Engaged Scholarship
Academically Engaged Citizenship

Academically engaged citizenship refers to all the professional work, skills, time, and involvement of academics in professional, community, and other bodies rendered for the benefit of such communities outside of the standard university work. This may include

  • consultancy work for policy development;
  • fundraising activities;
  • community leadership roles;
  • training rendered to outside university organisations;
  • facilitation of workshops;
  • serving on professional boards and community organisations;
  • serving on expert panels;
  • providing expert help and advice to professional and community organisations;
  • providing expert advice to government departments; and
  • presentation of public lectures
       -  Charlotte Maxeke lectures     -  Moshoeshoe lectures

For more information, contact:
Bishop Billyboy Ramahlele
T: +27 51 401 2822
C: +27 82 401 3279
E: ramahpm@ufs.ac.za


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