DUT PHD CANDIDATE TO RECEIVE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH ACCOLADE IN ITALY
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) PhD candidate within the Chemical Engineering department, Emmanuel Kweinor Tetteh has been confirmed as the winner of the coveted ENI-awards for the Young Talent from Africa.
The ENI-awards, since its inception in 2007, have rewarded hardworking researchers across the globe.
GDT AND DUT REMEMBERS HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST, PADDY KEARNEY
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) in partnership with the Gandhi Development Trust (GDT) hosted the inaugural Memorial Lecture for renowned human rights activists, Paddy Kearney on Wednesday, 28 August 2019 at the Hotel School, Conference Centre on the Ritson Campus.
This memorial lecture was attended by leaders within the civil society fraternity, political and business leaders as well as academics.
EXPERTS TACKLE DECOLONISING LANGUAGE POLICIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Renowned language experts tackled the importance of decolonizing language policies in Higher Education and Training institutions at the annual Durban University of Technology Faculty of Arts and Design Dean’s Lecture held at the M.L Sultan Campus recently.
Panelists, Professor Sihawu Ngubane (University of Kwa-Zulu Natal), Dr Dianne Moodley (Durban University of Technology)...
ECP STUDENTS SHOWCASE DESIGNS FROM RECYCLED MATERIAL
The Faculty of Arts and Design’s Extended Curriculum Programme (ECP) students wooed onlookers with their charming designs made from recycled material at their impromptu fashion show hosted at City Campus’ Courtyard last week Tuesday, 20 August 2019.
This year, the annual fashion show which is always a spectacle saw 31 ECP students strutting their stuff...