Generating meaningful publishable ideas in key areas of study

An Online Event Facilitated by UCT Dean of Science Prof Maano Ramutsindela

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Date:   28th April, 4-6pm

Register HERE for the online event on Zoom by no later than the 25th of April.

Research and publications are a key part of an academic’s world. With, the ‘publish or perish’ culture a constant pressure. it can be difficult to consistently generate meaningful, impactful, and publishable ideas.

In this online workshop, Professor Ramutsindela will help us think about what it means to create new knowledge in one’s area of specialization. How can new academics spotlight issues that matter in their research? Drawing from decades of experience as a leading academic, Prof Ramutsindela will offer guidance on how to overcome hurdles and generate meaningful ideas for research and publication.

Professor Ramutsindela is an NRF rated researcher, an elected member of the Academy of Science of South Africa and the Dean of science at the University of Cape Town. He has published widely, both locally and internationally with collaborations across the globe. He is also a Canon Collins Alumni and was for many years on the CCT Board.

Who should attend:

Emerging academics or postgraduate students seeking to find ways to better ways to survive in the ‘publish or perish’ climate.

The talk is also open to the public via the Canon Collins Trust Facebook live function.