Monday, 1 June 2009

Congratulations Dr. Megan Becker

I have just received this email from Prof. Cyril O'Connor, Dean of Engineering at University of Cape Town:

It is with enormous pleasure that I can inform you that our colleague Megan Becker is now Dr Megan Becker having just last week received the news that she has successfully completed her PhD through the University of Pretoria where she was supervised by the eminent process mineralogist, Professor Johan de Villiers with Dee (Bradshaw) as her co-supervisor. Completing a PhD full time is in itself always a major achievement but doing so while carrying other important loads deserves very special accolades! This achievement by Megan is not only great for her but also for the CMR given the ever-increasing role which process mineralogy is playing in all of our research projects.

Well done Megan - you join an illustrious group of past and present CMR PhD graduates who also did it while on the job so to speak - not least of these being Dave (Deglon), Aubrey (Mainza) and Dee (Bradshaw).

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