PhD graduates at UKZN have been fortunate to have one of their lecturers teach them from their first year at undergraduate level through to the completion of their doctorates.
Representatives from the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) held an orientation session for Criminology and Forensic Studies students on the Howard College campus.
Criminologists in the School of Applied Human Sciences, Drs Sazelo Mkhize and Sogo Angel Olofinbiyi’s research on “Social dimension of risk behaviours among adolescent prostitutes: Insight from South-Western Nigeria” has been published in the Cogent Social Sciences academic journal.
Criminology lecturer Ms Vuyelwa Maweni of the School of Applied Human Sciences has been appointed Editor of the Criminological Society of South Africa (CRIMSA) Newsletter.
Ms Londeka Ngubane, of the School of Applied Human Sciences, was recently appointed by the Minister of Transport Dr Blade Nzimande to serve on a Panel of Experts in relation to a new transport system that he will be launching soon.
Examining Maternal and Paternal Involvement as Promotive Factors of Competence in African American Children in Informal Kinship Care, was the topic of a lecture presented at UKZN by a social work academic from the University of North Carolina in the United States, Dr Tyreasa Washington. Addressing social work staff and students, Washington said: ‘Grandparents or