28 September 2018
Volume: 6
Issue: 52
Isifundo saminyaka yonke sesikhumbuzo sika John Dube ebesibanjwe ekhempasini i-Pietermaritzburg.

I-UKZN Ibambe Isifundo Esiyisikhumbuzo Sika-John Langalibalele Dube Sangonyaka Wezi-2018

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ISikole sezeMfundo kanye nesezeNkolo, ubuNzululwazi NezaseMandulo bebambisene neHhovisi LaseNyuvesi LezokuHlelwa NokuThuthukiswa KoLimi kanye nesikhungo i-JL Dube Institute, babambe isifundo saminyaka yonke sesikhumbuzo sika John Dube ehholo i-Colin Webb Hall ekhempasini i-Pietermaritzburg’.

Professor Lindy Stiebel, recipient of the 2018 IBHUKU Award Statuette in the Literary Tourism Award category.

2018 IBHUKU Award Statuette for English Academic

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UKZN English Studies academic, Professor Lindy Stiebel was recently honoured with the 2018 IBHUKU Award Statuette in the Literary Tourism Award category.

UKZN Music student and lecturer, Ms Slindo Zondo, who recently performed her first solo concert.

UKZN Music Student Performs Solo Concert

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UKZN Music student and lecturer, Ms Slindo Zondo, recently performed her first solo concert at the Centre for Jazz and Popular music on the Howard College campus.

Attendees at the Education Curriculum Transformation workshop.

Workshop Focuses on Nursing Education Transformation

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‘As an institution, we have to be a centre of excellence. We need to have a competency-based curriculum that is nationally relevant and globally compatible.’

The cover of the book: Wake Up Consciousness.

UKZN Academic Collaborates with Hungarian Colleague

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When Professor Kriben Pillay encountered the writings on mindfulness and consciousness by the Hungarian Psychology Professor, Frank M Wanderer; a pseudonym for the English translations of Dr Margitics Ferenc from the University of Nyiregyhaza in Hungary, they began a correspondence concerning their respective research inquiries into consciousness and human transformation.

Woman of many talents, Dr Nadia Karrim.

Awards for Multi-Talented Doctor

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UKZN final-year ENT/Head and Neck Surgery Registrar, Dr Nadia Karrim, recently scooped two titular awards; the first being the 100 Mandela’s of the Future and the second being the Inspiring Fifty award. 


Of Conferences, Form and Structure

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Conferences: What are they supposed to achieve? Are they worth the investment? 

Highlights from the School of Education Student Excellence Awards.

School of Education Awards Top Student Achievers

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The School of Education recently held its annual Student Excellence Awards ceremony on the Edgewood campus to honour its top performing students for their hard work and outstanding academic achievements.

Scenes from the Zazi Campaign held at the Westville campus.

Zazi, Know Your Strength

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The UKZN HIV and AIDS Programme recently hosted the Zazi Campaign; a drive that encourages South African women and girls to know their strength and value so that they may overcome adversity.

Dr Anisha Ramsaroop celebrating her PhD achievement with her husband Rakesh and their children, Rishav (right) and Pranav.

PhD for Industrial Psychologist and HR Specialist

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A passion for Human Resources Management earned Industrial Psychologist and Human Resources Specialist, Dr Anisha Ramsaroop, a PhD during one of UKZN’s Spring Graduation ceremonies.

Highlights from ISEA2018 during which UKZN staff and postgraduate students showcased their digital artwork.

Digital Arts Students and Academics Showcase Creativity

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UKZN Digital Arts academic staff and postgraduate students recently showcased their work at the International Symposium for Electronic Arts (ISEA) 2018 Symposium, one of the most prestigious international arts and electronic symposia in the world.