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Hope as guiding concept for Stellenbosch University
The purpose of this document is to explain what it was that led to this Hope Project commitment, what it is, and how the University embodies this idea.
Social entrepreneurship : a moral imperative of our time
Remarks at a symposium on entrepreneurship for human development, Stellenbosch, 17 November 2011.
Prof H R Botman's opening address at a one-day conference on social cohesion held at Stellenbosch University, 17 September 2009.
The power of education
Paper presented at the President’s Forum at the 90th Anniversary of Xiamen University, People’s Republic of China, 6 April 2011.
Science for society : building hope in Africa
Address at the Conference for Executive Heads, Association of Commonwealth Universities, Cape Town, 25-27 April 2010, ons Universities and the Millennium Development Goals.
Hopeful pedagogies at Stellenbosch University
Address at a colloquium on the contribution of higher education to public welfare, presented by the SU Centre for Teaching and Learning, Wallenberg Centre, STIAS, 19 November 2010.
Hope in Africa : the role of universities in times of political transition
Paper presented at Talloires Network Leaders Conference, June 2011, Madrid, Spain, author examining the role of universities in times of political transition.
A multicultural university with a pedagogy of hope for Africa
Inaugural address by Stellenbosch University Rector & Vice-Chancellor Prof H Russel Botman, 11 April 2007. Afrikaans version included.
Hope in Africa : human development through higher education community interaction
Address delivered at the Talloires Network Bellagio Conference, Italy, 23-27 March 2010 regarding education for social responsibility an application of university resources to the needs of local and global communities ...
'n Kollegiale gesprek oor die 'pedagogie van hoop'
Opening remarks by Russel Botman, Rector and Vice-Chancellor at a collegial discussion on the 'Pedagogy of the hope', JN de Villiers Hall, Tygerberg campus, 18 August 2010.