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11 Oct 2019

Law Talk: the Draft Amendment of Indonesian Criminal Code should be Examined Academically

The controversy towards a number of bills in Indonesia was responded by academicians at President University by holding an interactive discussion that was attended by both lecturers and students.

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11 Oct 2019

Universities as Drivers of Economic Growth

After announcing the plan to relocate the capital city of Indonesia to Kalimantan, the Indonesian government continues to arrange various economic equality programs all over Indonesia. One of the programs is the development of new economic centers across the country. This was stated by the Minister of Public Works and Public Housing Basuki Hadimuljono in the Jakarta Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Club forum on Thursday (3/10/2019) which was hosted by Jababeka Group.

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10 Oct 2019

President University Students in World Tourism Day (WTD) 2019 Celebration

President University students attended World Tourism Day (WTD) 2019 at National Monument (Monas) on 4 October, 2019. The event that was organized by Ikatan Cendikiawan Pariwisata Indonesia (ICPI) and Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Indonesia Chapter held to raise people’s awareness of the impact of tourism to culture, social, economy, politic, and environment.

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09 Oct 2019

Guest Lecture: An Overview of the U.S. Constitution, Separation of Powers and Check and Balances

Law Study Program of President University welcomed Stephen G. Barnes, the Assistant Dean of Graduate and International Programs of Penn State Law, Pennsylvania in a guest lecture entitled “An Overview of the U.S Constitution: Separation of Powers and Check and Balances” recently.

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08 Oct 2019

President University Lecturers Created Machine to Turn Rice Husk into Briquettes to Increase the Income of Sukamaju Village

At harvest time, the husks produced from the rice milling process are often exposed to the open air and damage the environment. In the long term, this can damage human health. Responding to this fact, a team of lecturers from President University consisting of Nanang Ali Sutisna, M.Eng., Filda Rahmiati, BBA., MBA., and Grace Amin, S.Psi., M.Psi. conducted a research through the Community Partnership Program (Program Kemitraan Masyarakat) entitled "Utilization of Rice Husk Waste into Charcoal Briquettes to Increase the Income of Sukamaju Village, Tambelang District, Bekasi Regency". This research succeeded in getting a grant from the Directorate of Research and Community Service, the Directorate General of Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture.

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07 Oct 2019

Kemeristekdikti Reviewed “Program Asuh” at President University

Reviewers from the Director of Quality Assurance, the Directorate General of Learning and Student Affairs (Dirjen Belmawa) of the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (Kemristekdikti) visited the President University last Friday (4/10). The visit was carried out in order to assess the progress of implementation and monitor the results of the activities of “Program Asuh Menuju Prodi Unggul tahun 2019” conducted by President University.

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07 Oct 2019

Logistic Maritime 4.0: Optimizing Maritime Logistic Management to Boost National Economic Growth

Focusing on the issue of Logistic Maritime in Indonesia, La Ode and team's scientific article was selected as one of the papers that were awarded an incentive in Student Creativity Program – Scientific Article (PKM-AI) by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia in 2019.

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04 Oct 2019

The Effect of Fair Competition and the Role of Indonesian Competition Commission (KPPU) to Improve Economic Welfare State

There are two important factors that should be the focus of the government in improving the national economic welfare state. First, the development of domestic micro, small & medium enterprises (MSMEs) which support the national economic development. The second is the creation of a healthy business climate in the country. The two important factors can be achieved as the Indonesian Competition Commission (ICC) present to create a conducive environment for all businesses. This was mentioned by the commissioner of ICC Prof. Dr. Drs. Chandra Setiawan, M.M., Ph.D in a general lecture entitled “The Effect of Fair Competition and the Role of ICC (KPPU) to Improve Economic Welfare State” this morning (4/10).

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