Neddy Tanga is a second year Industrial & Manufacturing Student at Harare Institute of Technology, Harare, Zimbabwe. She tells us of her ongoing journey as an engineering student, and what encourages her to stay in an engineering career. She can be found on LinkedIn. Continue reading “My philosophy as an engineering student”
Ruth Tiyembe is a Biochemistry student at the University of Botswana. She is passionate about the “out of the box” thinking that the sciences have to offer, and the breadth of career choices possible. She shares her take on sciences.
How did you come to love science?
Coincidentally, I always wanted to do law while in high school. Continue reading “There is so much more to science”
Industrial engineering is a way of life. It influences all that you do, you will not even notice yourself applying it!
I would say that everyone is a mentor to me. Each person you meet has something to teach you, if you only listen.
There is more to agriculture than ploughing and cattle. One can venture into water affairs, agriculture, environmental science and so on.
In the same way that people tell stories, nature also has its way of telling stories.