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  • UKZN Professor Publishes New Book

    15 Feb, 2018

    Making Sense of Research (Van Schaik, 2018) is the title of a new book published by UKZN Emeritus Professor Keyan Tomaselli of the Centre for Communication, Media and Society (CCMS) in the School of Applied Human Sciences.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Architecture Students Win at Regional Corobrik Awards Event

    15 Feb, 2018

    Three Masters students in Architecture - Mr Yousuf Vawda, Mr Thabo Cele and Mr Joshua Montile - received prizes during the KwaZulu-Natal Corobrik awards ceremony.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Classics Department Honours Top-Performing Students

    15 Feb, 2018

    The Classics Department in the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics (SRPC) recently held its awards ceremony in which top performing students were recognised for academic excellence.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Songs of Love at UKZN Jazz Centre this Valentine's Day

    15 Feb, 2018

    The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music presents Songs of Love this Valentine’s Day (Wednesday, 14 February) featuring students from the School of Arts in a concert filled with songs to remind everyone that the world needs a lot more love!

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Drama & Performance Studies hosts Swiss choreographer for dance, diversity and disability

    08 Feb, 2018

    In an unprecedented exchange that has taken almost two years to set up, Swiss choreographer Jürg Koch, arrived in Durban on 31 January 2018 to work with UKZN dance studies graduates and Flatfoot Dance Company.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • College of Humanities hosts successful 2018 Parents Day and Orientation

    08 Feb, 2018

    The College of Humanities recently hosted its annual Parents Day with parents and guardians of first year Humanities students gathering on the Howard College, Edgewood and Pietermaritzburg campuses to hear about University procedures and the academic structure of the College.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • College of Humanities appoints Deans

    08 Feb, 2018

    The College of Humanities recently announced the appointment of Professor Jean Steyn as Dean of the School of Applied Human Sciences and that of Professor Ernest Khalema as Dean of the School of Built Environment and Development Studies.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • College of Humanities Celebrates Staff Excellence

    02 Feb, 2018

    The College of Humanities hosted its annual staff excellence awards event during which professional and academic staff were recognised for their hard work, dedication and positive impact.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Music Lecturer to perform at Jazz Centre

    02 Feb, 2018

    UKZN’s Centre for Jazz and Popular Music features Music lecturer Mr Sibusiso Mashiloane and his band in a performance titled ‘Rotha: A Tribute to Mama’ on Wednesday, 7 February.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Education Student Excels in Dancing

    11 Dec, 2017

    Third year Education student Ms Amanda Shezi achieved top rankings in ballroom and Latin dancing during the KZN Championships 2017 competition.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Education Student Top BMX Rider

    11 Dec, 2017

    Third year Education student Mr Nkosinathi Radebe smiles when he talks about being an avid BMX rider – and for good reason.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Excellence Lauded and Rewarded at Architecture Awards

    11 Dec, 2017

    The Architecture discipline within the School of Built Environment and Development Studies (BEDS) held their annual awards ceremony on the Howard College campus.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • From Demonstrators to Qualified Teachers

    11 Dec, 2017

    Staff in the School of Education’s Chemistry discipline are celebrating their latest crop of graduates on the Edgewood campus - students who progressed from demonstrators to fully qualified teachers.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Architecture Students paint Mural at UKZN

    04 Dec, 2017

    First year Architecture students from the School of Built Environment and Development Studies (SOBEDS) recently painted a new mural on the entrance wall of their studios on Level 7 in Denis Shepstone building, Howard College.

    Melissa Mungroo

  • Centre for Civil Society Hosts Activist Training Day

    04 Dec, 2017

    The Centre for Civil Society (CCS) within the School of Built Environment and Development Studies (BEDS) recently held a training day for activists. It focused on Social Media and Activism, Democracy and the Right to Protest.

    Melissa Mungroo

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