Calls for Nominations for the Vice Chancellor’s Community engagement Award for 2016
The Vice Chancellor’s Distinguished Community Engagement Award is a prestigious and competitive annual award that recognises meaningful and committed partnerships between the members of the university and the community.
Science and indigenous knowledge: the best of both worlds
Learning is a collaborative process between teacher and learner. At least it should be.
SA academics receive local and international recognition for book on the current state of affairs in SA’s tertiary sector
Rhodes University academics Sally Matthews and Pedro Tabensky have been shortlisted for an NIHHS award in the Category: Best Non-Fiction edited book for their book Being at Home.
Science Festival highlights indigenous knowledge on its 21st year
This year marks the 21st year of existence for the Science Festival Africa currently underway in Grahamstown.
Hundreds of students to serve the Grahamstown Community
Over 600 Rhodes University students opened the new academic year with an intent to be more than just academic students but to actively engage in the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge to the greater Grahamstown community.
Over 600 students volunteer for Community Engagement 2017
One of the primary roles of a Higher Education institution in a society is knowledge generation and knowledge dissemination.