year in review 2018 Paperturn - Page 59

We encourage UCT students and staff
members to imagine what a better world
would look like, and then make that world
a reality through groundbreaking research
and teaching. UCT works closely with
neighbouring communities – including
government offices, NGOs and service
organisations – to develop health, safety,
education and infrastructure solutions.
Social responsiveness also involves
recognising and correcting injustices of
the past. We believe so strongly in social
responsiveness that UCT issues an annual
Social Responsiveness Report describing
how we tackle social, economic, cultural
and political needs, and we confer an
annual Social Responsiveness Award on
UCT academics who demonstrate how
social engagement can enhance the
teaching and learning process.


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