Congratulations to Sue Harrison from the University of Cape Town and programme manager of the c*change Paraffin Activation programme, who was the winner of a 2015/2016 NSTF-South32 Award in the category for engineering capacity development over the last five to ten years. The winners were announced at a gala dinner on 30 June 2016. The Research and Engineering Capacity Development award is given to individuals who, over the last five to ten years, demonstrated outstanding leadership in increasing the participation of young researchers or engineers in their chosen SET fields. A significant amount of this work was conducted within the c*change centre of excellence.
This text was in part originally published in the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment University of Cape Town Newsletter Vol. 12 Issue 2.Back