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e'Bosch - Universiteit Stellenbosch se jaarlikse erfenislesinghttp://www.sun.ac.za/afrikaans/Lists/Events/DispForm.aspx?ID=5047 e'Bosch - Universiteit Stellenbosch se jaarlikse erfenislesing2021-09-23T16:00:00Z
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http://www.sun.ac.za/siThe 123 of TB (TB-123)This project engaged with the Upington (Northern Cape province) community in order to improve general TB knowledge and awareness.  The TB Host Genetics group in the Division of Molecular Biology and Human Genetics has an ongoing study in the Northern Cape involving genetic susceptibility to TB. Our group has been involved in genetics research in the Northern Cape since 2009, having made several trips to provide feedback on our research, and build on community participation and collaboration. Initially the study was only focused on population genetics, but we noticed an exceptionally high TB incidence in the area and therefore expanded the work to also collect DNA from people attending TB clinics in the greater Upington area. ​ Our overall aim was to improve general TB knowledge and awareness in the Upington community. We accomplished this by: An interactive exhibition at Upington High School (Day 1) Hosting the exhibition at venues in and around Upington (Day 2-3). Our study nurse will distribute flyers about the event at the respective community clinics. We will arrange transport for individuals interested in attending on the day of the event. This will highlight the important role of science and research in the battle against TB and will foster a positive perception of TB research in the community.​ Our study nurse distributed flyers about the event. We highlighted the important role of science and research in the battle against TB and fostered a positive perception of TB research in the community. The community was exceptionally welcoming and we made many new connections. Especially of help was our research nurse, Sr Lena van der Westhuizen, our community research assistant Arcah Leahzan,  Elsabé Gresse and Karen Ekkerd from Toyota Upington (providing gazebos and tables), Elmarie Korf from Kgalagadi Pick n Pay Centre, Fiona Dames from Oranjerivier Wynkelder and Veronica Wakefield, a private community member. On the first day we visited Upington High School with the exhibition. Due to COVID-19 regulations, half of the school attends in the morning and the other half in the afternoon. All learners could visit us during their breaks. The life sciences learners from grade 10-12 had dedicated slots to visit with their teachers. I also gave two talks on TB at Toyota Upington on this day. Here we answered many questions about the COVID-19 vaccine too!On day two, Dr Cedric Werely had a radio interview with Radio Riverside, which attracted much attention. We then hosted the exhibition at the taxi rank in Upington, where we had many visitors (Veronica even arranged our own private bodyguard). Dr Desiree Petersen and I gave a talk to staff  at the Oranjerivier Wynkelder.On day three, we took the exhibition to the Kalahari mall where we were stationed outside of the Pick n Pay.​We all agreed that it would be lovely to make this an annual event, as we were not able to visit all the schools in the town and had some requests to visit there too. Unfortunately due to time constraints we could not make it there.1341
http://www.sun.ac.za/siBTh Hybrid CohortThe Hybrid BTh programme is a hybrid learning platform that creates at opportunity to address the historical educational injustices of South Africa, where indigenous groups were not afforded an equal standard of education or opportunity to advance themselves academically. It also seeks to provide a platform for mature students from the age of 23 who are working individuals or those who want to pursue a second career within the theological sphere to acquire theological knowledge. Lastly, this programme creates the opportunity for existing pastors from disadvantaged communities and smaller church associations who do not have any University qualification to equip them theologically for their ministry within these communities. The programme is an co-initiative of Ekklesia who is an ecumenical centre for continuous theological education and reflection at the Faculty of Theology that focuses on mustering a wide spectrum of groups and cultures for cross pollination and integrative purposes. Because we live in a world where change is constant, learning from others how to manage change innovatively is paramount to create a world where everybody flourish. This programme creates such an environment for Christians to co-create a learning space that extends their intellectual, cultural and social borders. Ekklesia is mindful that in a diverse context like South Africa such learning environments needs special facilitation to become a conducive space where everyone succeeds. More importantly, for the programme to be successful in the University context that strives toward academic excellence, special attention is provided for academic support because of Ekklesia's focus towards educational justice for all groups in South Africa. The academic support that Ekklesia co-ordinates is made possible from funding beyond the borders of Stellenbosch University. ​1445
http://www.sun.ac.za/siChemistry Dept: Guidance to learners and popularisation of scienceAcademics of Stellebosch University Faculty of Science provides support to guide and support learners of Science. Through this initiative academics are involved in various activities that facilitates the popularisation of science, activities include special lectures, judging panels, workshop presentations, consultations and providing community support (i.e. Curriulum and Assessment Policy Statements - CAPS content monitoring).1439

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