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2018 25 Oct 12:30 14:30

Ending Wildlife Trafficking: Communities as Change Agents

Why are rhino protection and conservation efforts failing so dismally in most of southern Africa?

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Studio 3, Environmental & Geographical Science Building, South Lane

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Elaine Atkins
082 651 3888

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2018 30 Oct 12:45 14:00

Simulating land reparation? The case of Colombia, and possibilities for analysing land reparation policymaking in South Africa

For more than 50 years, Colombia has suffered from internal conflicts between the government and different armed groups (guerillas, paramilitary forces, drug lords, private armies).

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Centre for Social Science Research Seminar Room, 4.29, Leslie Social Science Building

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Nondumiso Hlwele
021 650 4656

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2018 12 Nov 08:00 16 Nov 17:00

Introductory Course in Laboratory Animal Science

The course is aimed at all persons who direct, design or conduct animal research, testing or teaching activities at UCT and in South Africa, with the objectives to present the basic principles and facts that underlie the responsible and ethical care and use of non-human animals for scientific pur

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Faculty of Health Sciences

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ce.administration
021 650 5246
FHS Continuing Education

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Short courses and workshops
2018 12 Nov 16:00 23 Nov 18:00

The Craft of Editing

Helen Moffett, editor, writing mentor, poet and novelist
Maximum 20 participants Fee R5 000
Editors are basically psychologists who charge a lower hourly rate – Louis Greenberg

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Kramer Law Building

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Bronwyn Geldenhuys
021 650 2888

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Short courses and workshops
2018 10 Dec 09:00 13 Dec 17:00

Design Thinking Week

The Hasso Plattner School of Design Thinking at UCT (d-school) is happy to announce the annual Design

Thinking Week is to be held at UCT upper campus from 10 to 13 December 2018.

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Arts, culture and sport
2019 14 Jan 09:00 18 Jan 17:00

UCT General Practitioners Conference 2019

Hosted by UCT’s Division of Family Medicine, this year’s theme will focus on nutrition/diet, as well as geriatrics. The schedule of presentations will address the very topical issues of diet and weight loss, as well as the various increasing health problems that older people face.

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Sports Science Institute of South Africa, Newlands, Cape Town

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Conference Management Centre

Janet Sirmongpong
021 406 6348

Fatima Saban
021 406 6440

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Conferences
2019 16 Jan 10:00 19 Jan 13:00

Introduction to Stata

This course is designed for people who need to brush up on their basic Stata skills or who wish to attend the other courses in our programme, in particular, the "Complex Social Survey Data" course or the "Measuring Economic Welfare" one.

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Teaching Lab, Economics Building

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Short courses and workshops
2019 21 Jan 14:00 25 Jan 14:00

Short course in Econometrics

This course will revise the statistical concepts relevant to regression analysis. It will introduce Ordinary Least Squares regression and discuss how and why it is used. Violations of the assumptions required for OLS and their implications will also be covered.

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Teaching Lab, Economics Building

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Short courses and workshops
2019 28 Jan 10:00 01 Feb 17:00

Understanding Complex Social Survey Data

This course is aimed at postgraduate students (Masters and Ph.D.), researchers, and officials in state agencies wanting to analyse social surveys using Stata.
Prerequisites: Course participants should be familiar with Stata and with basic statistical tools (such as regression analysis).

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Teaching Lab, Economics Building

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Short courses and workshops
2019 04 Feb 08:00 08 Feb 16:00

Understanding Panel Survey Data

The aim of the course is to introduce students to the techniques used in the analysis of “cross-sectional” panel data sets, such as the National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS). The course will begin with an introduction to using and analysing panel data.

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Economics Building, Middle Campus

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Short courses and workshops

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