From Laboratory to Community
“Learn the fundamental first before you go through advanced study, it will teach you equity, not egoity”, Prof. Dr. Abdul Kariem Mohd Aroff.
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Baja Kompos Sisa Organik atau dikenali sebagai BAKOSO adalah hasil inovasi penyelidik Fakulti Sains & Teknologi Industri, Universiti Malaysia Pahang yang diketuai oleh Dr. Izan Izwan bin Misnon. BAKOSO telah dipertontonkan kepada umum sewaktu berlangsungnya program Saintis Turun ke Desa pada 10 hingga 12 November 2017 bertempat di Kampung Liang Batu, Muar, Johor. BAKOSO telah mendapat perhatian YB Encik Ismail bin Mohamed, ADUN Bukit Serampang, EXCO Pertanian dan Industri Asas Tani.
Applied and Industrial Mathematics (AIMs) research cluster has organised a Grants Research Management Workshop to the group members of AIMs at Mathematics Support Centre (MSC), UMP Gambang on 15 November 2017. The objective of this workshop is to expose the members about the available grants offered and how to manage their research grants effectively, especially to the new academic staff. We have invited three experienced speakers namely Associate Prof. Dr. Mohd Zuki Salleh, Dr Norhayati Rosli and Dr Abdul Rahman Mohd Kasim. The talk is divided into three sections; 1. Academician responsibility 2. External Grants (international and national) and 3. UMP Internal Grants.Twenty members participated in the workshop and it has been a success with many questions and discussion which enlighten and give details explanation to all the members.
By Danielle Tan Hui Min, Year 3 BApPSc (Honours) Material technology Program
The very first assignment in university that is not written assignment nor project type. Yet is the first assignment that requires us to share and teach what we had learned in class to the community. We also able to experience a different lifestyle and meet wonderful village people. We had a morning walk "2000 Langkah" with the villagers in Kampung Liang Batu. We met our lecturer, Dr. Saifful's mother. I was assigned to share my knowledge in Solar Cell Technology with children from age of 8 to 12. It might be tough at first to try to explain in simple language, however, I have slowly overcome it by having a short ice breaking session with them. First, I asked, "what colors do you see in the sky"? They answered "white". I explained to them the theory behind it in simple language. I have prepared small gifts for each of them too.