2019 22 Oct 12:30 14:00

Cybersecurity Info Session

How many smart people do you know who has fallen for a phishing attempt? or How many times have you seen the warning NEVER share your password with anyone? It’s something that ICTS, your bank, your online account providers, and even hospitals constantly remind you of. But why? Your password is the key to your personal information, banking details, and more. At UCT, it gives you access to the university network. This kind of information is exactly what cybercriminals are after.
Please join us for a lunch time session run by the UCT Cybersecurity team on online...


Frances Ames

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2019 29 Oct 09:00 30 Oct 16:00

2019 Department of Paediatrics & Child Health Research Days

Our annual Research Days will be taking place in the D3 Lecture Theatre, D Floor, RXH, on Tuesday, 29 and Wednesday, 30 October. We would like to encourage as many departmental members as possible to attend
View this years abstracts
In addition, this year we would also like to encourage everyone to please participate in an exciting and worthy cause (“Bag to School” – A TAG...

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2019 29 Oct 12:45 13:45

Teaching & Educating with Technology Talk

The Faculty Teaching & Educating with Technology (TET) Talks are short lunchtime presentations on “ideas worth sharing”. This initiative gives you an opportunity to ask questions, share ideas and find out what others are doing.
Register by clicking here (refreshments will be served from 12:30).
To add it to your calendar, click here (download the ICS file, then open...


Dumo Baqwe

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2019 30 Oct 12:30 14:00

Climate Policy and Poverty Reduction Seminar

The Poverty & Inequality Initiative and the African Centre of Excellence for Inequality Research invite you to the next seminar in a series on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Dr Britta Rennkamp from the African Climate and Development Initiative (ACDI) at the University of Cape Town will present on the trade-offs between climate policy and poverty reduction, including renewable energy policy, carbon pricing and carbon budgets. You will...

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2019 04 Nov 08:30 07 Nov 16:00

Introduction to Causal Inference

Short Course: Introduction to Causal Inference
4 - 7 November 2019
UCT Faculty of Health Sciences
(08h30 to 16h00)
Division of Epidemiology & Biostatistics at the School of Public Health & Family Medicine
Instructors: Dr Jabulani Ncayiyana, Prof Jonathan Chevrier (McGill University, Canada)
This is a 4-day course that aims to introduce basic and intermediate concepts of causal inference for observational studies: Methods based on the...

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Short courses and workshops