New PhD and Masters graduates

Five students with links to the CSSR graduated in June. Eric Schollar completed his PhD on mathematics teaching and outcomes in South African primary schools. Ralpsh Ssebagala's PhD was on household debt and the National Credit Act in South Africa Jan Schenk's thesis involved a comparison of popular culture and identity among adolescents in Cape Town and the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte. Chijioke Nwosu's PhD examined the relationship between health and labour market participation. In addition, Kezia Lilenstein graduated with distinction, after completing her Masters degree. Her dissertation examined reservation wages among young people in Cape Town. The CSSR congratulates all students who graduated this year.