The College of Graduate Studies is made up of the Department of Interdisciplinary Research, the Archie Mafeje Research Institute, the South African Research Chair in Development Education and the Institutes for African Renaissance Studies, Open and Distance Learning, Science & Technology Education, Social & Health Sciences.
Through research, each of Unisa's colleges aim to advance the realisation of excellent research and innovative solutions that address important national and global questions, and to contribute to the economic, social, cultural and environmental well-being of South Africa and the African continent.
Unisa's esteemed academics and researchers can provide insightful comment and opinion on a number of topics, from robotics to folklore. Browse the Experts Directory to find individuals with specific fields of expertise within each Unisa college.
There are currently a number of Community Engagement projects taking place across the College of Graduate Studies. These include the training of subject facilitators in Mathematics and Science for the Nkungumathe Youth Development Project and Winter School project in Science and Mathematics education.
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School of Interdisciplinary Research: Training schedule 2014. Read more...