Departmental Seminars and Events

2 June 2022


Prof Raphael Tripier
Department of Chemistry and CNRS Research Center, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, (UBO), Brest, France

Search and Destroy with Azamacrocycles: How catching lanthanides and transition metals can yield relevant diagnostic and therapeutic agents

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27 May 2022


Dr Yvette Hlophe
Department of Physiology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria

In vitro and in vivo effects of a variety of compounds on the metastasis of melanoma and undifferentiated neuroblastoma

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22 April 2022


Jason Reynders
BSc Hons Study Title: Preparedness of first-year chemistry students: Extended program compared to mainstream program
Supervisor: Dr. Christine Mundy

Neo Hlungwani
BSc Hons Study Title: Students' Perspective on a Systems Thinking Intervention in First Year Organic Chemistry.
Supervisor: Prof. Lynne Pilcher

Micke Reynders
MSc Study Title: Effectiveness of a systems thinking visualization tool for first-year chemistry
Supervisor: Prof. Lynne Pilcher & Prof. Marietjie Potgieter (co)

Langanani Rakhunwana
PhD Study Title: Supporting teaching and learning of electrochemistry at university level
Supervisor: Dr. Christine Mundy & Prof Elizabeth Mavhunga* (co)
*School of Education, University of the Witwatersrand

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11 April 2022


Dr Ashish Agrawal, Department of Curriculum Development, Planning and Coordination, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Chennai, India

The development of undergraduate students' agency and disciplinary identity in STEM

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8 April 2022


Ms Langanani Rakhunwana, PhD Candidate, Chemistry Department, University of Pretoria

Self-regulated learning strategies for first-year chemistry during COVID-19

Study leaders: Prof Lynne Pilcher and Dr Angelique Kritzinger

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25 March 2022


Dr. Dominique Buyens, PhD graduate, Chemistry Department, University of Pretoria.

The chemical reactivity of the adeninate anion

Study leaders: Prof Lynne Pilcher, Prof Emil Roduner and Prof Ignacy Cukrowski

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