Bachelor of Social Sciences (Criminology and Psychology) graduate Ms Sinenhlanhla Shange sold cow-head stew (iskopo) to fund her studies and support her family.
PhD research shows Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma gets rough treatment from online press in stark contrast to President Cyril Ramaphosa who is the electronic media’s darling.
Growing up in a small KwaZulu-Natal town, which had a shortage of health workers and no mental health professionals, influenced a young woman’s career choice.
Despite suffering a stroke that paraylsed the left side of her body, Ms Nokubonga Sithole graduated with a Bachelor of Social Sciences degree.
A video that deals with fear and anxiety during COVID-19 and can be viewed on YouTube is the product of a collaboration between UKZN’s Department of Psychology, an adult education specialist, and the Centre for Rural Health.
Masters students in Psychology at UKZN are offering free online support for three sessions over the Zoom platform that cover individual counselling, group support and support for healthcare workers, to deal with the stresses of lockdown and the traumatic impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. All interventions take place online.
PhD student in the School of Arts Mr Damien Tomaselli together with some Centre for Communication, Media and Society (CCMS) staff members are part of a digital comic called Don’t Panic.
The Common Ground Research Network of the University of Illinois in the United States selected UKZN PhD student Mr Akwasi Bosompem Boateng for its emerging scholar award in recognition of his outstanding research work.
Six UKZN social work students were in Germany on an exchange programme for two weeks.