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Greetings from the VC below
Newspaper of the University of Cape Town
July 21 August 3, 2008
Dr Max Price took office as UCTs ninth Vice-Chancellor on 1 July. Here he reflects on his first few weeks, and on the months and years ahead
Max Price in office
Making contact: VC Dr Max Price has met with a few visitors since he took office on 1 July, among them students on the Vanderbilt Summer Programme, hosted at UCT in partnership with Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, US. Price and DVC Prof Thandabantu Nhlapo, fifth from left, front row, took some time out for a photo with the students.
nlike the crash course on UCT that I took in my application process, my formal introduction to the university over my first days and weeks as Vice-Chancellor has been, by comparison, a gentle one. For that, I should thank former Vice-Chancellor Professor Njabulo S Ndebele, Professor Martin West and the university executive. I am, I believe, one of the few lucky incumbents to have enjoyed a comprehensive transition and handover. There were still hands on the ships wheel when I got here, and that induction period has proven to be invaluable to me. But I still have a lot to learn about UCTs unique character, and I plan to spend the first three months of my term getting a feel of the land how UCT operates, its much-discussed institutional culture, how we tackle societys big issues, how we tackle our
own issues, what we do right, what we dont, what needs to be fixed, what needs to be tweaked, and what simply needs to be applauded and supported. This by no means implies that UCT as a university will be marching on the spot during this period, and I will make sure that the university continues to operate efficiently and smoothly. But, of course, I have my own particular ideas of where I would like UCT to go over the next couple of years, points I stressed in numerous meetings during the application process. And there are issues near and dear to me. These include transformation, where I believe weve laid the right foundation for progress. I was recently thrown into the deep end of the issue, if I may call it that, when I attended a Khuluma workshop. I was encouraged
by the manner in which staff felt they could speak openly about the topic and by the commitment of staff members across the board, to transformation, but also disheartened by the sense that many black staff still do not see UCT as a place and employer they can take pride in. But Khuluma is without question one of the initiatives that I spoke about earlier, that merit our applause and support. Another issue that I take a special interest in is UCTs role in South Africa, Africa and the rest of the globe. UCTs commitment to social responsiveness, from scholars to administrative & support staff and students, is remarkable, and well in keeping with the mission of a socially responsible university in a fledgling democracy. But as impressive as our track record is, we can as many have told me do more.
We are also in an enviable position pole position, in fact, going by several national and international rankings as an African university to do much for our continent. I have been very vocal on my position that UCT should become the university of choice for international scholars who want to learn about Africa. We have everything and more that can be expected from a university in a cash-strapped developing nation including, surely our greatest strength, some of the continents and worlds finest scholars. And while many may snort at the suggestion, we have an infrastructure second to few on the continent. (Speak to visiting scholars from other parts of Africa and you can hear the awe when they talk of our libraries, our facilities and, yes, even our access to the internet.) We should surely make the most of this advantage.
First woman law dean for UCT
The new dean began teaching in 1987 as a contract lecturer at the University of Natals School of Law, later rising to senior lecturer. When she left this university in 1998 it was to take up a professorship at Rhodes Universitys Faculty of Law. In 2001 she joined UCTs Faculty of Law in the Department of Criminal Justice and was appointed head of department in 2006. Last year she took on the the dual role of deputy dean. Vice-Chancellor Dr Max Price said her appointment marked a historic moment. It is the first time that a woman has led the Faculty of Law at UCT. He added that apart from the importance of her appointment in transformation terms, her capabilities would contribute significantly to the universitys vision of being a research-led institution, as good as any in the world. Asked about priorities for the faculty, Schwikkard said transformation topped the list. We need to transform our student and staff bodies. There have been quite a few initiatives on this front over the past years. Its not a new priority for the law faculty. However, transformation is a difficult task. There is no magic wand. We need to keep trying new strategies and reviewing the success of those, she stated. Schwikkard will succeed Professor Hugh Corder as dean on 1 January 2009.
rofessor Pamela Jane PJ Schwikkard has made history at UCT by becoming the first woman to be appointed Dean of the Faculty of Law. Five of UCTs seven deans are women. An accomplished and widely published scholar, Schwikkard has substantial experience in both academia and the legal profession. She completed her BA degree at Wits University before embarking on an LLB, graduating summa cum laude. She was admitted as an Attorney of the Supreme Court of South Africa in 1990. Schwikkard went on to complete her LLM (cum laude) at the University of Natal. In 1999 she completed her LLD at the Univer-
sity of Stellenbosch. Over the past 20 years Schwikkard has taught courses in gender and the law, criminal law, criminal
procedure, evidence, youth justice, conflict resolution, civil procedure, legal interpretation, legal skills and special contracts.
