The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management is a private higher education provider that contributes towards socio-economic development and transformation. The Institute’s purpose is to cultivate managerial leadership through business driven action learning. Offering students a personalised journey of self-discovery and co-creation.
In this regard The Institute celebrates the accomplishments and achievements of the Da Vinci 2016 PhD graduands. The third annual President’s Dinner takes place on Wednesday 7 September 2016 at the Johannesburg Country Club, Auckland Park, starting at18:00.
The dinner is hosted by Prof Edward Kieswetter, President of The Da Vinci Institute and Prof Benjamin Anderson, CEO/Vice-President of The Da Vinci Institute, and serves to be a momentous occasion in the lives of Da Vinci PhD graduands. Held on the evening before the Da Vinci annual graduation, the President’s Dinner is an intimate and exclusive event held for successful PhD students, their partners and their Supervisors who have journeyed with them.
Eighteen PhD students will graduate on 8 September 2016 after years of commitment and personal growth.
The research topics include the following:
Suraya Aboobaker Adam, “Standardization within the Service and Guest accommodation sectors: A South African perspective.”
“The Institute is proud of presenting these candidates to business and government alike – they will make a meaningful contribution towards the creation and development of a sustainable socio-economic system.” Dr Ronel Blom, Dean (Academic Development and Research).