Prominent international academics will participate in the 25th Southern African Association for the Institutional Research (SAAIR) Conference, which is scheduled for Monday, 12 to Thursday 15 November 2018 at Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s), Hotel School, Conference Centre and Elangeni Hotel in Durban.
This conference will be held under the theme, “Re-imagining our universities: the role and impact of institutional research in times of disruption”, and it will be hosted by DUT.
IT STUDENTS GIVEN AWARDS FOR THEIR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS
Academic excellence was honoured at the Durban University of Technology’s Information Technology (IT) department during its Annual Awards Ceremony held on Wednesday, (17 October 2018) at the Mansfield Hall at the Ritson Campus.
These awards form part of the various initiatives by the IT department to encourage and motivate students to excel in their academic work. Every year top performing students for all levels of study are awarded for their outstanding work and dedication.
The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Urban Futures Centre will host its on-going monthly seminar with guest presenter Henrik Valeur, at the Steve Biko Campus, on Wednesday, 14 November 2018 from 2pm.
DUT’s Urban Futures Centre (UFC) is an interdisciplinary laboratory that not only builds theory, but also tests out ideas and interventions in ways that are not prescribed and determined by dominant stakeholders, be they government officials, academics or large social movements.
Following a brilliant year which among other things included, winning USSA KZN and finishing second on the USSA National Tournament, DUT Netball Team has set its sight on more accolades in 2019.
During the USSA National Tournament which was held at the University of Johannesburg in June, DUT Netball Team, also known as the Hurricanes, won a silver medal, losing to Varsity College in the Final.