Browsing UP Inaugural Addresses by Title

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  • Jacobs, Christiaan Daniel, 1948-; University of Pretoria. Dept. of School Guidance (University of Pretoria, 1987)
    Management by objectives is a well-accepted technique and a logical, effective process of management, for the designing and achieving of goals, targets or objectives for the Department of School Guidance in a rapidly ...
  • Casey, N.H. (Norman Henry); University of Pretoria. Dept. of Livestock Science (University of Pretoria, 2009-04-15)
  • Kritzinger, Matthys Stefanus Benjamin, 1896-; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Afrikaans and Dutch Literature (University of Pretoria, 1936-04-29)
  • Skinner, J.D. (John Dawson), 1932-; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Zoology (University of Pretoria, 1986-10-21)
    Disposition is so important because it is the basis on which academic achievement is built and is reflected in the mission of the University. The University of Pretoria regard it as their mission to equip students through ...
  • Neethling-Pohl, Anna; University of Pretoria. Dept. van Toneelvertolkingsleer (University of Pretoria, 1965-08-26)
  • Visser, D.J.L.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Geology (University of Pretoria, 1967)
    This principle, formulated in 1783 by James Hutton, states that for all events from the past an explanantion may be found in phenomena and forces still in evidence in or upon the earth. It is one of the three principles ...
  • Boshoff, M.C.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Library Science (University of Pretoria, 1976-08-19)
    In planning a training programme, special requirements must be taken into account. These arise from the fact that the library and information system is becoming progressively more complex, which impedes the transfer of ...
  • Van Dyk, C.J.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Subject Didactics (University of Pretoria, 1973-04-26)
    To experience the tension between theory and practice in teaching one has to seek an element of knowledge (a principle) which forms the basis of a specific action (function). It will soon be realized that this cause-result ...
  • Liebenberg, C. J. (Christiaan Jacobus), 1915-; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry (University of Pretoria, 1966-06-22)
    The phenomenal expansion on all fronts of chemistry is responsible for the fact that scientists tend to concentrate on one particular branch of chemistry. The empirical development of chemistry was mainly analytical in ...
  • Knobel, Darryn Leslie; University of Pretoria. Faculty of Medicine. Dept. of Anatomy (University of Pretoria, 1971-04-29)
    A DISSECTION OF ANATOMY In a review of the origin, the extent and the present status of the subject of Anatomy, with special reference to the Department of Anatomy of the University of Pretoria, the speaker analysis the ...
  • Meiring, J.H.; University of Pretoria. Faculty Health Sciences. Dept. of Anatomy (University of Pretoria, 1988-10-20)
    'Anatomy: The evergreen subject' The evergreen existence of the field of Anatomy is viewed from several angles with particular emphasis on the role which Anatomy plays in the training of the medical student.
  • Reynders, H.J.J.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Business Economics (University of Pretoria, 1959-05-15)
    The Second World War created conditions which led the South Africa Government of the day to interfere with the free price mechanism to a much larger extent than before. Shortly after the declaration of war in 1939, it ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959-; University of Pretoria. Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences (2007-04-26)
    The purpose of this inaugural address is to present and analyse the assertion that tension exists between general and professional education in institutions of higher education and specifically in the Faculty of Economic ...
  • Labuschagne, J.M.T. (Johan Martin Trotske); University of Pretoria. Dept. of Bantu Law (University of Pretoria, 1973-09-04)
    Contemporary Bantu Law curricula are narrowed to a study of Bantu Customary Law, in particular the private law thereof. To these certain South African statute laws are added. In this lecture it is submitted that the ...
  • Van Wyk, E.B. (Egidius Benedictus), 1929-; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Bantu Languages (University of Pretoria, 1962-08-23)
    During the period following the return of Bantu linguistics from predominantly diachronic interests to problems of a purely descriptive nature, the Department of Bantu Languages at the University of Pretoria had to find ...
  • Mlambo, Alois S.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Historical and Heritage Studies (University of Pretoria, 2012-11-26)
    The lecture explores the processes of identity making and state building in a multi-ethnic and multi-racial society recently emerging from a protracted armed struggle against a racially-ordered settler colonial domination. ...
  • Claasen, S.J. (Schalk Johannes); University of Pretoria. Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering (University of Pretoria, 1997-11-04)
    Industrial engineering the profession for the 21 st century
  • Kruger, P.S. (Paul Stephanus), 1944-; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering (University of Pretoria, 1990-08-30)
    The establishment and continuing success of a fonn of government based on the principles of democracy is critically dependent on a growing economy and a continuing increase in the standard of living of the respective ...
  • Borchardt, C.F.A.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Church History and Policy (University of Pretoria, 1991-02-28)
    There are many reasons for studying General Church History: most of the large traditional churches in South Africa have their roots in the church reformation of the sixteenth century: to really understand the Afrikaans ...
  • Le Roux, P.M.; University of Pretoria. Dept. van Plantsiektes en Mikrobiologie (University of Pretoria, 1961-08-20)
    Control of plant disease through preventive measures is based upon exclusion, eradication and direct protection. The government tries to prevent importation of new diseases and aids in the eradication of newly introduced ...