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DUT Hosts World Conference On Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education Workshops


Delegates from 30 countries have converged in the city of Durban for the 18th World Conference on Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education.

Indian Academic Talks Neural Computing With DUT Academics


The Durban University of Technology has the honour of hosting Dr Thagadur N. Nagabhushan, Indian academic, who will be sharing his knowledge on neural…

Help at Hand For Budding and Talented Writers At DUT


Staff and students at the Durban University of Technology are being urged to take advantage of the University’s Writing Centres, a new initiative…

DUT Food and Nutrition Consumer Sciences Students Donate Sport Equipment And Stationery To Kenneth Gardens Community


Students from the Food and Nutrition Consumer Sciences Department at the Durban University of Technology recently donated stationery, sport equipment…

Tech way of teaching scores lecturer awards


Many old-school teachers struggle to prise their students’ eyes away from glowing screens and onto the blackboard, but “digital immigrant” Roshnee…

Inyathelo Discusses Establishment of An Advancement Operation with DUT


On Wednesday (June 5, 2013), a number of DUT staff members met with Shelagh Gastrow and Riedwaan Baboo of Inyathelo to discuss the basic elements in…

Robust Discussions at 2013 World Conference on Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education


The World Conference on Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education proceedings are continuing smoothly at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International…

DUT Food and Nutrition Consumer Sciences Students Advise Kenneth Gardens Community To Eat Healthier


Students from the Food and Nutrition Consumer Sciences Department at DUT recently embarked on their annual community service learning project, this…

DUT Students Mentor Teams Participating in Top Gear Competition


The month of June will see teams from seven Durban high schools, which have been mentored by engineering students from the Durban University of…

Student photographer takes winning shot


Duncan John Fraser, a third year student at the Durban University of Technology (DUT), snapped up first prize in the Gooderson Leisure Photographic…

DUT students give Umkomaas pre-school facelift


A community outreach programme by students from the Durban University of Technology gave an Umkomaas based pre-school a much needed facelift.

Vote For Your Favourite Newsmaker of the Year 2013


The public can now vote for their favourite Newsmaker of the Year 2013 with the annual event having been launched last week.

DUT Hosts Non-violence In Education Conference


An estimated number of 3 600 women could be falling victim to rape every day in South Africa; this according to South African Medical Research…

Sustainable Fashion Show For Climate Change


The DUT Department of Student Housing and the African Green Campus Initiative (AGCI) recently teamed up to present DUT’s first “green” fashion…

DUT Academic Shines At The SADC Gender Awards


DUT Journalism Programme Co-ordinator and Lecturer Maud Blose shone at the recent Southern African Development Community (SADC) Gender Awards ceremony…

New DUT Midlands Campus Director Assumes Duties


The Durban University of Technology extends a warm welcome to Doctor Martin de Porres Archibald Mandew, the new Director of the University’s…

Nurses Urged To Be Caring Towards Patients


The Department of Nursing at the Durban University of Technology recently celebrated International Nurses Day at the DUT Open House Building where…

DUT Hosts SACDA Meeting


For the first time last week, the Durban University of Technology hosted the South African Commerce Deans Association (SACDA) Meeting at the Ritson…

Deadline For Call For Abstracts (EURS 2013) Extended!


Due the growing demand and request by researchers to present and submit their completed abstracts at the upcoming eThekwini-University Research…

Shock study reveals low pupil literacy


A KWAZULU-NATAL academic has uncovered shockingly low levels of literacy among young pupils in the Phoenix and Tongaat areas.Tongaat resident Dr…

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