders on full-time job opportunities...

German academics and students at UKZN (from left) Professor Juergen Kaehler; Ms Veronika Sumser, Ms Anne-Marie Illés, Ms Kim Rastert and Mr Christoph Weber.

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg Students and Staff at UKZN

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Visiting students from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany were officially welcomed by the School of Built Environment and Development (BEDS) recently.

Participants at a Postgraduate Supervision Workshop.

Postgraduate Supervision workshop at UKZN

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In a drive to increase postgraduate enrolments, the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance held a Postgraduate Supervision seminar aimed at equipping staff with the skills needed to efficiently supervise postgrad research students.

Film Festival closes with screening of Million Dollar Arm.

Million Dollar Arm closes 35th Durban International Film Festival

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The 35th Durban International Film Festival ended on a high note with its closing night film Million Dollar Arm (USA, 2014) directed by Craig Gillespie and starring Jon Hamm.

UNkkz Ilene Somai Pillay esitolo sakhe esibizwa nge The Eye Shop.

Owayengumfundi wase-UKZN uvula uMnambithi amehlo!

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Owayengumfundi wezifundo zamehlo eUKZN uNkk Ilene Somai Pillay, usiza umphakathi walapho akhulela futhi ahlala khona kuleli dolobha laseMnambithi elimaphakathi ne-Kwazulu-Natali ngokunakekelwa kwamehlo.

Jenna Bass (right) receives her award for Best SA Feature Film at the 35th Durban International Film Festival. With her are (from left) Festival Manager Peter Machen and jury members Neil Coppen, Katrina Hedren and Darryl Els.

Durban International Film Festival Award Winners

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The Durban International Film Festival announced its award-winners at the closing ceremony of the Festival’s 35th edition at the Suncoast CineCentre Supernova, prior to the screening of the closing film, Million Dollar Arm

Ms Lesley Connolly, at the memorial celebration at UKZN for her father, the late Professor John Daniel.

Memorial for Professor John Daniel

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Family, friends and colleagues attended a College of Humanities memorial celebration at the Howard College Theatre to pay tribute to the life of the late Professor John Daniel.

Guests from schools and UKZN staff at an information event at UKZN.

UKZN at the Cutting Edge of Education

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School principals and educators from Durban and surrounding areas attended an event titled: “UKZN at the Cutting Edge of Education” held at the UNITE Building on the Howard College campus.

Children excitedly reading books donated to them by UKZN.

UKZN Library Staff Donate Books to Children on Mandela Day

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In the spirit of uplifting and empowering others on Mandela Day, staff of the UKZN Pietermaritzburg campus Libraries embarked on an initiative to encourage literacy among the less fortunate by donating new or used books

Forum Attendees with Dr Elizabeth Spooner at the July MRC/info4africa KZN Community Forum.

TB in SA – where are we and where are we going?

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PhD student from UKZN’s Department of Paediatrics, Dr Elizabeth Spooner, charted the journey of tuberculosis (TB) as a disease and later an epidemic...

Attendants at the last day of the IOSP Workshop.

Schools of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacology) and Laboratory Medicine and Medical Sciences (Biomedical Resource Unit) host Integrative and Organs Systems Pharmacology (IOSP) Workshop.

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The University of KwaZulu-Natal Schools of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacology) and Laboratory Medicine and Medical Sciences (Biomedical Resource Unit, BRU) recently hosted a workshop at the Westville campus...