Geology Masters students attend training course in Germany

Date: Jul 8, 2016 | Faculties, Faculty of Science, News


Master of Science students in the Department of Geology,​​​​​ Maseda Mphaphuli and Ndivhuho Nendouvhada, under the supervision of Dr Nicola Wagner attended an in-depth training course on coal and organic petrology after they both received a student travel grant from the International Committee for Coal and Coal Petrology (ICCP). The 9th ICCP Organic Petrology training course was hosted in Postdam, Germany by the GeoForschungsZentrum, from 6 to 10 June 2016 under the leadership of the ICCP Chairperson, Dr Angelos Borrego and ICCP Secretary Dr Walter Pickel.​

Geology Master Students Mr Ndivhuho Nendouvhada And Ms Maseda Mphaphuli

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