Eagi, our NWU mascot, is on top of everything that happens at the NWU and is eager to share it all with you. So, without further ado, let’s go to our newsroom, where Eagi will give you a bird's eye view of the NWU.
We trust that you will find the following stories interesting and informative:
Dr Lynette Drevin, associate professor and subject chair at the School of Computer Science and Information Systems, was awarded an IFIP Service Award during the International Federation for Information Processing General Assembly held from 25 to 28 June in Lisbon, Portugal.
Senior commercialisation specialist FR Bezuidenhout from the Technology Transfer and Innovation Support office was recently awarded the Early Career Excellence in Innovation Management award by the Department of Science and Innovation and the Southern African Research and Innovation Management Association (SARIMA).
Prof Karl Peltzer and Prof Supa Pengpid from Mahidol University in Thailand recently visited the campus in Mahikeng to provide mentorship to emerging researchers as part of the University Capacity Development Programme grant.
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Prof Elmarie van der Schyff of the Faculty of Law has been appointed as a judge in the Gauteng Division of the High Court after President Cyril Ramaphosa signed off on her appointment in mid-November.
Competing against 27 women in the Africa Pageant, Maggie Jasson from the Faculty of Education was recently crowned Mrs Africa International 2020.
South Africa has only one national facility with a radiobiology laboratory, and it’s not every day that the opportunity arises to visit it.
For the BSc honours students from the Centre for Applied Radiation Science and Technology on the campus in Mahikeng, a recent research trip to this facility in Cape Town was a major highlight.
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