Browsing UP Inaugural Addresses by Issue Date

Browsing UP Inaugural Addresses by Issue Date

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  • Kellerman, J.H.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Agricultural Biochemistry (University of Pretoria, 1941-08-07)
  • Wijnholds, H.W.J.; University of Pretoria. Dept. van Handel, Geld- en Bankwese (University of Pretoria, 1947-04-16)
  • Goudriaan, Jan, 1893-; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Business Economics (University of Pretoria, 1949-03-24)
  • Van der Merwe, Johannes Hermanus, 1923-; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Physics (University of Pretoria, 1957-09-05)
    The small group of scientists who watched the first atomic explosion in the New Mexican desert realised that man has crossed the threshold of a new era, the atomic era, and that God has given him a power which, if wrongly ...
  • 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 ...
  • Lombard, S.H.; University of Pretoria, Dept. of Diarying (University of Pretoria, 1959-10-30)
    This lecture oulines dairying as a subject taught at university level. Its technological bias does not disqualify it as a subject in academic education which has to include many subjects other than the pure sciences owing ...
  • Joubert, D.M.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Sheep Husbandry and Wool Technology (University of Pretoria, 1961-08-08)
    In this inaugural address, delivered on the occassion of official acceptance of the chair of Sheep Husbandry and Wool Technology, an attempt was made to indicate the position of this subject amongst the "established" ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Snijman, P.C.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Maxillo-Facial and Oral Surgery (University of Pretoria., 1963-03-12)
    A historical review of the development of Dentistry as a branch of Medicine is presented with special emphasis on the origin of Maxillo-Facial and Oral Surgery and the importance of this speciality in the health-scheme of ...
  • Stoker, D.J.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Statistics (University of Pretoria, 1963-04-17)
    In this lecture the general statistical procedure and the principles underlying the application of the theory to practical problems were considered critically. After a general discussion of the theory of statistical inference ...
  • Lombard, J.A. (Johannes Anthonie); University of Pretoria. Dept. of Economics (University of Pretoria, 1963-10-17)
    The particular approach to problems of economic policy adopted by the writer is briefly outlined in the introduction. This is that political decisions in the economic field should be analised within their historical ...
  • Coetzee, P.C. (Petrus Carolus); University of Pretoria. Dept. of Library Science (University of Pretoria., 1964-03-17)
    Although there is at present no doubt that librarians should receive a university education, there is no agreement as to the scientific status of library science or its place in the university curriculum. It is still felt, ...
  • Kruger, C.M.; University of Pretoria. Dept. van Metallurgie en Metallurgiese Ingenieurswese (University of Pretoria, 1964-05-22)
    The printed knowledge available to scientists and technologists is increasing at such a phenomenal rate that most individuals find it an impossible task to stay abreast of developments within even specialised fields. A ...
  • Neethling-Pohl, Anna; University of Pretoria. Dept. van Toneelvertolkingsleer (University of Pretoria, 1965-08-26)
  • 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 ...
  • Cloete, Jacobus Johannes Nicolaas; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Public Administration (University of Pretoria, 1966-08-05)
    In this inaugural lecture the factors which militated against the more forceful development of the University teaching of Public Administration in South Africa are dealt with in a general manner. These factors can be ...
  • Van Zyl, A.H.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Old Testament Exegesis and Theology (Section B) (University of Pretoria, 1966-09-08)
    As a result of the application of the so-called "literar-kritische", "Formgeschichtliche" and "traditionsgeschichtliche" methods, which are not based on an objective approach to the Books of the Old Testament, the person ...
  • Van Rensburg, S.P.J.J.; University of Pretoria. Dept. Nieu-Testamentiese Wetenskap (A) (University of Pretoria, 1966-09-23)
  • Leue, J.A.E.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of German (University of Pretoria, 1966-09-28)