UCT News
March 2016
Issue 09
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Young people come first, says incoming DVC Young people give me hope

Mamokgethi Phakeng never saw herself becoming a professor. Today she's an internationally recognised researcher, an inspiration to many students and learners, and UCT's incoming deputy vice-chancellor for research and internationalisation.

Read about her journey...
Activities   News   Campus life
Teaching and Learning Conference   New dean of law up for the challenge   Matric star urges fellow students to 'seize the day'
Register now: UCT's Teaching & Learning Conference is happening, 30 March   "It's always about the student." Meet Penny Andrews, UCT's new dean of law   "Seize the day!" First-year student (and top matric) Namhla Juqu drops some wisdom
Seminars, talks and public lectures - March 2016   Free education for the poor on the cards   New registrar: 'more than just a channel for bureaucracy'
Take your pick of UCT concerts, seminars, talks and public lectures   Is free education for the poor possible? UCT's new finance director hopes to show how   Registrar Royston Pillay on why we should question assumptions and "old ways of doing things"
A turning point for UCT

"We cannot delay and be complacent about the real deep-seated changes that need to occur." Dr Russell Ally, executive director of the alumni and development department, talks transformation and recent protests at UCT.

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A turning point for UCT
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