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Live stream: Unpacking violence within families
UCT’s Children’s Institute will host a live stream of a symposium unpacking the impact of violence within families on 21 November.
16 Nov 2018
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Two-part textiles exhibition
UCT’s Irma Stern Museum will host Artist’s Textiles, a group exhibition curated by artist David Bellamy from 17 November.
12 Nov 2018
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Poetry and musical tribute
05 Nov 2018
Social Responsiveness Award: Nominations deadline
29 Oct 2018
‘Star’ artists support Michaelis fundraiser
15 Oct 2018
VC’s message to matrics
15 Oct 2018
Smuts Hall 90th anniversary weekend
11 Oct 2018
Neil Armitage Inaugural Lecture
09 Oct 2018
Mental health roundtable
03 Oct 2018
Tshilidzi Marwala Open Lecture
02 Oct 2018
IRTC submission deadline extension
28 Sep 2018
Make your Humanities degree work for you
19 Sep 2018
Sarah Baartman exhibition
18 Sep 2018
Karin Murris inaugural lecture
28 Aug 2018
MOU signed with the University of Massachusetts
A memorandum of understanding was signed between the University of Cape Town and the University of Massachusetts on Monday, 23 July.
26 Jul 2018
Financial maths duo’s big win
Two financial maths master’s students helped their international team clinch a coveted trophy by solving an investment problem for a Zurich private markets firm.
25 Jul 2018
UCT welcomes Wikimania 2018
Around 700 of the best Wiki minds are Cape Town-bound, ready to do the hard work required to boost the African content on the popular knowledge platform.
09 Jul 2018
UCT hosts first gesture studies conference in Africa
Emerging sign languages in Africa will be high on the agenda as signing and gesture experts from around the world meet in Cape Town this week.
05 Jul 2018
Finance Department undergoes self-review
As part of a self-review process, the UCT Finance Department has appealed to all university stakeholders to take 20 minutes to complete an important new survey.
28 Jun 2018
Meet the linguists
The UCE co-hosted International Congress of Linguists comes to Cape Town from 2 to 6 July. The conference will focus on research pertinent to Africa.
25 Jun 2018
Steps towards decolonised learning
The Decolonial Winter School, which takes place from 24 to 30 June, hopes to begin the work of activating decolonial theory in teaching and learning.
22 Jun 2018
An ode to autumn
The new exhibition at the Irma Stern Museum, Wild Harvest: nectar, berries, capsules and seeds, celebrates autumn, and our rich natural heritage.
14 Jun 2018
Umthombo: UCT’s new research magazine
UCT has launched the first issue of its research magazine Umthombo, featuring stories from across the university that illustrate the diversity and quality of our research.
08 Jun 2018
A staff farewell for Dr Price
The Chair of Council invites all UCT staff to join him in bidding farewell to the outgoing Vice-Chancellor, Dr Max Price, on Tuesday, 19 June.
31 May 2018
A student farewell for Dr Price
The Chair of Council invites all UCT students to join him in bidding farewell to the outgoing Vice-Chancellor, Dr Max Price, on Monday, 21 May.
18 May 2018
Mental health needs investment
Professor Crick Lund will argue for the need to invest in mental health in low- and middle-income countries in his upcoming inaugural lecture.
16 May 2018
Apply now to the LSE-UCT July School
The London School of Economics and Political Science and UCT will be co-hosting the sixth LSE–UCT July School from 25 June to 6 July.
07 May 2018
UCT 10 km Memorial Run
The annual UCT 10 km Memorial Run takes place at 07:00 on Sunday, 6 May and is open to all staff and students.
03 May 2018
Building resilient societies
Associate Professor Dr Nancy Odendaal will make a presentation to the United Nations as part of a panel focused on balancing infrastructure development and sustainability.
24 Apr 2018
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