What does it take to become a lecturer in electrical engineering? And what does this career choice involve? Find below my interview with a lecturer in Electrical Engineering, who is passionate about engineering, teaching and mentorship, Dr. Ditiro Setlhaolo. She is also a consultant in demand side energy management.
Question: Electrical engineering, how did you gain interest in this area?
Ditiro: This question takes me back. I grew up with interest in technical stuff, though at the time, I didn’t know whether it was electrical or mechanical engineering. Continue reading
Atang Monicah Koboti is my name. I am a Mechanical Engineering Student at the University of Botswana, currently in my final year of study. Why did I choose mechanical engineering? I was very inquisitive as a child, and of course, my mother was present to answer these questions on the stars, the galaxies and whatever else I could come up with. She loved to read and she would, patiently, pass on her knowledge to me. Once I was able to, I would read more on the topics I was curious about and impress her with my knowledge. Continue reading
Meet Ms. Thobo, Ms. Kandondi and Ms. Marang, aspiring scientists in agriculture in Botswana. They tell us their stories and aspirations for agriculture in their country.
Ms. Marang, Ms. Kandondi and Ms. Thobo at the interview
Miss Kapweke Kandondi – Soil and Water Engineering
The person and the career:
I am Kapweke Kandondi, from Etsha in the northern part of Botswana. My undergraduate degree was in BSc. Soil and Water Conservation Engineering at Botswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, where I was the best student. I am currently pursuing an MSc. in Soil and Water Engineering focusing on conservation agriculture. I chose to do engineering, since I have always enjoyed science. Continue reading
Ms. Keketso Patricia Kabi, a final year student of Geology at the University of Botswana, originally from Lesotho, tells us about her passion in geology.
Who I am, Why I chose geology and why I still want to do it.
I fell in love with geology from watching National Geographic and the Discovery Channel on television in primary school. My sister always thought I was joking but I knew what I wanted to do. Continue reading