HP-GSB News

The High Performance Movement Lecture Series: Action-oriented Perspectives in Diplomacy and Private Sector Innovation

From left: High Commissioner of Ghana to Namibia and Botswana, H.E Alhaji Abdul-Rahman Harruna Attah and United Nations (UN) Resident Coordinator and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative to Namibia, Ms Anita Kiki Gbeho]

From left: High Commissioner of Ghana to Namibia and Botswana, H.E Alhaji Abdul-Rahman Harruna Attah and United Nations (UN) Resident Coordinator and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative to Namibia, Ms Anita Kiki Gbeho]

On the 1st of September 2016, The Harold

 


Prof. Grafton Whyte voted onto AABS Board

HP-GSB Director Prof. Grafton Whyte has been voted onto the board of the Association of African Business Schools (AABS) to represent HP-GSB (NUST) and Namibia. The appointment took place at the AABS Annual Conference which took place at Lagos Business School, Lagos, Nigeria, from 22-25 May 2016. The term of office is three years.  One of the initiatives Prof.

 


First HP-GSB MBA students graduate

The Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business has produced its first crop of MBA graduates. Graduating at NUST recently were (from left to right) Celeste Kambonde, Evelyn Naris, Emily Alweendo, Hilma Moongela, Severin Shilongo and Konis Elungi. Absent at the ceremony were Ivan Murangi, Shapwa Kaulinge and Talent Nyandoro.

 


Ambassador of Turkey visits HP-GSB

From left, Prof. Samuel Mensah, Ambassador of Turkey to Namibia, Her Excellency Deniz Çakar, Deputy Head of Mission Mr. Tolga Arslan and Prof. Grafton Whyte.

From left, Prof. Samuel Mensah, Ambassador of Turkey to Namibia, Her Excellency Deniz Çakar, Deputy Head of Mission Mr. Tolga Arslan and Prof. Grafton Whyte. 

Windhoek, 10 May 2016: The Ambassador of Turkey to Namibia, Her Excellency Deniz Çakar, visited the Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business at NUST. The Ambassador met with HP-GSB Director Prof. Grafton Whyte and MBA programme head Prof. Samuel Mensah to explore potential areas of collaboration in the field of business education.

 


Ghana High Commissioner visits HP-GSB

Windhoek, 25 April 2016: The Ghana High Commissioner to Namibia, His Excellency Alhaji Haruna Atta visited the Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business at NUST. The High Commissioner met with HP-GSB Director Prof. Grafton Whyte and MBA programme head Prof. Samuel Mensah to explore potential areas of collaboration in the field of business education.