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29 November 2018

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Prof Bhagwan

PROF BHAGWAN SCOOPS PRESTIGIOUS AWARD FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE


The Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Professor Raisuyah Bhagwan from the Department of Community Health Studies received an award for teaching excellence during the National Excellence in Teaching and Learning Awards held last Friday, 23 November 2018 at the Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth.

Prof Bhagwan was recognised for her creative methodologies...

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Makhathini and Siluma

DUT’S MAKHATHINI AND SILUMA OFF TO NEW YORK TO ENHANCE THEIR TECHNICAL SKILLS


One of the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) strategic focus areas is to deepen the University’s engagement through dynamic dialogue and interfaces at global levels.

The DUT aims to always ensure students and staff alike are given opportunities to do research and collaborate on an international level...

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Deans farewell

DUT BIDS FAREWELL TO THREE DISTINGUISHED ACADEMICS


The Durban University of Technology (DUT) held a farewell dinner for its three academics at the Granny Mouse Country House in the Midlands Meander on Tuesday, 27 November 2018.

All three academics have more than 70 years of service between them at the DUT, and the three academics that are bidding farewell to the University are Professor Theo Andrew, the Executive Dean: Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment (EBE), Professor Rishi Balkaran, the Executive Dean: Faculty of Management Sciences and Saleem Kharwa, the Chief Risk Officer.

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JOURNALISM’S SHANGE PENS HER FIRST BOOK CALLED THE MORNING AFTER


For Third-Year-Journalism student Thabile Shange from the Durban University of Technology’s (DUT’s) Faculty of Arts and Design’s Journalism programme in the Department of Media, Language and Communication, writing a book called: The Morning After, was a dream come true as her aim is to get more young people to read the book and hopefully make better choices in their lives.

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CE Cluster

DUT LAUNCHES COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT CLUSTER


The Office of the DVC-Research Innovation and Engagement launched the Durban University of Technology (DUT) Community Engagement (CE) Cluster on Tuesday, 20 November 2018. The main function of the DUT Cluster is to facilitate collaboration between DUT staff, students, as well as alumnus and the community for meaningful University-community engagements.

The event was held at the DUT Hotel School and was attended by more than 140 guests from institutions of higher learning, civic organisations, businesses, local government, DUT staff, and students.

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