CUT Vice-Chancellor receives the 2023 Presidency Lifetime Award
Accompanying the VC is from left: Mr. Thapelo Morapeli, Assistant Manager: PHC Health Care, Mrs. Tebogo Ngo, Manager: Residence Life, Dr. Titus Williams, Faculty Administrator: Humanities, Prof. Pamela Dube, Vice Chancellor & Principal, Mrs. Boipelo Nakedi, Acting Dean: Student Affairs, Ms. Idah Tukulu, Student Assistant: Student Affairs, Mrs. Letshego Rapapali, Reading Development Officer: Health Care & Psychological Services and Mr. Paulus Mohlabi, Snr. Officer: Protection Services.
The South African Association of Senior Student Affairs Professionals (SAASSAP) aims to recognise Student Affairs and Services (SAS) professionals – both past and present – who have contributed to the holistic growth and development of students and have played a pivotal role in the advancement of higher education.
Professor Pamela Dube, Vice-Chancellor and Principal was recently recognised by SAASSAP as the most deserving recipient of the 2023 Presidency Lifetime Award for her outstanding career and enormous contributions to higher education in South Africa. The roundtable and awards conference took place on 02 December 2023 at the University of the Free State under the theme ‘The State of our Democracies, Governance Institutions, and Security: The need for Collective Wisdom.
Prof. Dube was awarded for her immense contribution and the role she played in Student Affairs and Services as an academic in Germany, Nepal, and South Africa, and particularly her active and advocacy role when she served as the Dean of Students at the University of Witwatersrand and as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Student Development and Support at the University of the Western Cape.Uploaded: 05 December 2023
CUT hosts the first for Africa’s 13th International Group for Mathematical Creativity and Giftedness ConferenceHumanities CUT News
Bill Speer from the University of Nevada delivering his keynote address.The Faculty of Humanities at...
CUT students successfully participate in the 2023 Collaborative Online International Learning projectCUT News Students International
CUT students from different faculties who successfully participated in the 2023 COIL module.The Central...
FNB CUT beats FNB UJ at their first home ground matchCUT News Students Sport
Dogged defending from FNB CUT as well as poor discipline from FNB UJ handed the former a handy 23-19...