Prof Martinette Kruger from the Potchefstroom Campus once again scooped the award for Most Productive Junior Researcher of the Year.
In this edition, Prof Dan Kgwadi pays tribute to the
NWU’s research champions.
What makes your world go round?
Tourism reigns supreme at research awards
And the winners of the prestigious NWU awards for excellence in research, innovation, community engagement and creativity are…
Young researcher in good company at Women in
Prof Marianne Matthee from the School of Economics was recently honoured, along with a group of female academics and scientists from all over the country.
Users have their say about library services
Read more about the fourth LibQUAL+ survey that the NWU has undertaken in a bid to provide consistently excellent and relevant services.
For they are jolly good (TAU) fellows!
Find out which three NWU lecturers successfully completed a Teaching Advancement at Universities (TAU) fellowship programme.
They serve and protect in smart new attire
Have a look at the new uniforms that Protection Services on the Potchefstroom Campus recently donned.
Focus on – Keeping risks at bay
Find out more about the risks facing the NWU and how you can contribute to identifying, managing and mitigating them.
Meet the ‘AUTHeR’ of health solutions
The research unit AUTHeR invites other NWU entities to work with them on specialised projects and programmes, as well as community engagement initiatives.
NWU honours its cream of the crop
Find out who was honoured as our top alumni at an awards ceremony in October.
Sports galore on Casual Day
Dressed in fun sportswear, staff once again participated in Casual Day on 4 September.
Tapestry of customs and culture – On the threshold of maturity
Dr Chrisna Botha-Ravyse from the Vaal Triangle Campus tells us more about what coming of age means for the Messianic community.
In this series we recognise NWU staff members who go beyond the call of duty, making a difference in other people’s lives.
Our people – Suspense and excitement in Duane’s world
Duane Aslett, a lecturer on the Potchefstroom Campus, launched his second suspense novel at the recent Aardklop Arts Festival in Potchefstroom.
Top tips Competition
Izette Schouwstra from the Institutional Alumni Office shares ideas for making interesting and unique Christmas presents.
Back page – exploring our art
Join us while we explore the artworks displayed in the gardens and buildings of the NWU.