Top book award for Nattrass
rofessor Nicoli Nattrass of UCTs School of Economics has won one of the countrys top academic book prizes, the Bill Venter/Altron Literary Award, matching her husband, Professor Jeremy Seekings, a previous recipient. Nattrass received the Rin prize money for her internationallyacclaimed book, The Moral Economy of AIDS in South Africa, released in 2003. Seekings won the award in 2004 for his History of the United Democratic Front in South Africa. Moral Economy was Nattrass first book on AIDS it was followed by Mortal Combat: AIDS Denialism and the Struggle for Antiretroviral Treatment in South Africa in 2007, compiled at the peak of AIDS denialism. It examined the government arguments that the use of antiretrovirals was unaffordable. Wearing her economists hat, Nattrass showed that, on the contrary, the state could have saved money if it had introduced a national mother-to-child transmission prevention programme. She argued that the cost of treat-
rof Justin Lin, chief economist of the World Bank, spoke at a seminar hosted by UCTs School of Economics and the Economic Society of South Africa on 9 June. Lin spoke on Food-price Spikes or Long-Term Challenges and Opportunities in Rural Development.
Sakai fellowships for Marquard and Horwitz
Write on top: Prof Nicoli Nattrass receives the Bill Venter/Altron Literary Award from Dr Bill Venter, Altron Group chairperson and eponymous founder of the award.
ing sick children with AIDS would be greater than preventing them from getting AIDS. Nattrass said it was really great to win the prize and good to follow in the footsteps of her husband, her harshest critic and strongest supporter, who had tested her arguments during walks together on Table Mountain. This is yet another testament to the sterling work done by UCT
faculty, says the Vice-Chancellor, Dr Max Price. Whats particularly pleasing to me is that UCT scholars are doing, and are being recognised for, work on some very critical issues. Moral Economy was chosen by an independent panel chaired by Land Claims Court Judge Fikile Bam from a line-up of 25 titles submitted by universities from across South Africa.
Stasis in some areas of higher education, movement in others
turns; for example, the nurturing of a new generation of academics that is increasingly black and female. Values, goals and policies in higher education have also been recast as have legal structures and policy frameworks. But economic and social inequalities still limit access to high-quality schools, and institutional cultures at some universities continue to ensure greater access and success for students from the capitalist and middle classes. The inadequacy of funding for financial aid, academic development initiatives and institutional redress, and prevailing institutional cultures, mean that a significant advance in social equity and redress for African and coloured students - and those of working class and rural poor social origins - remains to be achieved. He said the social composition of academic staff had remained largely white. In 2005, black academics constituted only 37% of the total academic staff of 15 315, comprising between 12% and 90% of staff at universities. Women academics comprised 28% to 52% of staff at universities, overall made up 42% of academics and continued to be concentrated at the lower levels of the academic hierarchy.
CTs active participation in the Sakai Community has paid dividends, as two staff members have won Sakai Foundation Fellowships for 2008. Stephen Marquard, co-ordinator of learning technologies at the Centre for Educational Technology, and David Horwitz, OLE developer in the same unit, were among the six people worldwide selected for 2008 fellowships. They were the only Africans chosen, and the only two to come from the same institution. The Sakai Community Foundation is an international open-source software platform made up of volunteer resources from many organisations around the world.
Six fellowships are awarded annually to acknowledge, celebrate and reward the recipients contributions. Each was awarded $(R30 000) to be used in Sakai-related activities. Marquard says UCT became involved with Sakai in 2005 when it was chosen to power Vula, the universitys online learning environment. He added that the award reflects the universitys contribution, in particular, our strategy of contributing local improvements that we make to Vula so that our work is also of benefit to other universities around the world. Some of the improvements made by UCT include a polls tool, performance improvements, and participation in the Sakai Quality Assurance programme, which included hosting a QA server for testing new releases.
