2016 Inaugural Lectures

Prof Stephanus Muller

10 April 2016
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Department of Music; Institute for Music, Research and Innovation
Openings

Prof Eileen Hoal

11 April 2016
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Division of Molecular Biology and Human Genetics
The white plague came to Africa: genetic susceptibility to tuberculosis and the impact of ancestry

Prof Gustav Visser

18 April 2016
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Department of Geography and Environmental Studies
Travelling through South African tourism geography: past, present and future

Prof Brink van der Merwe

25 April 2016
Faculty of Science
Departme​nt of Computer Science
Computer science theory and programming: why the one needs the other and we all need to know a bit of both

Prof Guy Midgley

25 April 2016
Faculty of Science
Department of Botany and Zoology
Rising atmospheric CO2 changes everything

Prof Andries Visagie

16 May 2016
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Department Afrikaans and Dutch
Moderniteit en die Afrikaanse literatuur

Prof Keymanthri Moodley

04 August 2016
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Department of Medicine
The tragedy of the commons: Reframing bioethics in a new millennium

Prof Stefan S du Plessis

23 August 2016
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
​Division of Medical Physiology
Male fertility: size, motion and amount count… but what about ROS?

Prof Anita van der Merwe

05 September 2016
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Division of Nursing
Healing who we are and what we do best – Traversing the nuanced complexities of health care today

Prof Alexander Kisters

02 August 2016
Faculty of Science
Department of Earth Sciences
What lies beneath Table Mountain or all models are wrong, but some are useful

Prof Coenrad Fourie

15 August 2016
Faculty of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Computing Research Economics

Prof Kristiaan Schreve

15 August 2016
Faculty of Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
SLAM: How far can you go?

Prof Meshach J Aziakpono

08 September 2016
Faculty Economic and Management Sciences
Stellenbosch University Business School
The changing paradigms of financial sector policies and regulations in Africa: Lessons from the past

Prof Xikombiso Mbhenyane

25 October 2016
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Division of Human Nutrition
The contribution of ‘indigenous foods’ to the elimination of hidden hunger and food insecurity: An illusion or innovation?