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Lecturers interested in developing Open Educational Resources at CPUT could soon have the benefit of a R10 000 grant. 

Wednesday, 09 May 2018

Becoming agents of change

Statistics on gender-based violence (GBV) in South Africa are staggeringly high and universities are not immune to the scourge.

Born in Stutterheim, Eastern Cape, and a proud product of the local Jongile Nompondo High School, Dr Xolani Mavela’s passion for the isiXhosa language is deeply ingrained by his cultural identity and political convictions.

InThe inaugural DVC Innovation Award, sponsored by IP law firm Spoor and Fisher, was jointly bestowed on Associate Professor Maretha Opperman and Assoc Prof Spinney Benade (posthumous) for their research into a portfolio of nutraceutical and food supplement products.

A trio of our academics were recently awarded degrees as language doctors at Rhodes University during this year’s graduation season.

The Head of the Biomedical Sciences Department has been awarded a prestigious accolade - the National Research Foundation’s SARChI Research Chair in Cardiometabolic Health.

An academic in the Faculty of Business and Management Sciences has penned a chapter in an international book about the value of multilingualism in education.

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