GSBs Horwitz sets precedent
ince 1994 the South African higher education landscape has experienced relative stasis in certain areas, such as the decolonisation and deracialisation of inherited intellectual spaces, but great fluidity in others, such as private education. This was the gist of Dr Saleem Badats keynote address, The Trajectory, Dynamics, Determinants and Nature of Institutional Change in Post-1994 South African Higher Education, at the opening of the recent Higher Education Close Up 4 conference. It was hosted by the Centre for Higher Education Development. Nonetheless there had been up-
rofessor Frank Horwitz, director of UCTs Graduate School of Business, has won the Emerald Literati Network Outstanding Reviewer Award for the second year running. It is the first time that the award has been won by the same person in two successive years. Horwitz is an editorial board member of three international and two South African journals. Emerald, based in the UK, is an international publisher of management journals and databases, which currently publishes 190 peer-reviewed journals. The Emerald Literati Network was formed as the Literati Club in 1991, and consists of all authors, editors and editorial board members who have contributed to Emerald journals since that time. This amounts to over 45 000
Opportunities to join the University of Cape Town
The University of Cape Town invites applications and nominations for up to three appointments as Deputy Vice-Chancellors in the Office of the Vice-Chancellor. The primary task of the Deputy Vice-Chancellors (DVCs) is to support the ViceChancellor (VC) to ensure the effective implementation of the Universitys vision and the implementation of strategic plans decided upon by Council and Senate. leadership and planning in the areas of teaching and learning, research and the Universitys operations, administration, finances, human resources and facilities and selection, student development, residences, international students and student international universities, alumni, business and local communities, and donors various representative and ceremonial functions. These functions may be clustered into four DVC portfolios. Although the grouping of functions may change over time, there will usually be one portfolio primarily concerned with the research functions, and another with teaching, learning and and operations. Applicants may indicate their interest in some or all of the functions or portfolios, although they should understand that the clustering may change or be reallocated over time. Applicants must be outstanding academics with an established research track appropriate to senior leadership positions in a leading African university in a time To apply, please submit (1) a letter of motivation which addresses the above criteria, including a statement on your potential contribution as part of the Office of the VC, (2) a detailed curriculum vitae, (3) a one-page summary of your CV, and (4) the names and contact details (e-mail and telephone) of three referees. Applications will be treated in strict confidence and the selection procedures allows confidentiality to be maintained until the final recommendation is made by the selection committee. (See http://hr.uct.ac.za/recruitment/specapps/dvc.php for details of selection process). Applications should be sent to Ms Yvonne Macdonald, (Ref: 1706-MP), e-mail: Yvonne.Macdonald@uct.ac.za, tel. 2216, from whom further information and a detailed job description should be obtained. Nominations with a brief motivation may also be sent to the above. These should be sent as early as possible, which the selection committee will then follow up. Closing date for receipt of applications is 15 August 2008 (1 August 2008 for deemed necessary and reserves the right to make no appointment. at http://hr.uct.ac.za/policies/ee.php.
Horwitz to join UK business school
On behalf of UCT, I wish Professor Horwitz well in his new endeavour. Horwitz joins two other GSB academics who have secured leading posts overseas Dr John Affleck was elected as the first lay vicepresident of the University of Notre Dame and holds the Notre Dame Chair in Finance in the Mendoza College of Business, and Dr Michael Page was recently appointed Dean of Business at the McCallum Graduate School at Bentley College. Horwitz described his appointment at Cranfield as a hugely exciting and challenging new opportunity. Cranfield is a world player in a highly competitive business school environment and I am deeply honoured to be appointed to lead this top school, he said. It will no doubt be hard to leave the Graduate School of Business, which has been my career home for so many years. UCT will work to select a successor to take the GSB reins in 2009.
n 23 June, the Cape Argus published a letter apparently written by a UCT staff member in which he or she claims that UCT is appointing unqualified African staff members at the expense of whites and coloureds. Here is the response by Professor Martin Hall, DVC responsible for transformation, to this letter, which has been sent to the Argus for publication. n 23 June you published a letter from a self-identified white South African who claimed to work at UCT and who complained that I am continually confronted with racism where under-skilled black people are given jobs over better - qualified coloured and white applicants. We have not been able to match the name and address of the author of this letter with a current employee at UCT. Nevertheless, it is important that we respond to this fallacious statement, which is insulting to many of the more than people whom we value as the staff of our university. As with all organisations with more than 50 employees, we have an Employee Equity Plan and report regularly to the Department of Labour on our progress towards meeting our targets. We regard diversity as an asset and we aim to get to a situation where the overall demographic profile of our staff is much the same as the overall demographic profile of our wider society. We employ staff over the
Prof Frank Horwitz, director of the GSB, has been appointed as the new director of the Cranfield School of Management in the UK.
leading academic who contributed significantly to the growth of UCTs GSB to its international status, and he leaves a stable and successful business school.
UCT and the 2010 Soccer World Cup
and how UCT could strengthen its representation on those bodies. It was agreed at the meeting that UCT has much to offer the event and opportunities to tap. This includes accommodation and transport; student (and staff) volunteers for the event; arts and culture, be it in events linked to the World Cup itself or, for example, a free-standing theatrical programme at the Baxter or Hiddingh Campus; and marketing of UCT as an educational institution. The task team urges all members of the UCT community who are involved in 2010 initiatives on behalf of UCT, or who are approached for involvment, to advise the team Nhlapo, John Critien or Geoff Page of these. The aim is not to take them over, says Nhlapo, but to have a central clearing point with a birdseye view of the whole UCT operation in all its facets. This is absolutely crucial if logistical disasters are to be averted. Imagine the overbooking of facilities because the right hand did not know what the left hand was doing. The task team is made up of: Prof Thandabantu Nhlapo (chair) John Critien (Properties and Services) John Donald (Sport and Recreation) Judy Favish (Institutional Planning) Peter Grant (Finance) Moonira Khan (Student Affairs) Gerda Kruger (Communication and Marketing) Dineo Noganta (Communication and Marketing) Geoff Page (Properties and Services; servicing officer) Murray Steyn (Communication and Marketing) Prof Enrico Uliana (Finance) Dr Karen van Heerden (Registrars Office) Grant Willis (Student Housing)
widest possible range of skills and professional expertise plumbers, paediatricians, secretaries, engineers, librarians and philosophers. In each and every appointment we try and match experience, qualifications and potential with the needs of the particular job. While in every case we try and make an equity appointment we do not have quotas, do not exclude any applicant on the basis of race or gender, and do not compromise on quality. In reality, the situation at UCT is the opposite of your correspondents assertion. Despite our efforts, we are still not moving fast enough in transforming our staff profile. As with many organisations, we are still employing white South Africans in greater numbers than their representation in the population as a whole. As the just-published StatsSA General Household Survey shows, white South Africans are much more likely than black South Africans to complete high school, graduate from university, find employment and to hold down top jobs. Like many other institutions, UCT has a way to go in attracting the full range of talented people who can contribute to our objectives as a university. In the meanwhile, there is no basis for your correspondents claim that white and coloured South Africans are unfairly treated in our employment practices. Sincerely Martin Hall Deputy Vice-Chancellor
CT has set up a task team to coordinate UCTs participation in the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup, in keeping with governments request that higher education institutions play a proactive role in the event. At its first meeting, the committee reported on work thats been ongoing for some 18 months at UCT, says Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Thandabantu Nhlapo, who chairs the team. This includes approaches made to, for example, Student Housing and Sport & Recreation. Other units, such as the Institutional Planning Department, reported on provincial and city plans for 2010
The following are major university events coming up over the second half of the year. Vice-Chancellors Concert - 30 & 31 July Installation of the Vice-Chancellor - 19 August Steve Biko Lecture - 11 September Long Service Awards - 2 October Fellows Dinner - 16 October Ad Hominem promotions cocktail - 4 November Retirees Dinner - 17 November Distinguished Teachers Dinner - 4 December Graduation - 8-12 December
hose who travel along Baxter Road will have noticed the building works at the Tugwell Terminus interchange. The upgraded facility will provide a safer, more efficient and effective service and passengers are thanked for their patience during this process. This is the route the buses will follow:
Urgent notice concerning Jammie Shuttle routes
upper campus to middle campus will be the Kopano bus stop, at the swimming pool, where all passengers will disembark. Campus Protection Services will be in attendance at this stop. campus, via Klipper Road, along the Main Road to Claremont. It will return to upper campus via Main Road, turning left into Woolsack Drive and will stop at the School of Dance. The Baxter loading area will not be used as a collection or drop-off point. Tugwell buses will be used to access this route. Sandown/Dean Street The Sandown/Dean Street service will not be affected.
Rochester, Clarinus, Medical School, Forest Hill, Liesbeeck, Mowbray
The Baxter Theatre Centre (Baxter Road) - as agreed with the theatre will be the collection point for the main route to upper campus. The smaller buses (Senior buses) will proceed to Burg Road as agreed with Rustenburg Girls Junior School from where it will turn left into Main Road, and left into Woolsack Drive towards upper campus. The larger Explorer Jamie Shuttles will not take the Burg Road route, but will travel via Bremner instead. The drop-off point for the trip from
Coming home: New ED for human resources
Institute of Business Science at the University of Pretoria. Before joining UCT, Raphoto was a human resources executive for NCP Chlorchem, and a human resources consultant. Previous positions include group HR director for Smollan Holdings, and HR executive for Barloworld and the South African Breweries. He was a member of the governing board of the Chemical Studies Education and Training Authority. The UCT HR department employs 62 people. On his biggest challenges, Raphoto is reflective. I am reluctant to sound prescriptive, save to say that one needs to enhance the perception of a listening and responsive HR service. Nonetheless he believes UCT faces challenges similar to those in higher education institutions worldwide. I think what may differentiate us will be how we deal with or resolve conflict. I think this is the biggest single challenge in higher education, and the institution that can manage this effectively will retain a competitive edge. His most valuable tool? My absolute belief in human potential.
taff from HAICU (HIV/AIDS Coordination - UCT) taught the short course Creating Social HIV/ AIDS Change Agents (SHACA) from 23 to 27 June. Sean Brown, Puleng Phooko, Lucina Reddy and Cal Volks were joined by guest lecturers, including independent consultant Azola Goqkwana, Marius Harmsen from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, David Coetzee of UCTs Department of Public Health and Mabuti Mkangeli from the Triangle Project. The five-day course is administrated by the Centre for Open Learning and is designed for professionals who are unable to take more than a week off work to study. The course aims to equip participants with the critical skills to enhance their capacity to respond appropriately to the challenges of HIV/AIDS programme
Going up: Charles Khotso Raphoto takes the helm as executive director of the Human Resources Department on 1 August, succeeding Dave van Eeden who has been redeployed in the Office of the Vice-Chancellor.
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Van Heerdens Asbesmiddag Biography on Nobel winner rooted in takes the prize South African science
is given to best entries in Afrikaans, English, Nguni, Tshivenda and Xitsonga. Each winner received R30 000. Asbesmiddag, van Heerdens 11th book, draws parallels with the authors own life. Like Van Heerden, the main character is a writer from Stellenbosh and a lecturer in creative writing at a Cape Town university. Another character in the book sounds suspiciously like a well-known Afrikaans businessman. But Van Heerden insists:.this novel is strictly fiction. The novel focuses on the role of the artist and the ethical problems that confront a writer of fiction. Helen Thron here are two remarkable things about Allan MacLeod Cormack, the subject of Professor Kit Vaughans newly launched biography, Imagining the Elephant. The first is that Cormack, a lowly physicist (albeit UCT trained), was co-winner of the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his computer-assisted tomography (CAT) scanner. Second, Cormacks work, conducted at the southern tip of Africa, revolutionised the future of imaging and inspired a new generation of medical scientists such as Vaughan. When Cormack died in 1998, Vaughan, then a biomedical engineer in the Department of Human Biology, approached Cormacks family about plans to create a UCT research group to honour his scientific contributions. They agreed and the MRC/UCT Medical Imaging Research Unit was
CTs Professor Etienne van Heerden has scooped the Afrikaans category of the M-Net Literary Award for his novel Asbesmiddag. Van Heerden, Professor in the School of Languages and Literatures and a postgraduate supervisor in creative writing, was one of six winners to receive the prestigious award, which
Another award for doctor author
Prof Kit Vaughan (deputy dean, research, Faculty of Health Sciences) with his biography on modest genius, alumnus and Nobel Laureate, Allan MacLeod Cormack. The book is published by UCT Press, relaunched under the Juta umbrella.
CT alumnus and author Professor Cecil Helman (MBChB, 1967) will receive the George Abercrobie Award from the Royal College of General Practitioners at their annual general meeting in November. The award is given for outstanding contributions to the literature of general practice. Helmans memoir, Suburban Shaman: Tales from medicines frontline, won the Royal College of General Practitioners 2007 Medical Journalists Association Book Award. In March 2006 Suburban Shaman was the BBC Book of the Week, and it was later serialised on Radio 4. The work draws on Helmans rich
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