ALL STAKEHOLDERS WORKING HARD TO RESOLVE STUDENTS CHALLENGES
The Durban University of Technology’s Director: Special Projects in the Vice-Chancellor’s Office and Interim Executive for Student Services, Dr David Mohale confirmed that DUT Management and the Student Representative Council (SRC) met with the delegation of NSFAS senior officials on Wednesday, 19 September 2018 at DUT’s Steve Biko Campus, to resolve outstanding NSFAS related issues.
According to Dr Mohale the meeting discussed various categories of students affected by the SBux system.
STUDENTS TO SHOWCASE “ART OF FASHION” AT DUT’S ANNUAL FASHION SHOW
The Durban University of Technology’s, Department of Fashion and Textiles will host its annual Fashion Show from Thursday, 4 to Friday, 5 October 2018 at DUT’s Fred Crookes Sports Centre on the Steve Biko Campus in Durban. The coveted event will showcase the designs of 25 third year students with the best 25 ranges showcased at the gala evening, on Friday 5 October.
DR OLAREWAJU INSPIRES STUDENTS’ TO SURPASS THEIR GOALS
A goal-driven researcher and lecturer with a passion for academic excellence – the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Dr Odunayo Magret Olarewaju wants to use her impressive educational achievements to inspire students’ to surpass their goals.
“I mentor students, I advise them, and I help them in their research papers. I mingle with them to find solutions in their subject areas,” said Dr Olarewaju.
DUT’S MULDER OBTAINS SCHOLARSHIP TO STUDY FASHION IN CHINA
The world is in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution, especially the fashion industry, which is now driven by a pattern of fashion innovations from 3D printing, artificial intelligence (AI) to advances in biomaterial. It is with this in mind that the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Leandi Mulder is passionate about her exciting eco-friendly designer range which aims to be sustainable through the fourth industrial revolution and beyond.