The Mail & Guardian publishes on a yearly basis, a list of 200 exceptional and notable young people under the age of 35 in its "200 Young South Africans" list. Prof Elma van der Lingen would like to congratulate Dr Taryn Bond-Barnard, Senior Lecturer at the Graduate School of Technology Management, who was included in the Top 200 South African list for 2019.
Dr Bond-Barnard completed her Masters in Project Management (Cum laude) in 2010 and was awarded her PhD in 2015 at the University of Pretoria. Her research focuses on the Project Management Success Model. Linking communication, trust and collaboration in waterfall and agile IT projects. Her research outputs are available on her Google Scholar Account.
Previous awards received by Dr Bond-Barnard:
2008: Academic Honorary Colours
2009: Golden Key International Honour Society
2010: Re-awarding of Academic Honorary Colours
2017: Tuks Young Research Leader Programme (TYLRP)
2018: Graduate School of Technology Management (GSTM)
Teaching and Learning Award
2018: International Project Management Association Global Young Researcher Award, received at award ceremony on 3 September 2018 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
More information on the Top 200 South African list: https://www.enca.com/news/livestream-mail-guardian-200-young-south-africans-2019