College of Graduate Studies

Freedom Fridays—The enterprise of science requires greater critical interrogation

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Prof. Mohamed Seedat (Head: Institute for Social and Health Sciences at Unisa) is one of the very few Unisa researchers to attain an NRF B2 rating, which indicates considerable

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SARChI Chair explores IKS in Canada

Professor Catherine Odora Hoppers, incumbent of Unisa’s Department of Science and Technology (DST)/National Research Foundation (NRF) South African Research Chairs Initiative (SARChI) in Development Education continued with her search for transformative and innovative ways to bring indigenous knowledge systems into the academy in South Africa in her recent visit to Ontario, Canada.

Professor Catherine Odora Hoppers, incumbent of Unisa’s Department of Science and Technology (DST)/National Research Foundation (NRF) South African Research Chairs Initiative (SARChI) in Development Education continued with her search

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Unisa student makes waves in radio astronomy

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Sayan Basu, a Unisa radio astronomy PhD student, is from a remote village called Kuchut in India. He fell in love with physics when he was in grade 12.

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CHS and CGS seminar confronts human rights violations towards migrants

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The Department of Political Sciences together with the College of Graduate Studies held a seminar that was themed Twenty years of democracy in South Africa: Confronting human rights violations towards foreign immigrants and refugees

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PhotoVoice children treated to a night with the stars!

A toast to the Astronomy Department for a great evening!

Rain could not dampen the spirits of the children who gathered at the Muckleneuk Campus on the evening of 1 March for a look into the wonderful and mysterious world of astronomy.

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