NUST Health Services in conjunction with the Cancer Association of Namibia will
conduct a clinic on Pap Smear and Breast Examinations.
The objectives are to:
- Make women aware that cervical cancer can only be detected by a pap smear and if diagnosed early it can be cured;
- Sensitize women who are sexually active, regardless of their age or marital status to undergo a pap smear annually;
- Inform women that by breast examinations lumps can be detected early and be treated; and
- Inform woman also that the test will reveal and often the type of infection present in the vagina.
Date: Thursday, 07 March 2019
Time: 08:00 - 12:00
Venue: NUST Health Service
Donation: N$ 50.00 for Students and N$ 70.00 for Staff members.
The NCHE is coordinating the undertaking of the 2019 National Graduate Survey by the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST), University of Namibia (UNAM) and The International University of Management (IUM). The purpose of the Survey is to gather information on the current employment and economic status of NUST, UNAM and IUM graduates. Furthermore, the main objective of the survey is to assess the quality of higher education, its external efficiency and help to explore strategies for its improvement to effectively contribute to socio-economic development.
Therefore, all NUST graduates who completed their studies in the years 2014, 2015 and 2016, are invited to participate in the 2019 National Graduate Survey. The data collected will be treated with strict confidentiality and will not be used for anything other than for purposes of this study. Additionally, the results will be published without compromising individual privacy and identification.
Your participation in this study will be highly appreciated as the results from the survey will provide valuable insights for higher education policymakers, researchers, academics and administrators. This will ultimately enhance the overall performance of the education sector.
Dr. Tjama Tjivikua
Founding Vice-Chancellor: NUST
Project Management Training and Certification
The PRINCE2 Foundation course allows you to learn how to effectively manage a project, through one of the world’s most recognised project management methodologies. In an environment where you can actively participate and engage with both the material and others around you.
This accredited PRINCE2 Foundation course helps you prepare for the Foundation examination which assesses whether you can demonstrate sufficient recall and understanding of the project management method. Once you clear the foundation exam you will be eligible for PRINCE2 Practitioner certification.
Section: Student Counselling and HIV/AIDS Coordinator
The Department: Student Services is presenting a study skills workshop. The workshop provides students with academic support to enable them to develop effective study skills in order to excel in their academe. The following components will be covered in this workshop:
Note taking, time management, test preparation, concentration, procrastination, test anxiety and study skills techniques.
The objectives are to:
• To improve on concentration skills;
• To improve listening and note taking skills;
• To develop effective study habits and techniques and
• To prepare effectively for test.
Date: Wednesday, 27 February 2019
Time: 11:00 - 13:00
Venue: SRC Boardroom, Department: Student Services
The Practice of Nuclear Medicine in Namibia
Nuclear medicine plays a pivotal role in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, including cancer. The practice of nuclear medicine in the world has evolved over the past 70 years in terms of technology, radioisotopes, education and training, clinical procedures and utilization. Techniques using radioisotopes in nuclear medicine have proven their efficacy in the primary diagnosis and staging of different malignancies with high sensitivity and specificity, thereby detecting pathology far before it is evident, or detectable on conventional medical imaging. The aim of this public lecture is to reflect on the most recent developments in the specialty of nuclear medicine in Namibia and to envision future directions. These issues will be discussed in terms of dimensions of practice, growth over the years, as well as the education and training needs of professionals in the field of nuclear medicine in Namibia.
Modern Advances in Diagnostic Imaging
Today, most hospitals are equipped with digital imaging modalities such as digital radiography, fluoroscopy, mammography, computed tomography scanners, digital angiography units, and magnetic resonance imagers. There have been many improvements to imaging technology in recent years. Modern scanners can, within a few seconds, acquire images and construct sections in coronal, sagittal or a large variety of oblique planes, using large volumes of data from the axial sections. Computer programmes even allow tortuous structures, such as arteries and veins to be ‘unravelled’ and shown throughout their length in relation to their surroundings. Minimal invasive surgeries and treatment are made possible by new imaging technologies. While good clinical medicine must come first, we must not forget that most of the latest technological advances aim to extend our diagnostic range and to replace erstwhile invasive procedures with simple, reliable and cost-effective screening methods. It will therefore be short-sighted to ignore the advanced uses and applications offered by modern technologies, because of the significant costs associated with the acquisition of such cutting-edge and life-saving technologies.
