DR VUNDLA URGES GRADUATES TO BE ‘PIONEERS’ OF TOMORROW
“These are challenging but exciting times. Go ahead, do something new, come up with an original idea, start your movement, create your own job, lay the groundwork for the future, be the father or mother of something, seize the time, be a pioneer,” said Dr Bunguza Peter Vundla.
The pioneer entrepreneur was conferred an honorary Doctor of Philosophy Degree from the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Faculty of Management Sciences, at the Fred Crookes Sports Centre, this morning (Thursday, 5 September 2019).
NATIONAL STUDENT LEADER MJAJUBANA OBTAINS HIS MASTER OF HEALTH DEGREE AT THE 2019 DUT SPRING GRADUATION
Tackling the issue on mental health and how it impacted families was the aim of Avela Mjajubana’s Master of Health Sciences degree. The Nursing student graduated this afternoon during the Faculty of Health Sciences graduation ceremony at the Fred Crookes Sports Centre, Steve Biko Campus.
“I have always enjoyed understanding Mental Health issues, zooming into someone’s social standing in...
THE 5TH ANNIVERSARY SERIES ACTIVITIES OF CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE AT DUT “EXPERIENCING CHINA, LIGHT UP CHINESE DREAM”
The Confucius Institute (CI) of the Durban University of Technology (DUT) held a seminar titled: “Rainbow Bridge to China and Chinese Culture” at Ritson Campus on 26 August 2019.
Mr Fei Mingxing, Consul General of the People’s Republic China in Durban, Professor Wang Zhengxiang from Tianjin University of Science and Technology, Professor Suren Singh, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science of DUT...
The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Institutional Planning Department hosted a two-day Data Day (D3) from 27 to 28 August 2019. DUT Data Day is about Knowing, Doing and Impacting.
Day One focused on training and upskilling (Knowing), consisting of various workshops at the Science Block at Steve Biko Campus for DUT staff and students regarding first year students and the usage of the DUT Beginning University Survey of Student Engagement (BUSSE),..
CHIROPRACTIC COACHING AND MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME HOSTS SUCCESSFUL MOTIVATIONAL TALKS
The Chiropractic Coaching and Mentorship Programme (CCMP) in collaboration with the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) hosted three guest speakers who gave motivational talks to the First-Year-Chiropractic students, at the DUT Hotel School recently.
The speakers included two DUT alumnae, Dr Surasha Kandhai and Mr Rene Chunilall. Dr Kandhai is a Chiropractor...