Prof Lobina Gertrude Palamuleni received her PhD degree from the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. She worked at the University of Malawi and later moved to North-West University. Presently she is a full professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental sciences. She has supervised 9 PhD’s, 11 Masters, and mentored 2 postdoctoral fellows. Her research interests centres on problems of land use and land cover changes, application of remote sensing techniques and geographical information systems to solve environmental problems specifically water resources. Very instrumental is the monitoring and management of water resources in terms of quality and quantity to ensure equitable distribution and access. She has published more than 40 research articles and delivered talks at many international conferences. She is a reviewer of more than 10 international journals in the field of water resources management, applied remote sensing and GIS. She is the Deputy Director in the School of Geo and Spatial Sciences and a member of the Association of African Remote Sensing of the Environment, Society of South African Geographers, The Association of American Geographers and a participant of WaterNet/Water Research Fund for Southern Africa.