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Professor Susan Booysen Susan Booysen is a professor at the WSG, author of three solo-authored and three edited books and highly experienced researcher in politics, public policy and governance. She has been at Wits since Booysen has been active in applied research for well over twenty years and has worked with a wide range of government agencies, national and international non-governmental organisations and research institutions.
She has excellent skills in qualitative and quantitative research and has a particular interest in the government-civil society interface.
Many of her projects have concerned public participation, public consultation, public policy and institutional design, and policy evaluation and review. She holds a D. She has published more than fifty book chapters and research articles in refereed national and international journals.
Booysen is also a political analyst, media commentator and regular columnist for a range of online and print publications.
Much of his supervision has focused on policy issues that affect minorities and vulnerable groups, as well as broad policy implementation topics. He provides support to the school in the development and construction of curricula for degrees and short courses, as well as system development and web application development.
She has served on numerous university and faculty committees and has been an Assistant Dean Teaching and Learning for the Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management. She has consulted, taught and researched in the areas of curriculum, education and training policy and practices, workplace learning and evaluation of learning programmes.
She has developed curricula and materials for adult and basic education and academic literacy courses at tertiary level and for capacity building initiatives in the public sector. She has been involved in research and development in relation to capacity building for government departments in South Africa and Mozambique and for the NGO sector in East Africa.
Her research interests encompass higher education policy and practices, curriculum, capacity building and development, literacy and language studies and educational development. Her current research interests include knowledge and professional education, youth development and young women and sexual health.
She has been a lecturer in higher education and further, adult and continuing education in the UK, an assistant lecturer in the English Department at the University of Cape Town, a lecturer in the Department of Applied English Language Studies at Wits University and an independent researcher and consultant in education and development.
She has taught on undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and programmes in the fields of Public Management, Education and English Language Studies and has been involved in education development work in higher education. Her general areas of specialisation for supervision include: Higher education policy and curriculum; educational development and knowledge and curriculum in professional education.
His current teaching and applied work focus on monitoring and evaluation, and his supervision revolves around monitoring systems, evaluation, and the use of evidence in decision-making, as well as youth development and gender-based violence.
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