19 April 2017
Volume: 5
Issue: 22
Top students within the College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science were recognised for their achievements at a College Awards Function.

Top Students Acknowledged at College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science Awards Function

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Top achievers in the College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science (CAES) on UKZN’s Westville campus received awards at a recent prize giving ceremony.

Social workers for the soul - students doing their part for the environment and the profession.

World Social Work Day Celebrated

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Representatives of UKZN’s Social Work Students Association (UKZNSOWSA) joined hands with fellow students to march and pick up litter on the Howard College campus in celebration of Social Work Day.

Final year student Ms Sbongimpile Mdabe (left) with the Director of the African Development Bank, Mr O Chanda.

Education Student Attends World Water Day Summit

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A student from the School of Education recently attended the World Water Day Summit and Expo hosted by the Department of Water and Sanitation in collaboration with the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government and United Nations Water.

Professor Hussein Shimelis with delegates at the InterDrought Conference in India.

UKZN Academic Wins Best Poster Award at Conference in India

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A presentation by Professor Hussein Shimelis of the African Centre for Crop Improvement (ACCI) at UKZN’s School of Agricultural, Earth and Environmental Sciences (SAEES), won the best poster award at an international drought conference in India.

Dkt Gareth Lagerwall noNkz Alaika Kassim boMkhakha WezobuNjiyela BezoLimo bexoxa nabafundi e-Maritzburg College.

Ibhasi Lonjiniyela Liqala Uhambo!

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Isikole SezobuNjiniyela sethule uhlelo olusha olubizwa nge “Bhasi LoNjiniyela” elizohambisa abasebenzi ezikoleni bayothula izinkulumo.

High school learners participated in a workshop for aspirant first year students organized by UKZN student counsellors in conjunction with PROTEC, a programme that encourages technological careers amongst the youth.

UKZN Workshops for Aspirant First Year University Students

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The Student Support Unit at UKZN’s College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science organised  a Programme for Technological Careers (PROTEC) workshop at the Kinderstrand Camp in Port Edward on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast for 100 aspirant first-year university students.

Cape Town-based UKZN alumni at the annual dinner.

Cape Town Alumnus Dinner

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The Alumni Relations Office organised a well-attended alumnus dinner in Cape Town recently.