Project Team

The Strengthening Doctoral Supervision project is an inter-institutional collaboration that brings together a team from various universities.

Chrissie Boughey
Chrissie BougheyProject Director
Rhodes University
Sioux McKenna
Sioux McKennaProject Manager
Rhodes University
Clever Ndebele
Clever NdebeleProject Team
University of Venda
Nelleke Bak
Nelleke BakProject Team
University of Cape Town
Ton Dietz
Ton DietzProject Team
University of Amsterdam
Jenny Clarence-Fincham
Jenny Clarence-FinchamProject Team
Rhodes University
Nomfundo Siqwede
Nomfundo SiqwedeProject Administrator
Harry Wels
Harry WelsProject Director
Vrije Universiteit
Henk van den Heuvel
Henk van den HeuvelProject Manager
Vrije Universiteit
Gideon De Wet
Gideon De WetProject Team
University of Fort Hare
Rachel Kurian
Rachel KurianProject Team
Institute of Social Studies, The Hague
Liesbeth van de Grint
Liesbeth van de GrintProject Team
Vrije Universiteit
Susan Van Schalkwyk
Susan Van SchalkwykProject Team
University of Stellenbosch

This course has been developed through the generous funding of the Dutch government, as administered by Nuffic, and its roll-out has been extended from further funding from the Department of Higher Education and Training.

The project has also benefited from the input of a number of additional academic readers, librarians, graphic designers and online experts.

The workshop was insightful in a way that blew my mind. I particularly found the session on ethics very informative and useful, I will make use of the informative learnt not only in my supervision practice but in my classroom for the undergrad as well. I also enjoyed the section on coaching and mentoring, learning that there a difference between the two and that there is needs to be a progression from mentoring to coaching when one is supervising. I also liked the activities as well. I felt included, especially because I am a quiet person who finds it difficult to express myself when others talk a lot. Not that I do not have anything to say but when one is working in groups, there are people who kind of ‘dominate’ the discussions making it difficult for other people like me to say something.”

“I loved the facilitation. Both facilitators were well prepared and informed. I loved the way they mixed them and the presentation/discussion. They allowed free expression and critique.