ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY: Dr Samson Khene, Department of Chemistry
Rapid industrial and agricultural growth worldwide has led to increasing discharge of toxic substances such as chlorophenols as effluents that contaminate the ecosystem and accumulate in the food chain.
Collaborative Environmental Governance
“Ecosystems are the earth’s life support system. In an era of unprecedented social and ecological change from local to global levels, effective decision making at all scales is a primary challenge,” said Dr Georgina Cundill
VC’S DISTINGUISHED AWARD FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
Professor Martin Hill and the Biological Control Research Group (BCRG), including Drs Julie Coetzee, Jaclyn Hill and Grant Martin, from the Department of Zoology and Entomology, received the 2013 Vice Chancellor’s Distinguished Award for Community Engagement.