Prof Jan Smit received a prestigious science award from the National Science and Technology Forum.
MESSAGE FROM THE VICE-CHANCELLOR
Prof Dan Kgwadi pays tribute to staff members for the excellent work they are doing.
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Manager of NWU Science Centre receives ‘Science Oscar’
Prof Jan Smit of the Potchefstroom Campus has received an NSTF-South32 award in recognition of his contribution to science, engineering and technology.
NWU excels in supplemental instruction
The NWU received international recognition for its comprehensive supplemental instruction programme, which is said to be the biggest in the world.
Persistence is key to People and Culture
Meet Kedirang Oagile, the new executive director for people and culture in the Institutional Office.
NWU has impressive niche libraries
Learn more about how the four niche libraries on the Potchefstroom Campus cater for specific information needs.
Unleash your creativity
Why don’t you take one of the wonderful courses that are available at the NWU’s Creativity Centre on the Potchefstroom Campus?
Focus on: NWU'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF STORES
Discover some interesting facts about the NWU's supply stores.
NWU’s own Mrs Africa finalist
Jennifer Kalanko from the Potchefstroom Campus has been chosen as one of the 40 finalists in the prestigious Mrs Africa competition.
Our people – Caring is in her bones
Read more about Prof Mariëtte Lowes’s involvement in Bone SA, a company that distributes human bone and tissue for patients in need.
A tapestry of different customs – celebrating an Afrikaans wedding
Annette Willemse, communication practitioner and ace writer, unveils the ins and outs about getting married in the Afrikaans culture.
In this series we recognise NWU staff members who go beyond the call of duty, making a difference in other people’s lives.
Top Tips competition
Our Top Tipster, Bonita Maboeta, Wellness manager at the NWU, gives advice on how to deal with stress.
Back page – Exploring our art
Join us while we explore the artworks displayed in the gardens and buildings of the NWU.