Full First Name(s)
Jo-Ansie
Title (honorific)
Prof
Academic Qualifications
DPhil (2013, University of Pretoria)
Brief Biography (English)

Jo-Ansie van Wyk lectures International Politics at the University of South Africa (Unisa). She has completed a D Phil in International Relations on South Africa’s post-apartheid nuclear diplomacy, and has published on, amongst others, nuclear diplomacy, South Africa’s nuclear diplomacy, disarmament, non-proliferation, the IAEA, nuclear medicine and the Pelindaba Treaty. She is Fulbright Alumna at the University of Delaware, Newark and a Member of the South African Academy for Science and Art  (SAASA). She has been a guest lecturer at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) and University of Pretoria (UP), and the South African National Intelligence Academy, the South African National Defence College, the South African National War College, and the South African Diplomatic Academy. She has completed consultancies for the World Bank, UNESCO, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), the South African Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), and Consultancy Africa Intelligence (CAI). From June 2010 until October 2014, she served on the South African Minister of Trade and Industry’s South African Council for Space Affairs (SACSA). She is a recipient of inter alia, the University of South Africa Women Developing Researcher Award (2012), Academic Honorary Colours (University of Pretoria, 2013), the Bradlow Fellowship of the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA, 2014), and Unisa’s Leadership in Research Women Award (2014). She is rated as a C3 researcher by the South African National Research Foundation (NRF), and has received research and travel grants from a number of South African and international institutions.

Job Title
Professor
Primary Organisation
University of South Africa
Website Address for Primary Organisation
African Country
South Africa
African Region
Southern Africa

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