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PhD examines complex governance systems in Kosi Bay
Philile Mbatha left KwaZulu-Natal for UCT with a bag of prospects and family expectations. But a PhD is bringing the nGAP scholar full circle as she helps communities at a World Heritage Site in her home province.
Collecting in-situ data – EGS4038F Course Field Trip
The EGS4038F Course Field Trip took place on the 6th to 8th May on two family farms located between Hermanus and Standford. The mountainous view was right outside our doorstep, and the melodious sound of the lagoon brought an ambience of serenity....
EGS welcomes new Masters in Environment Society and Sustainability
As part of the welcome activities, our MPhil and MSc Environment, Society and Sustainability class recently spent a night away together to know one another them better.
CSAG Director Prof Bruce Hewitson – University of Cape Town’s newest A-rated researcher
Professor Bruce Hewitson is UCT’s newest A-rated researcher following the latest round of National Research Foundation ratings. A-ratings are awarded to researchers who are “unequivocally recognised by their peers as leading international scholars...
A Fellow of the Royal Society of South Africa
Michael Meadows, the head of deparment, has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of South Africa.
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Thursday, 25 August 2016

One of UCT’s five New Generation of Academics Programme (nGAP) scholars, Mbatha had been set for a career at the parastatal who’d funded her honours year. And it was time to honour the family of modest means who’d supported her through her difficult undergrad years as she struggled to find her path.

Publication Date:
Thursday, May 26, 2016 - 12:15

The EGS4038F Course Field Trip took place on the 6th to 8th May on two family farms located between Hermanus and Standford. The mountainous view was right outside our doorstep, and the melodious sound of the lagoon brought an ambience of serenity. It was a tranquil experience with Mother Nature 

Publication Date:
Thursday, May 26, 2016 - 11:45

As part of the welcome activities, our MPhil and MSc Environment, Society and Sustainability class recently spent a night away together to know one another them better.

Publication Date:
Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 19:45

The EGS department welcomed over 50 new course work postgraduates during Orientation Week (8-12 February 2016). EGS hosts a number of postgraduate programmes, with students registered in the faculties of Science and Humanites. 

Publication Date:
Saturday, February 13, 2016 - 15:45

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