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Associate Professor ‌Beverley Wilson

Associate Professor ‌Beverley Wilson was born in Canada and received most of her formal education there but went to the U.S.A. for PhD studies. She got married in 1981 in Grahamstown to Professor Egil Ramstad and remained married to him until he passed away 25 years later. They did not have any children. Beverley came to Rhodes University in 1972 as a lecturer in an area of Pharmacy and have been here and in Pharmacy since that time, eventually becoming an Associate Professor and then an Associate Professor Emeritus upon retirement. Beverley was the Dean of the Faculty for 7 years during the ‘90s and have been and continue to be Co-ordinator of the Doctor of Pharmacy Programme since its inception in 2004. Beverley was the warden of Prince Alfred House for a couple of years and then became the first Warden of Dingemans House. She left there in 1981 and have been associated with Hobson Hall as a Fellow and now Honorary Life Fellow since then.

Associate Professor ‌Beverley Wilson is a lecturer in the Pharmacy Department at Rhodes University teaching the Doctor of Pharmacy programme. Associate Professor ‌Beverley Wilson research interests are Clinical Pharmacy. 

 

Dr Nosiphiwe Ngqwala

Dr Nosiphiwe Ngqwala is a lecturer in the Pharmacy Department at Rhodes University. Dr Nosiphiwe Ngqwala teaches Pharmaceutical Biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Immunolog and Research Methodology. Dr Nosiphiwe Ngqwala's special area of focus is on pharmaceutical chemistry, water, sanitation and the removal of pharmaceuticals from wastewater. Dr Nosiphiwe Ngqwala concentrates on waste water treatment, wastewater, and antimicrobial resistance in the environment.

 

Professor Gary Watkins 

Professor Gary Watkins is a lecturer in the Chemistry Department at Rhodes University. Professor Gary Watkins currently teaches 1st Year: Chemical & physical equilibria, 3rd Year: Coordination compounds & transition metal chemistry: Theoretical aspects, application in magnetism and spectroscopy and Honours Year: Group theory; Advanced applied vibrational spectroscopy; Inorganic reaction mechanisms. Previously Professor Gary Watkins taught 2nd Year: Foundational Chemical Principles: Periodic trends of the main group elements.

 

Associate Professor Sally Hunt

Associate Professor Sally Hunt is a lecturer in the English Language and Linguistics Department at Rhodes University. Associate Professor Sally Hunt research interests are Corpus linguistics, (Critical) Discourse Analysis and Language and gender. Associate Professor Sally Hunt teaches Linguistics 1 Language in Conversation, Linguistics 2&3 (Critical) Discourse Analysis, Postgraduate Language and Gender and Postgraduate Corpus Linguistics.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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