Dr Adam Flowers
Brand Ambassador – July 2016
Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences
Barely six months after having joined the University, Dr Flowers presence within the academic fraternity is already being felt. Dr Flowers was fundamental in introducing a programme designed to provide students with a systematic and coherent introduction to the broad knowledge, principles, concepts and problem-solving techniques of pre-hospital emergency medical care.
He has introduced his learners to a unique set-up of community service driven learning, an initiative that seeks to integrate what is taught in the classroom into community engagement activities the learners engage in, particularly in low income communities. This unique learning experience creates a condition where students are exposed to the actual situation on the ground, and in the same breath learners are afforded an opportunity to contribute meaningfully to their communities, creating communities of shared learning.
His peers describe him as friendly, conscientious, helpful, one who always volunteers himself to assist where he can and will extend beyond the call of duty to ensure that set targets achieved.
Dr Flowers is a true brand ambassador of our University and is truly deserving of the Brand Ambassador Award for the month of July 2016.