A ground-breaking research project which looks at how factors such as race, gender, class and language intersect to create inequality among university students is on the cards. The three-year project sees a team of academics from four universities exploring how these demographic characteristics combine to create inequalities among students... Read more
Documentary highlights albinism and education challenges
A chance encounter on a train has seen a Disability Unit staff member being featured in a documentary focusing on the challenges of people with albinism. Education and Albinism was produced by the Human Rights Media Centre and attempts to shed light on the realities of living with albinism... Read more
CPUT International fellowship programme boosts teaching and research
CPUT has benefited from a fellowship program, which gives African-born scholars in the United States and Canada the opportunity to collaborate with universities in six African countries. A collaborative application between Dr Kareemah Gamieldien from CPUT’s Department of Emergency Medical Sciences (EMS) and Prof M. Faadiel Essop from the Physiological Sciences... Read more
SARETEC wind turbine service technicians graduate
As the world recognises Global Wind Day today a very special occasion linked to the potential of wind power will be taking place at CPUT. The South African Renewable Energy Technology Centre (SARETEC) and Nordex Acciona Wind Power will be hosting its first graduation ceremony of wind turbine service... Read more