The spotlight on the final day of the Nelson Mandela University 2022, was on Open Science and Open Education, in the format of a seminar facilitated by Gino Fransman, Project Leader of Open Education Influencers at Nelson Mandela University.
Nelson Mandela University Research Week Day Four, introduced by Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Internationalisation, Dr Thandi Mgwebi, under the theme innovation and technology transfer session.
Interim Director for the Centre for Women and Gender Studies Dr Babalwa Magoqwana introduced Day three of Nelson Mandela University Research Week programme, highlighting the theme of research and innovation for global impact.
Dr Sepo Hachigonta, Director of Strategic Partnerships at the National Research Foundation (NRF), delved into how international partnerships can be leveraged to advance a research career, highlighting that researchers must be agile to deal with risks of failed funding efforts.
Day two of the Research Week held at Nelson Mandela University centred on ethics and fostering good partnerships for researchers.
The first day of the inaugural Nelson Mandela University Research Week focused on creating equity and inclusivity in research programmes.