In line with one of the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) DNA strand; engagement, DUT hosted the Launch of its School Engagement Project on Wednesday, 31 October 2018 at DUT’s Hotel School, Conference Centre, Ritson Campus.
The Launch was attended by DUT management, staff and students as well as teachers, parents and learners from neighbouring schools. It was also attended by other external stakeholders.
DUT’S MILLER CLINCHES FIRST PRIZE AT 2018 PLATAFRICA
Durban University of Technology’s (DUT) Jewellery Design Bachelor of Technology (Btech) student, Callen Miller scooped first prize at the 19th annual PlatAfrica 2018 Jewellery Design and Manufacturing Competition held recently at the Theatre on the Track in Kyalami.
Miller took first place in the student/apprentice category with her neckpiece and ring titled, “Able to be”. “I am still reeling with excitement.
COMRADES MARATHON WINNER MOTIVATES STUDENTS DURING DUT SPORTS AWARDS
The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Netball team had an impressive run of form which was recognised during the DUT Annual Sports Awards, where they walked away with four awards.
The Hurricanes scooped the Team of the Year and Club of the Year awards, while their Team Manager, Pamela Magubane clinched the Administrator of the Year award. Their player, Amanda Ntshangase received the coveted Sport Person of the Year award.
PARTICIPANTS OF SIYAPHUMELELA PROJECT ENGAGEMENT SURVEYS REWARDED
Following a random draw, the Institutional Planning Office at the Durban University of Technology rewarded students and lecturers for their participation on the South African Survey of Student Engagement (SASSE) and Lecturer Survey of Student Engagement (LSSE).
The two important online surveys about the factors that influence teaching and learning at DUT, ran for nearly six weeks as part of the Siyaphumelela Project, focusing on student success.