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Eugene Julius – Physical science teacher at Carnarvon High School
SARAO News #02 2018
Eugene Julius was appointed through SARAO as the physical science teacher at Carnarvon High School in November 2017.
He originally hails from Carnarvon, and studied at the National Institute for Higher Education in Kimberley, and the University of the Western Cape majoring in mathematics and natural science.
He has been a teacher for eight years and currently teaches physical science to grades 10 to 12 learners, and natural science to grade 9 learners. He is also involved in the after school programme whereby grade 8 and 9 learners are tutored in mathematics during extra curricular lessons.
Big Data Attendees at the one-day work session which was held on 11 July 2017 at the Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation in Ghana to kick off the High Performance Computing training programme in Ghana.
Members of the nine SKA African partner countries concluded the Fourth Ministerial Meeting on the SKA in Accra, Ghana by signing a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on radio astronomy.
Minister of Science and Technology Naledi Pandor watches on as the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo cuts the ribbon at the launch of the Ghana Radio Astronomy Observatory.
The launch of the Ghana Radio Astronomy Observatory was covered 119 times in the media between 23 and 25 August 2017:
In Ghana: 24 times
In South Africa: 36 times
In other African countries: 8 times
Internationally: 51 times
The value of these placements is R6 983 234.17.
Last Updated on October 18, 2018