The TYRLP’s inaugural workshop was presented on 23 and 24 November 2015. Twenty-two fellows attended the two-day, intensive, on-site programme on UP’s Hatfield Campus. The process involved an approach that cycled between theory, application and reflection. Participants were challenged to work collaboratively to design initiatives that advance a new paradigm for their science.

The programme aims to form within the University a community of like-minded young researchers who possess qualities that will contribute towards UP becoming a leading research-intensive University, in line with the projected UP 2025 vision. Following this initial workshop, the ASLP team will engage with the TYRLP fellows for a year, sharing information on resources and stimulating further interaction.

 

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The 2015 TYRLP Fellows

Prof Lucy<br />Moleleki
Prof Lucy
Moleleki

South Africa
Dr Heinrich<br />Badenhorst
Dr Heinrich
Badenhorst

South Africa
Dr Helen<br />Bayne
Dr Helen
Bayne

South Africa
Dr Khoboso<br />Lehloenya
Dr Khoboso
Lehloenya

South Africa
Dr Albert<br />Van Schoor
Dr Albert
Van Schoor

South Africa
Dr Jeannie<br />Der Linde
Dr Jeannie
Der Linde

South Africa
Dr Nasima<br />Carrim
Dr Nasima
Carrim

South Africa
Dr Tjaart<br />Kruger
Dr Tjaart
Kruger

South Africa
Dr Elizabeth<br />Le Roux
Dr Elizabeth
Le Roux

South Africa
Dr Ruth<br />Mampane
Dr Ruth
Mampane

South Africa
Dr Vinet<br />Coetzee
Dr Vinet
Coetzee

South Africa
Dr Jandeli<br />Niemand
Dr Jandeli
Niemand

South Africa
Dr Ndukuyakhe<br />Ndlovu
Dr Ndukuyakhe
Ndlovu

South Africa
Dr Francois<br />Steyn
Dr Francois
Steyn

South Africa
Dr Cori <br />Wielenga
Dr Cori
Wielenga

South Africa
Dr Darshana<br />Morar
Dr Darshana
Morar

South Africa
Dr Nico<br />Wilke
Dr Nico
Wilke

South Africa
Dr Maria<br />Oosthuizen
Dr Maria
Oosthuizen

South Africa
Dr Alisa<br />Phulukdaree
Dr Alisa
Phulukdaree

South Africa