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Wednesday, 07 October 2020

All hands on deck for CHE visit

Faculty and support unit coordinators are hard at work ensuring that it’s all systems go for the much anticipated virtual site visit by the national review for doctoral qualifications panel.

The South African Research Chair(SARChI) in Work-integrated Learning, Prof Christine Winberg is “extremely” delighted that the programme’s funding will be renewed for another five years by the National Research Foundation (NRF).

Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Students restore heritage structures

Civil Engineering and Surveying students are thrilled to bolster the national Department of Arts and Culture and other heritage authorities to overcome the common challenge facing heritage structures caused by the use of incompatible materials during heritage conservation and restoration.

As we celebrate Heritage Month, Dr Bongani Ncube, a researcher at the Centre for Water and Sanitation Research, under the Department of Civil Engineering and Surveying devotes her time to working with communities to conserve our natural resources, be it soil, water or plant life.

CPUT’s Centre for Sustainable Oceans is playing an integral role in the development of Ocean Accounting practices in Africa under its membership of the Global Ocean Accounting Partnership (GOAP).

A dedicated senior academic has led to the establishment of the first university department on the African continent that focuses exclusively on the education and training of paralegals, as part of the transformation of the administration of justice.

Faculty of Education Lecturer Samantha Kriger, in collaboration with her co-author and PhD supervisor, Prof Jonathan Jansen, will be launching her first book, ‘Who Gets in and Why?’ on Wednesday, 26 August 2020.

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