Robyn Ingle-Möller from Lory Park Animal and Owl Sanctuary received special award from the JCP module

Posted on April 07, 2019

Robyn Ingle-Möller from Lory Park Animal and Owl Sanctuary was specially acknowledged by the Community-based Project Module (JCP) of the Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology for being involved in the module for the past 12 years. She mentored more than 1201 students and 310 groups, first at the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa. Later at Bester Birds and Animal Zoo Park and for the past two and half years at Lory Park Animal and Owl Sanctuary. She mentors between 20 and 25 groups per year. Her dedication towards the JCP-module reflects in the high-quality projects delivered by the students as well as their positive feedback on their community experiences.

Only with the support and assistance of dedicated community partners, like Robynn, can the University of Pretoria be able to deliver quality community projects to our communities. The community partner plays a crucial role in the development of social awareness and social responsibility of our students. 

Robynn with Group 66 of 2018.

- Author Martina Jordaan
Published by Martina Jordaan

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