As a senior lecturer Tom’s current major research is the design of a low-cost Cape Town house that optimises health and sustainability goals – especially in relation to climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Prof. Sue Parnell (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an urban geographer in the Department of Environmental and Geographical Sciences at the University of Cape Town (UCT) and is on the Executive Committee of the African Centre for Cities at UCT.
Coleen Moloney is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Cape Town. Her broad research area involves the variability and dynamics of marine food webs and ecosystems under global change.
Professor David Cumming graduated from Rhodes University with a BSc in zoology and entomology and a B.Sc. (Hons) in zoology and have been working in wildlife research and conservation in southern Africa since the early 1960's. After an initial spell in freshwater fisheries in Zimbabwe Cumming moved to wildlife and was posted to the remote Sengwa Wildlife Research Area in the Zambezi Valley to work on game-tsetse fly relationships.
Professor Ian Glenn is Professor of Media Studies. He studied at the Universities of Natal (Durban) where he did a BA in English and Politics and then an Honours in English, at the University of York in the UK where he did a B.Phil and then at the University of Pennsylvania for an MA and PhD.
Professor Thomas M Rehle serves as a Director and Senior Programme Advisor in the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) programme on HIV / AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Infections and TB, based in Cape Town, South Africa. He is a Visiting Professor of International Health at the University of Cape Town, School of Public Health and Family Medicine.
I am interested in the ecology of estuaries, lagoons and intertidal systems. My primary research interest lies in understanding the roles of dominant species in structuring ecosystems and communities and predicting the consequences of their losses or shifts in range.