DR LINGANISO NOMINATED AS AN ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER OF AFRICAN INNOVATION WEEK
Director of Research and Post Graduate Support at the Durban University of Technology (DUT), Dr Linda Linganiso has been nominated as an Advisory Board Member of the African Innovation Week (AIW), for the next five years starting from this year, 2020.
AIW is a global movement aiming to energise innovation and entrepreneurship that brings tangible and inclusive development in the African continent.
Dr Linganiso, a scientist, author and inventor is ecstatic after the AIW board chairperson informed her of the outcomes of the nomination on Monday, 16 November 2020.
FIVE DUT GRAPHIC DESIGN STUDENTS ARE EXCITED TO BE IN THE RUNNING TO HAVE THEIR LOGO DESIGN CHOSEN BY RENOWNED PATHOLOGIST
Looking at inspiring innovation and entrepreneurship is what the Durban University of Technology strives for amongst its students.
Also, with the institution’s launch of its Envision 2030 Strategic Plan this year, (2020), the aim is to have more people-centred and engaged students, who are innovative and entrepreneurial, essentially being the character of what the University would like to develop.
The Launch of the Collaborative Online International Learning at the Durban University of Technology-COIL@DUT: A Clarion Call to ENVISION 2030 And Taking COIL To New Levels, took place last Thursday, on 12 November 2020 via Zoom.
DUT’s Dr Lavern Samuels, Director: International Education and Partnerships, gave the welcoming address and overview of the launch, sharing more insight on the plans of taking COIL to new levels at the institution and beyond.
Professor Sibusiso Moyo, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC): Research, Innovation and Engagement at DUT,
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) recently awarded the 31st Sharon Wilson Award for the Top Annual English and Communication Student. This year, 2020, the award has been given to Video Technology student, Cikizwa Yolisa Gwambe.
After passing matric with excellent results, Gwambe never looked back and began studying for her Diploma in Video Technology at the Durban University of Technology (DUT).
“It was not easy getting where I am today, the winner of such a prestigious award.