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Wednesday, 11 October 2017 - Friday, 10 November 2017

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Professor Roger Smith from the Evolutionary Studies Institute at Wits and the Iziko South African Museum in Cape Town will present his inaugural lecture.

Event Time : 17:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Public Health hosts this seminar talk by Professor Myron Cohen.

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Parktown Education Campus

The Wits School of Governance at this important debate on moving towards a Green Economy in South Africa.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Parktown Management Campus

Wits University in partnership with the delegation of the European Union to South Africa presents a dialogue themed Global Trade: path to shared prosperity.

Event Time : 13:15

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Motswako the Mix showcases the best of the Wits School of Arts’ Classical and Jazz student musicians.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Off campus

The Wits School of Arts and Wits Theatre presents Ten Bush, written by Mncedisi Shabangu and Craig Higginson and directed by Prince Lamla.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Transformation and Employment Equity Office hosts this lunchtime presentation by Diane Schneider, Head of Talent & Transformation for Deloitte Africa.

Event Time : 13:15

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The next Geospatial Sciences seminar will be presented by Dr Gina Wei-Smith from the Human Sciences Research Council.

Event Time : 13:15

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Centre for Sustainability in Mining and Industry will host Dr Limakatso Lebina from the Perinatal HIV Research Unit (PHRU) to present this seminar.

Event Time : 15:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Professor Rais Latypov from the School of Geosciences in the Faculty of Science will present his inaugural lecture.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Arts and Wits Theatre presents Ten Bush, written by Mncedisi Shabangu and Craig Higginson and directed by Prince Lamla.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The School of Physics will host Dr Debashree Dattaray (Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India) to present this seminar.

Event Time : 16:00

Venue : Parktown Education Campus

The annual Harold Wolpe Memorial Lecture will be presented by Issa Shivji.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Arts and Wits Theatre presents Ten Bush, written by Mncedisi Shabangu and Craig Higginson and directed by Prince Lamla.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits School of Arts and Wits Theatre presents Ten Bush, written by Mncedisi Shabangu and Craig Higginson and directed by Prince Lamla.

Event Time : 19:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

In May 1896 as the Scramble for Africa was reaching its zenith, the first film screening in southern Africa took place in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

Event Time : 8:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

In May 1896 as the Scramble for Africa was reaching its zenith, the first film screening in southern Africa took place in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

Event Time : 8:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

From Growth to Wellbeing: Why our development model is anachronistic and what to do about it 

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Professor William Daniels from the School of Physiology will present his inaugural lecture on his body of research work into the human brain.

Event Time : 18:00

Venue : Parktown Health Sciences Campus

Liv Tørres, Adjunct Professor in the Wits School of Governance and the Executive Director of the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo will present this lecture.

Event Time : 12:00

Venue : Parktown Management Campus

The Wits Centre for Diversity Studies (WiCDS) hosts a panel discussion on race and representation in media and advertising.

Event Time : 14:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The NRF / British Academy Research Chair in Political Theory hosts Tendayi Sithole (UNISA) to present this public lecture.

Event Time : 12:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research and Wits University Press will launch a new book, Healing the Exposed Being, by Professor Robert Thornton.

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Professors Sergio Colafrancesco, Andrew Chen, Nukri Komin, and Dr Justine Tarrant will present this seminar.

Event Time : 14:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus West

The value of art-science collaboration is becoming increasingly recognised in the top research centres around the world.

Event Time : 11:15

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

Professors Shabir Madhi and Helen Rees will present the 16th Prestigious Research Lecture hosted by the Faculty of Health Sciences.

Event Time : 17:00

Venue : Parktown Education Campus

The Steve Biko Cente for Bioethics at Wits will host Rabbi Dr Akiva Tatz to present this Faculty of Health Sciences’ lecture.

Event Time : 13:00

Venue : Parktown Health Sciences Campus

Professor Scott Hazelhurst from the School of Electrical and Information Engineering will deliver his inaugural lecture on bioinformatics.

Event Time : 17:30

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

The Faculty of Health Sciences, the Sydney Brenner Institute for Molecular Bioscience, and the AWI-Gen Collaborative Centre present this research symposium.

Event Time : 16:30

Venue : Parktown Health Sciences Campus

The Wits School of Public Health, PRICELESS SA & CARTA will host this lecture by Stéphane Verguet.

Event Time : 8:15

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

L.I.F.E a history of distance is the culmination of Wits PHD scholar and award winning choreographer Bailey Snyman’ s research in choreography and philosophy.

Event Time : 20:00

Venue : Braamfontein Campus East

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