NUST Cisco Networking Academy is offering Cisco classes for first semester of 2019. We will be offering CCNA 1 and any of CCNA 2-4 to NUST Faculty of Computing and Informatics students.
BEGINNING UNIVERSITY SURVEY OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT (BUSSE)
Inviting all NUST first year undergraduate students (first time to be at NUST in 2019) to complete the BUSSE survey before Friday, 29 March 2019.
2 Students can still win N$500 each, a winner for each draw will be announced on 15 March and 1 April 2019 respectively. .
Access the link below to share your opinion!
Professor Andreas Mershin is the current Research Scientist and Director of the Label-Free Research Group at the Centre for Bits and Atoms, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA.
Date: Monday, 28 January 2019
Venue: Auditorium 1
All prospective students who are still interested to apply for 2019 academic year at NUST are welcome to apply. Late application process takes place at NUST main campus at the Admissions Office. For available programmes, please contact 061 207 2056 or visit the Admissions Office.
Late applications are open until 28 January 2019.
Late application fee: N$550
The second AfriCHI 2018 conference will be hosted by the Namibia University of Science and Technology between 3rd and 7th December 2018, in Namibia, Windhoek. AfriCHI is a pan-African conference in Human Computer Interaction (HCI), interaction design and related fields that will bring together researchers, academics, practitioners, industry professionals and students who are African, are based in Africa or undertake or collaborate on projects about Africa.
As part of the AfriCHI conference, we have organised a series of workshops. The workshops’ are for researchers, developers, web designers, entrepreneurs and students.
Venue: Safari Hotel, Windhoek, Namibia
Dates: 3 – 7 December 2018
Workshop fee: N$500 half day/N$700 Full day per workshop (Includes conference materials and lunch!!!)
More details and registration link is available on conference website: http://africhi.net/
Call for articles, NAWA Journal of Language and Communication volume 12 number 2, (ISSN: 1993-3835).
Deadline for submission of articles is Thursday, 31 January 2019.
Theme: “Building a World-Class University Through Innovation and Research Excellence”
Date: 21 – 23 November 2018
Time: 07:30 – 13:00
Venue: Mining Auditorium, NUST Lower Campus
Dear valued students & staff members @ NUST:
Kindly note that an ITS system upgrade will take place as from 14 December 2018 until 04 January 2019.
The student kiosk and all other services pertaining ITS, will be inaccessible for this period.
Access your Supplement Timetable before or after this date. Banking & SMS services will not be affected.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Wishes for a blessed and restful Christmas period.
NUST is proud to host its annual Institutional Research Week 2018. The Institutional Research Week serves as a platform for academics to present their research findings, exchange ideas, and share experiences across disciplines.
The theme for this year’s Institutional Research Week is “Building a World-class University through Innovation and Research Excellence.”
Date: 21-23 November 2018
Time: 07:30 - 13:00
Venue: Mining Auditorium
Do you have problems with your Business Taxes, don’t know about tax requirements and don’t know how you can claim your VAT back, or just have questions on taxes.
Then join our Half a Day Seminar on Tax for SMEs taking place on 8 November 2018, conducted by a Tax Expert from Deloitte and Touché.
Date: 8 November 2018
Time: 8h00 – 12h00
Place: Harold Pupkewitz Graduate Business School, 3rd Floor
Fee: N$ 250 ( including refreshments and a NUST Certificate)
Come and join our training learn how to submit your TAX RETURNS CORRECTLY AND ON TIME!!!
Prof Omotayo Rafiu Awofolu
Topic: Implacable Onslaught of Chemicals and Human Survival: Possible Resolution!
Date: Thursday, 25 October 2018
Time: 1 8:00
Venue: Auditorium 1
NMC and the Windhoek City Runners Club is hosting a Social Run on Saturday, 27 October 2018.
NMC members- Free;
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