Researchers deserving of recognition
The stars fell into place as the night skies ushered in VIP’s and their spouses to the Annual Awards for Research & Rectors Award for Teaching Excellence at the glamorous Bon Hotel on the evening of 20 November 2014.
Long flowey ball gowns, bowties and lounge suits were the order of the night as recipients and their spouses enjoyed an evening of leisure, pleasure and entertainment by the extravagant and delightful Jennifer Jones.
Researchers excited about future prospects
On 17 October 2014, the Faculty of Applied and Computer Sciences held their Annual Research Awards function on the banks of the Vaal River. The Bond Hotel & Conference Centre played host to this function where five recipients were recognised for their contribution towards research in this faculty.
Research - The key to new knowledge
In this day and age it has become imperative to ensure collaboration between policy-makers, corporate entities, academics and NGOs for the generation of new knowledge, thus governments, business, industry and communities have become reliant on university researchers to meet with the rapid changes in the technological era.
Faculty of Management Sciences Research Awards
The Faculty of Management Sciences held its 7th Annual Research Awards on 24 October 2014 at Lord’s Signature hotel. The aim of the event is to recognise those that work tirelessly to ensure the research culture does not die within the faculty. The event was themed ‘Setting the scene for the next generation of researchers in the Faculty of Management Sciences’.
Academics championing research
Away from the hustle and bustle of city life CBD of Vereeniging, lies the serene setting of The Lords Signature Hotel that hosted the Annual Faculty of Human Sciences Research Awards ceremony on 16 October 2014.
The Dean of the faculty; Professor Riana Van Der Bank, is an exceptional example of excellence as she encouraged and led her team of academics into completing their research projects to ensure that the faculty produces results that will ultimately benefit the institution, the community, business and government at large.
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