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NUST Student Satisfaction Survey

The following survey is conducted by Division of Students Affairs at NUST to evaluate student satisfaction with services provided by the institution. The purpose being to identify areas for improvement. Completing this survey implies your informed consent.

By completing this survey, you stand a chance to win a tablet, external hard-drives and lunch vouchers

 

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CHANGING ‘HER’ STORY IN ZIMBABWE

#Blogging4SocialChange : Meet the pioneer class of our inaugural Blogging Development project.

BLOGGING DEVELOPMENT: A MEDIA LITERACY CLASS TRAINING YOUNG WOMEN IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS TO TELL STORIES USING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND INSPIRE SOCIAL CHANGE.

“Success is when when people around you stop recognising you for how good you are at what you do and start valuing the contribution you make toward social and organisational growth.”

-THANDO NKOMO : PUBLIC RELATIONS LECTURER, RESEARCHER, STRATEGIST (NUST-ZW) & DIRECTOR OF CAREER FACTORY, A CAREER MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY.

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COMMITMENT TO USING NEW MEDIA FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

THE WAY OF THE FUTURE: INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND SEXUAL RIGHTS

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A COMPETENT ATTEMPT AT DIGITAL STORY TELLING

AND TO WRAP IT UP: WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT, A PHOTO SESSION AND SOMETHING TO HANG ON THE WALL FOR EVERYONE

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ONE FOR THE ROAD: IN RECOGNITION OF THE CAMPUS MOMENTS TEAM THAT MADE IT HAPPEN

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Harvard students are taking legal action to support the university on affirmative action — USA TODAY College

In this Aug. 30, 2012, file photo, people are led on a tour on the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File) In another installment of Harvard University’s legal battle over affirmative action policies, several current and previous students have joined the fray in support of the university. The Harvard Crimson reports the students…

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