Celebrating their Distinguished Teaching Excellence Awards are Prof Roelien Goede of the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, Dr Carolina Botha of the Faculty of Education, and Prof Welma Lubbe of the Faculty of Health Sciences.
MESSAGE FROM THE VICE-CHANCELLOR
Prof Dan Kgwadi, the vice-chancellor, talks about the great progress that we have made with our unitary structure.
Variety adds zest to life.
Women power: This year, three women scooped the coveted Distinguished Teaching Excellence Awards.
Communication and brand policies keep us all on the same page
These policies will help you to solve communication “riddles” such as how to handle a media request or apply our new corporate colours correctly.
Questionnaire helps young people make wise career choices
Marketing and Student Recruitment’s InterestIndex questionnaire takes the guesswork out of career choices.
Top staff make top students
For Innocentia Pitso and Lynn Booysen, the decision to further their studies was a total no-brainer.
Rise above circumstances and become leaders
The team from Student Counselling and Development believes in giving people wings to rise above their challenging circumstances.
Focus on: Research chairs
The research chairs at the NWU help to solve real-life problems in areas ranging from biofuels and cardiovascular disease to early childhood education.
Meet our exceptional students – Sam’s star keeps on rising
Student Sam Junior Mbatha is a master of ceremonies who believes that opportunities are doorways to endless possibilities.
Structures 101: Let’s take a fresh approach to quality
A different approach at Quality Enhancement’s support services section contradicts the old saying that there is nothing new under the sun.
Sport@NWU - Accountants BEAM with energy
These staff and students believe that deep breaths of fresh morning air, together with a healthy dose of Pilates exercises, lower their stress levels.
Our people – Magnificent handwriting is Mohsin’s signature
When Mohsin Sayed puts his hand to paper, mere writing turns into breathtaking art.
Back page – This is us
The Lekwena Weather Radar project will have real-world impact on issues such as droughts, flash-flooding and other weather-related events.