DUT WORLD OF WORK (WOW) EXHIBITION APPLAUDED BY EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR RELATIONS MINISTERIAL
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) has been highly praised by the Employment and Labour Relations Ministry for its immense contribution and initiative towards equipping its students for the World of Work.
Minister Thulas Nxesi expressed his gratitude for the work done by the University and its Cooperative Education unit in ensuring that DUT students and graduates are granted the opportunity to practice what they have been theoretically been taught in the classroom.
The historic victory of the sensational Enactus Durban University of Technology (DUT) team at the Enactus South Africa 2019 National Competition was recognised during the High Tea Celebration event held on Monday, 12 August 2019 at the Riverside Hotel in Durban.
The Enactus DUT team were crowned the national champions from the 16 competing universities at the annual Enactus National Competition held at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg last month (08 – 09 July 2019).
DUT ACADEMICS DISCUSS RESEARCH-ENHANCED TEACHING WITHIN THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM AT THE UTLO-SOTL SERIES
The value of research enhanced teaching within the undergraduate (UG) curriculum was the subject of discussion at the UTLO-SOTL Series hosted by the UKZN Technology Enhanced Learning Unit, recently. The panel discussion was part of the regional collaboration, which also profiled Teaching Advancement at University (TAU) Fellows.
DUT CHIROPRACTIC STUDENTS ATTEND WCCS IN AUSTRALIA
The 41st World Congress of Chiropractic Students’ (WCCS) Annual General Meeting(AGM) recently took place in Brisbane, Australia. The WCCS is made up of four regions: The America’s, Europe, Western-Pacific and Africa. The African region has only two chiropractic teaching universities, one being the Durban University of Technology (DUT). Four students from the Department of Chiropractic, Keiron Boosi (Head Delegate), Kerry-Lee Young, Kesego Chika and Breigh Smith represented DUT in Brisbane, Australia.