TATA Funds Disadvantaged Postgraduate Students
Prestigious 2015 TATA Scholarships were awarded to 21 UKZN postgraduate students during an awards ceremony in the Senate Chamber on the Westville campus.
UKZN staff members are involved in the recently launched multidisciplinary uMngeni School of Water Governance Research that will see the uMngeni River Basin the subject of an examination to evaluate problems facing the natural resource and find solutions to governance failures impacting the basin.
Empowering high school pupils to make the right choice about their careers was the focus of the address by UKZN Human Resources Management Senior Lecturer, Dr Shaun Ruggunan, at the 1st Annual Durban Maritime Summit’s Trade and Careers Exhibition at the Durban Exhibition Centre.
Professor Thabo Msibi and Professor Relebohile Moletsane of the School of Education were recently appointed to the Department of Basic Education’s (DBE) Ministerial Task Team to evaluate a broad sample of Learning, Teaching and Support Materials (LTSMs) and textbooks, specifically for the development of a textbook policy on promoting diversity.
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Umkhakha wezoMculo eSikoleni SezobuCiko bewubambe iNgqungquthela Yokuqala Yomculo. USolwazi kwezomculo Kamakhweyane uDavid Dargie oyindela yesilisa, wethule inkulumo yosuku lapho ekhulume ‘ngomhlaba wezinhlobonhlobo zomakhweyane zaseNingizimu neAfrika’, futhi wagcizelela ukubaluleka kokulondolozwa kwefa elixhumene nomakhweyane.
“A 1 000-Year Time/Space Isotope Dendro-Climatology for Southern Africa”, was the title of a seminar delivered at UKZN recently by Dr Stephan Woodborne of the National Research Foundation (NRF) iThemba LABS in Gauteng.
UKZN’s College of Health Sciences has launched a Postgraduate Diploma in Family Medicine designed and developed to enable working General Practitioners to expand their knowledge and skills in the field.