Psychology
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Colloquia

​Colloquium Enquiries:   Mrs Elrika White

E-mail Address:  elrikawhite@sun.ac.za

Tel number: 27 21 808 3466

Colloquium dates 2017

SpeakerDate
Dr Maria Loades20 Feb
Dr Wylene Saal6 March
Dr. Reuter (CPMH) Hermann Reuter (SU)13 March
Dr Sherine Van Wyk27 March
Michaela Avlund3 April
Nathan Mcgregor24 April
Prof Nox Makunga (at Stellenbosch)8 May
Kobus Moolman22 May
Break
Prof Sewram17 July
Erica Breuer24 July 2017
Prof Jan Botha (CREST)14 August
Ronelle Burger28 August
Katherine Sorsdahl11 September
Prof Christine Lochner18 September
Lorenza Williams-Fluks2 October
Naiema Taliep16 October
Lieketseng Ned30 October

The link to the podcasts

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1ydmoe8xb0wd7ow/AACtrQRLshqje623FO3cdkYha?dl=0

 

Colloquium 2016                                                                                           

 Date     ​Tentative speaker  ​Affiliation
25-Jul-16​Elona Toska Oxford University​​Mzantsi Wakho – Improving ART adherence and sexual health outcomes amongst HIV-positive adolescents in South Africa
​ 1-Aug-16            ​Jessica Magidson Harvard UniversityCounselor-delivered substance use intervention in HIV care in Cape Town
8-Aug-16            Saalih Allie UCT - Physics and CHEDTruth claims in science
​15-Aug-16         ​Don Pinnock Freelance Author and UCT CriminologyDon talked about his new book "Gang Town"
22-Aug-16         Johan Mouton CREST, SU​Measuring the quality of research outputs
​29-Aug-16         ​Yvonne Sliep UKZN psychologyReflexivity in-Context
5-Sep-16           ​Vacation - no colloquium 
​12-Sep-16         Karen Solms Solms Delta, psychoanalystGrey is all theory"… (Goethe): Some obstacles to application of knowledge and understanding, in developing and changing society
19-Sep-16         ​Gabby Kelly CSSR, UCT​Disability and social security
​ 3-Oct-16       ​​Charlotte Capri UCT Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health
​10-Oct-16   ​Sara Cooper UCT Public HealthRethinking global mental health
17-Oct-16RhodesMustFall. Nibbling at Resident Colonialism in South Africa.