Judith Hall

Judith Hall


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“Across the Oceans and the Continents”

Posted on 13 June 2016 by Judith Hall

Blog Post Author: Professor Judith Hall The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Namibia, Professor Lazarus Hangula, and the Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research, Innovation and Development, Professor Kenneth Matengu visited Cardiff in late May. The visit is part of the Phoenix Project led by Professor Judith Hall.    Professor Hangula said of our Phoenix Project Collaboration:  “Despite our geographic differences
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Namibian Mathematicians arrive at Cardiff University

Posted on 30 April 2015 by Judith Hall

Mathematicians from University of Namibia (UNAM) have just completed a fact finding trip to Cardiff University as part of our Phoenix Project.  UNAM has vast numbers of students that need teaching basic maths, and only a tiny number of staff to teach.  There’s a high failure and drop-out rate. Martin Mugochi (Head of Department), Jean-Baptiste Gatsinzi and
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University project supports future scientists in Africa

Posted on 24 April 2015 by Judith Hall

Experts from Cardiff University are supporting future scientists in Africa who are failing to graduate because of poor maths knowledge. Cardiff’s School of Mathematics is teaming up with counterparts in Nambia as part of The Phoenix Project, one of the University’s five flagship engagement projects. Nearly all science degree students at the University of Namibia (UNAM)
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Skills lab training for Namibian Medical Students

Posted on 14 April 2015 by Judith Hall

What am I doing here in Namibia?  Anaesthetic education in the School of Medicine has been lacking and the students cann’t progress unless they have had some training and their exam. More importantly of course, unlike British Medical Students, they have to get out into their country and give anaesthesia pretty much straight after qualification.
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