Every single human being on the planet lives in a catchment.
"Every single human being on the planet lives in a catchment." When you look at it like that, studying water is probably the ultimate in community engagement. We know that water is one of South Africa's biggest challenges. In the latest Engagement in Action podcast, Professor Tally Palmer, Director of the Institute of Water Research at Rhodes, talks about how she thinks we can meet it.
Invitation: Digital Storytelling Course
RUCE invites interested individuals to apply for a digital storytelling short course. This short course is aimed at facilitators and teachers who wish to use the methodology in their workplace
VC’S DISTINGUISHED AWARD WINNER for 2017
It is with great pleasure that we announce Professor Jacqueline Akhurst, from the Department of Psychology, as the recipient of the 2017 Vice Chancellor’s Distinguished Award for Community Engagement
Our third episode of the Engagement in Action podcast series
Nosiphiwe “Nosi” Ngqwala arrived at Rhodes to do a masters in biochemistry. She became a student volunteer but realised there was no organisation focusing on what she felt was the most important job of all - teaching the next generation of South Africans how to look after their environment.
Engagement in Action Podcast Series