Lecturers

LecturerIntroduction
Prof Leslie BrownPlant ecologist and botanist (UNISA); head of the ‘Applied Behavioural Ecology and Ecosystem Research Unit’ that conducts research into vegetation and animal behaviour; and author.
Dr Ian EnglebrechtInvertebrate conservation scientist at South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) and extraordinary lecturer in the Department of Zoology and Entomology at the University of Pretoria.
Francois CoetzeeArchaeologist; researcher; and curator of the ‘Museum of Anthropology & Archaeology’ at UNISA. Specialist in archaeotourism and late iron age archaeology, including Pilanesberg.
Steve DellLong serving field ecologist at Pilanesberg National Park.
Prof. Judith KinnairdDirector of the Economic Geology Research Institute in the School of Geosciences at Wits University
Dr. Paul NexGeologist, visiting lecturer at Wits; and igneous processes specialist including uranium deposits in the Bushveld Complex.
Ulrich OberprielerZoologist; education specialist at the National Zoological Gardens in Pretoria; author and co-author of numerous guides on birds and mammals - including the definitive ‘Raptor Guide of Southern Africa.
Prof. Mary ScholesPlant physiologist; award winning educator at the School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences; serves as the Assistant Dean for Postgraduate Studies in the Faculty of Science – Wits; and member of five international science steering committees.
Dr. Bob ScholesAuthor; systems ecologist; specialist in savanna ecology and global change; a Fellow of the CSIR and advisory member of the South African National Parks Board.

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