Grow our own Timber programme presented their research

Fellows of the University of the Free State's (UFS) Grow our own Timber programme recently presented their research to the programme management, other fellows and guests. Seven (7) Ph D-students and nine (9) masters degree students took part in the presentation.

The Grow our own Timber programme is a programme of the UFS aimed at training young black graduates for a career at the university. The programme is supported by among others the Andrew Mellon Foundation Scholarship and the Atlantic Philanthropies Foundation.



Front from left: Ms Lucia Motseki (Ph D student in the Department of Human Nutrition), Dr Choice Makhetha (Vice-Dean: Student Affairs at the UFS and former Grow our own Timber fellow), Prof Letticia Moja (Dean: UFS Faculty of Health Sciences and Director of the Grow our own Timber programme).

Back from left: Ms Christolene Saaiman (M student of the Department of Physiotherapy) and Ms Annette Prins (Deputy-Director of the Grow our own Timber programme).



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