2023 Africa Scientifique Programme Kick Off: Leadership, Knowledge and Skills for impactful Science Communication

The Africa Scientifique’s three-phased programme has been successfully delivered annually to the cohort of AIMS South Africa Master’s students since 2020. It is a unique capacity-building programme designed to support and provide young and emerging African scientists, researchers and academics with leadership, knowledge and skills for impactful science communication, thus, contributing to the growth of

AIMS Alumnus, Ludovic Tangpi, wins prestigious fellowship from American Mathematical Society

Mathematician Ludovic Tangpi, who graduated from AIMS South Africa in 2010, has been awarded the third annual AMS Claytor-Gilmer Fellowship. The year-long fellowship was established to further excellence in mathematics research and to help generate wider and sustained participation by Black mathematicians. View the article here.

AIMS Gender in STEM Mentoring Sessions

From December 2022 to January 2023, several in-house Mentoring sessions were held. The sessions provide a conducive platform for students to be equipped with added value enrichment skills. The intention is to prepare them to be well-rounded graduates equipped with essential soft skills that are highly valued in the academia and industry workplace, and promote

AIMSSEC courses under way for 2023

South Africa’s economic and social transformation demands that we empower the country’s citizenry, particularly the children, with much needed skills and knowledge to flourish in this new world of work, the 21st century environment. In response to this national call, AIMSSEC continues to deliver much needed knowledge and skills to the mathematics teachers nationwide, with