They are Professor David McQuoid-Mason and Professor Stephen Peté of the School of Law; Professor Maxwell Phiri and Professor Krishna K Govender of the School of Management, Information Technology and Governance, and Professor Stephen Migiro of the Graduate School of Business and Leadership.
The Top 30 ranking comprises of researchers who have accumulated the most author units for publications in Department of Higher Education and Training accredited, peer-reviewed journals.
The five academics achieved the following number of productivity units (PUs) Peté – 600; Phiri - 546; Migiro – 529; Govender - 480, and McQuoid-Mason - 426.
College Dean of Research, Professor Marita Carnelley, congratulated the academics for their contribution to the University’s research output.
‘It is a great honour to have five academics from the College on the list especially as there were no College academics on the 2014 list. We wish to congratulate these academics for their hard work and persistence in getting their research published. They are an inspiration to us all,’ she said.