Other Reports & Publications

  • SAWMSA-South African Women in Mathematical Sciences Association: Launch & Workshop Event, 6-7 June, UNISA, Pretoria, South Africa. View the report here.

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  • German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) & Dialogue on Innovative Higher Education Strategies (DIES) – Female Leadership and Higher Education Management in Developing Countries Conference. View the first conference report here

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    and the second here.

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  • “Mainstreaming Scientific Knowledge in Africa”, written by: Sally Deffor (2017). A presentation given at the 3rd African Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity “Pandemic Preparedness in Africa. Biosecurity and Infrastructure in the wake of the Ebola outbreak” Accra, Ghana – August 16-18, 2017, for the Science Communication & PLUS Faculty.
  • “Ebola: the roles of scientific and non-scientific information”, written by: Bankole Falade (2017). A presentation given at the 3rd African Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity “Pandemic Preparedness in Africa. Biosecurity and Infrastructure in the wake of the Ebola outbreak” Accra, Ghana – August 16-18, 2017, for the Science Communication & PLUS Faculty.
  • “The construction of risk in a disease outbreak”, written by: Tom Rausch (2017). A presentation given at the 3rd African Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity “Pandemic Preparedness in Africa. Biosecurity and Infrastructure in the wake of the Ebola outbreak” Accra, Ghana – August 16-18, 2017, for the Science Communication & PLUS Faculty.
  • “From Viral to Verbal: The Role of Journalism During a Disease Outbreak”, Workshop (2017). A presentation given at the 3rd African Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity “Pandemic Preparedness in Africa. Biosecurity and Infrastructure in the wake of the Ebola outbreak” Accra, Ghana – August 16-18, 2017, for the Science Communication & PLUS Faculty.
  • “Leveraging the power of music to improve science education”, published in the International Journal of Science Education, and written by: Gregory J. Crowther, Tom McFadden, Jean S. Fleming & Katie Davis (2016).
  • “Using phenomenography to build an understanding of how university people conceptualise their community-engaged activities”, published in the journal Higher Education Research & Development, and written by: Kim Brown, Kerry Shephard, David Warren, Gala Hesson & Jean S. Fleming (2016).
  • “Before CSI: Making the Case for a Novel Portrayal of Forensic Science”, published in the International Journal of Science in Society, and written by: Vanda Symon, Susan Heydon, Natalie J. Medlicott, Jules Kieser, & Jean S. Fleming (2015).
  • “Using Automata to Teach Science Concepts in Technology Education”, published in the International Journal of Science in Society, and written by: Sue Odlin & Jean S. Fleming(2014).