Community Engagement Award for the Amanzi for Food Project
The Environmental Learning Research Centre, together with the Water Research Commission, have been actively engaged in developing an innovative social learning model focussing on water for food production via the Amanzi [Water] for Food project.
VC’s Senior Research Award to Prof Sisitka
“Theoretically stringent and clear”, having “indisputable academic status”, “exceptional, consistent effort and intellectual rigour”, being “an important international player”, and producing work that is “the highest standard in her field”.
Three PhDs and 8 M.Eds graduate!
The 2017 graduation ceremony saw three new PhDs graduate from the Environmental Learning Research Centre! Their work spans the southern African region, and makes contributions to knowledge at the cutting edges of community-based irrigation scheme development, teacher education, and green work and learning.
UNESCO and Partners Workshop on “Sustainability Starts with Teachers” kicks off .
UNESCO and its partners, SARUA, Rhodes University and South Africa’s Department of Basic Education kicked off a regional workshop bringing together ministerial representatives, Teacher Training Institutions (TTIS) and experts on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Johannesburg on 26 January 2017.