Prof Cora Burnett Louw
Senior Research Professor
Research, Research Methodology, Sport for Development, Sociology of Sport
B.A. (Phys. Ed.); University of Stellenbosch, RSA (1974)
H.T.D.; University of Stellenbosch, RSA (1975)
B.A (Phys. Ed.) Hons.; University of Pretoria, RSA (1978)
M. in Human Movement Studies (Cum Laude); University of Stellenbosch, RSA (1980)
Ph.D. (Human Movement Studies); University of Stellenbosch, RSA (1984)
Anthropology I, II & III (Cum Laude); Rand Afrikaans University, RSA (1988 – ’89)
D.Litt. et. Phil.(Anthropology); RAU(now the University of Johannesburg), RSA (1996)
Merit and Academic Acknowledgements
SAASSPER: Merit award for the advancement of the practice of Movement Education (1988).
RAU Student Council: Academic Colours (1997).
Rated researcher by the HSRC (since 2002):
2007 SIRC (Sport Research Intelligence Sportive) Africa Research Award for a paper entitled The Sport Development Impact Assessment Tool (S∙DIAT) for Monitoring and Evaluation of Sport-in-
Development Projects in Africa.
2010 Nomination of Top 100 Educators by the International Biographical Centre in Cambridge, UK.
2010 Nomination of the 2000 outstanding intellectuals of the 21st Century by the International Biographical Centre in Cambridge, UK.
2011 Selected for the publication: Great Minds of the 21st Century. Fifth Edition. Cambridge: UK.