19 February 2014
Volume: 2
Issue: 5
At the Colloquium are (from left) Ms Nadia Paul of the UKZN Foundation, Dr Alain Tschudin, Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane and Mr Lesiba Seshoka.

UKZN Celebrates Legacy of Late Archbishop Denis Hurley

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In recognition of Archbishop Denis Hurley’s immense contribution to justice, peace and reconciliation, UKZN’s Conflict Transformation and Peace Studies Programme...

Iqembu leziqu ze-masters lonyaka wezi-2014 elamukelwa emkhakheni Wezifundo ngeNani Labantu Nentuthuko.

I-UKZN yamukela abafundi beziqu ze-masters

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Isikole SeziFundokuhlelwa Komumo Wezakhiwo Nentuthuko samukele abafundi abasha beziqu ze-Masters emkhakheni Wezifundo NgeNani Labantu Nentuthuko.

Professor Michael Savage.

Agrometeorology Professor Wins Award for Best Paper Published in 2013

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Professor Michael Savage of the Agrometeorology discipline in the School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences won the award for the best paper published...

Ms Lauren Snell winning bronze at the South African Road Cycling Championships.

UKZN Cycling Star Displays her Class

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Lecturer and clinical facilitator in UKZN’s Discipline of Nursing, Ms Lauren Snell, excelled at the recent SA National Championship Time Trial and the National Road Cycling Championship.

A group of first year Architecture students show off their drawings during an ice breaker workshop.

Architecture Students get their Hands Dirty

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First year Architecture students recently got involved in an exciting three-day ice breaker programme as part of the Discipline’s Orientation workshop.

Mr Mbusiswa Ngcobo.

UKZN Alumnus Encourages Students to Discover their Potential

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Standard Bank Group’s Business Manager and UKZN alumnus Mr Mbusiswa Ngcobo says motivating students to explore the endless possibilities within the accounting profession...

School of Accounting, Economics and Finance academics with Ernest and Young’s Human Resource Manager Mr Jeremy Beukes at the Orientation.

Accounting Postgraduate Students Benefit from Orientation Day Event

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A prospective employer told Accounting postgraduate students the skills they acquired from their qualification would play a major role in their development into sought after graduates.

Academics offer advice at Engineering Parents’ Day.

School of Engineering Parents’ Day and Orientation Programme

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The School of Engineering hosted a successful 2014 Parents Day and Orientation Programme in the UNITE Building on the Howard College campus.

Ms Betony Adams.

Masters Student Runner-up in International Quantum Shorts Competition

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A masters student in the School of Chemistry and Physics Quantum Research Group, Ms Betony Adams, is the runner-up in the international Quantum Shorts competition for her story titled: Dice.

Mr Andy Gray.

UKZN Pharmacist Recognised in the International Arena

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Mr Andy Gray of the School of Health Sciences has been awarded the Donald E. Francke Medal for 2014 by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists...

New International students with UKZN staff members during Orientation.

International Students get Warm Welcome at UKZN

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Newly-arrived international students based at UKZN’s Westville campus were encouraged during an Orientation experience held recently to take advantage of all the services and activities offered to them by the University and the city.

Professor Sharon Hillier.

CAPRISA Hosts Lecture on Contraceptives by US Professor

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Changing the contraceptive mix in high incidence HIV populations was the title of a CAPRISA - hosted lecture by Professor Sharon Hillier at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine,

Students and peer-counsellors at an anti-pregnancy event on UKZN’s Howard College campus.

Pregnancy Prevention and STI Awareness Campaign

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The UKZN AIDS programme hosted an STI/Condom and Pregnancy Prevention Awareness campaign on the Howard College campus.

UKZN exchange students around the world.

Exchange Students Enjoy Overseas Adventures

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Fifteen UKZN students spent a memorable semester abroad as part of the University’s student exchange programme visiting countries such as the United States, Sweden, the United Kingdom and Canada.

Presentation by academic staff regarding B.Ed. structure and phase specialisation.

Orientation Week at School of Education

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UKZN’s School of Education on the Edgewood campus welcomed its first year students during the annual Orientation Week.

Professor Kriben Pillay (middle), with some of the 40 participants who attended the seminar.

Academic Delivers Seminar on Leadership and Fear

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College Dean of Teaching and Learning in Law and Management Studies, Professor Kriben Pillay, delivered a seminar on leadership and fear to the staff of the Masimanyane Women’s Support Centre in East London recently.