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22 Dec 2020

Communications Students Invite Millennials to Preserve Indonesian Culture

The invasion of foreign cultures into Indonesia has the potential to reduce millennial concern for local culture. This is the background for students of the Communications Study Program, President University (PresUniv), to establish the Abhinaya Indonesia movement. In one of its campaign activities, Abhinaya Indonesia held a virtual talkshow with the theme "Indonesian Cultural Innovation in the Era 4.0", by collaborating with Indonesian musician Pasha "Ungu" as the speaker.

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21 Dec 2020

ICSECC 2020 Presented PresUniv Alumni as Speakers

Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, President University (PresUniv), together with Siliwangi University as co-hosts, presented the 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Engineering and Creative Computing (ICSECC), Wednesday (16/12). This virtual conference was very special because it presented 2 PresUniv alumni as Keynote Speakers, namely Nguyen Hoang Long, Ph.D. from Texas University, USA, and Ngo Quang Son from IBM Vietnam.

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21 Dec 2020

Anti-intolerance, Anti-Sexual Violence, Anti-Bullying, and Anti-KKN Education for Students

The Student Affairs Bureau, President University (PresUniv), held an education session to prevent intolerance, sexual violence, bullying, and corruption in campus life, Thursday (17/12). This activity is in line with PresUniv's vision to produce graduates who need to have leadership, multicultural, and global outlook. A good leader needs to have an anti-corruption, collusion, and nepotism attitude. Meanwhile, multicultural attitudes are marked by anti-intolerance, anti-sexual anti-violence, and anti-bullying.

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21 Dec 2020

Super Parents, Assists Parents for Online Learning

The Covid-19 pandemic is changing the face-to-face learning system online. This change raises new challenges, especially for elementary school students, as the socialization of the change in the role of parents from facilitator to facilitator and tutor is lacking. Responding to this problem, Communications students at President University (PresUniv) initiated a non-profit group called Super Parents which focuses on campaigns on parenting and education.

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19 Dec 2020

International Relations Study Program Discusses the Future of Islamic Politics

The International Relations Study Program (IR), President University (PresUniv), held the 4th President Center for International Studies (PRECIS) webinar with the theme "The Future of Islamic Politics in Indonesia and Southeast Asia", Saturday (12/12). This webinar presented PresUniv lecturers as speakers and was attended by academics and political issues and international relations’ observers.

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18 Dec 2020

YPUP Receives an Award from Bekasi Regency Government

President University Foundation (YPUP) received an appreciation from the Bekasi Regency Government (Pemkab) for its active participation in Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility activities in 2020. The award was handed over directly by the Regent of Bekasi Regency, Eka Supria Atmaja, to the Vice Rector of Resources, President University (PresUniv), Sandy Darmowinoto, B.Sc. (Hons), M.IT., in the "Sinergitas dan Koordinasi TJSLP/Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)" event at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Jababeka, Thursday (12/17).

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18 Dec 2020

PUSH Harvests Hydroponic Plants and Catfish

A month after cultivating hydroponic plants through training provided by PT Jababeka & Co., last Tuesday (15/12), Student Affairs Bureau of President University (PresUniv), together with President University Student Housing (PUSH), harvested the result. Not only harvested hydroponic plants but also catfish.

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17 Dec 2020

Komodokoe, Communications Student Campaign to Preserve Komodo

Komodo dragons, the largest lizards on earth found only in Indonesia, have long been classified as a vulnerable species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). This fact attracted the attention of Communications students at President University (PresUniv), who involved themselves in the "Komodokoe" project to take part in efforts to preserve the Komodo dragon.

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