The Durban University of Technology’s Research and Postgraduate Support Directorate recognised outstanding research students during the Annual Research and Innovation Awards held at the iconic Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre last week.
Giving the purpose of the night and welcoming guests, the Acting Director for Research and Postgraduate Support, Professor Carin Napier said the awards were expanded to 13 categories.
DUT GRADUATES MAKE PLEDGE TO HONOUR EMC PROFESSION
“Today marks a significant first step in a journey that will define the life you end up living. The people you meet, the patients you save, and the generations that you are likely to impact on.
For some of you this journey may never take off, for some it may be short-lived but for most of you this profession will become the life you live and breathe,” said Dr Kevin Govender from the Department of Emergency Medical Care and Rescue at the Durban University of Technology.
The Development and Alumni Relations Office at Durban University of Technology believes that continuous engagements and information sharing sessions with alumni is vital for the life blood of the University.
This is the view of the Acting Director of the unit, Mr Zwakele Ngubane who was recapping on the convocation’s annual general meeting which took place in November 2017 at the Hotel School Conference Centre, Ritson Campus.
DUT’S CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT ENGAGES WITH STAKEHOLDERS
In an effort to promote and strengthen relations between the Co-operative Education Department of the university and its stakeholders, the department held its engagement luncheon on Wednesday, (6 December 2017), at the King’s Club, Kingsmead Cricket Stadium.
The DUT Co-Operative Education department invited companies, DUT staff, students and various external stakeholders to the event in a bid to thank all of those who had been closely working with the department in achieving their aims for this year.