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The series of alumni events continued with the Alumni Night event which held on Saturday (12/14) at the UGM Hall. This activity gathered UGM alumni and partners as well as a friendly night between alumni and partner leaders with UGM. This event was also part of a series of activities held by Lustrum XIV or the 70th Anniversary of UGM.
Present at the event was the Rector of UGM, Prof. