Curricular and Cultural Highlights


Dr. Muavia Gallie named as one of the 10 Most Impressive Public Leaders in 2015 by Jonathan Jansen, a premier authority on South African higher education delivered a keynote address to the cohort about “Post-Apartheid South African Higher Education: Colonial Legacies and New Realities” on Monday, June 19, 2017.

The cohort at Camps Bay after a workshop exploring reflective leadership, reciprocity and ethical engagement, and the role of empathy and giving back through global learning abroad experiences.

The cohort spent time with international education colleagues at the University of Cape Town, Stellenbosch University, and Cape Peninsula University of Technology discussing what diversity and inclusion means from a post-apartheid South African perspective, institutionally and nationally.

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Cultural site visit and time for reflection at District Six Museum, a memorial to the forced movement of 60,000 inhabitants of various races in the 1970s during apartheid.

“There has been reconciliation, yes, but no reparations. We are diverse by virtue of our heritage, but we are not an inclusive nation” said Noksy Deli Ka Sam, an entrepreneur, small business owner and activist during a panel discussion on youth leadership in modern day South Africa.