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Congratulations to our 2016 Graduates

Date Released: Thu, 31 March 2016 17:46 +0200

Rhodes JMS is would like to congratulate all those graduating from the School.

A special congratulations those who achieved colours and honours:

ACADEMIC HONOURS

HAITH, Chelsea

HALL, Kerstin

ACADEMIC COLOURS

BERG, Jane

CAMERON, Heather Sinclair

CHENGETA, Gorata

DRAPER, Tomas Adam

FRIELINGHAUS, Kelly

FULLER, Louise Olive

HARKESS, Amy-Jane Wagner

KREUSCH, Danica Clea

LATHAM, Wynona Kika

LEWIS, Stuart Thembisile

MACDONALD, Rhea Henrica Johanna

MACLEAN, Kate

MAGGS, Alexandra Catherine

We would also like to congratulate our Masters and PhD students on the successful submission of their thesis:

MASTERS

BOOTH, Christopher Willman, BJourn (Rhodes), in Journalism & Media Studies, with distinction, in the School of Journalism and Media Studies. Degree by thesis. Thesis: Creating evidence-based guidelines for healthy eating educational campaigns aimed at low income South Africans: a case study of Grahamstown.

GHARBAHARAN, Leah, BJrn (Rhodes), in Journalism & Media Studies, in the School of Journalism and Media Studies. Degree by coursework and thesis. Thesis: An investigation into the discursive constructions of childhood masculinity and femininity in Ben 10.

LANG, Sander Steven, in Journalism & Media Studies, in the School of Journalism and Media Studies. Degree by coursework and thesis. Thesis: How do editors’ attitudes and perceptions of readers’ interests combine with other factors to influence the publication of articles on the natural sciences in the Daily Dispatch?

MILUPI, Mulako, BA (Zambia), in Journalism & Media Studies, in the School of Journalism and Media Studies. Degree by coursework and thesis. Thesis: constructing a local approach to journalism education: A study of Zambian educators’ conceptualisation of the ideal journalism curriculum.

PHD

MARE, Admire, MA (Rhodes), in Journalism and Media Studies, in the School of Journalism and Media Studies. Degree by thesis. Thesis: Facebook, youth and political action: A comparative study of Zimbabwe and South Africa. Supervisor: Professor J Duncan (UJ). Co-supervisor: Professor HJ Wasserman

TSARWE, Stanley Zvinaiye, MA (Rhodes), in Journalism & Media Studies, in the School of Journalism and Media Studies. Degree by thesis. Thesis: The gendered appropriation of the mobile phone for online health information by youths in Zimbabwean tertiary learning institutions. Supervisor: Professor H Dugmore.

We are also proud to announce that one of our lecturers and our Deputy Head, Prof Anthea Garman, has been awarded the Vice-Chancellor's book award for her book, “Antjie Krog and the Post-Apartheid Public Sphere: Speaking Poetry to Power” 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!

Source:Rhodes JMS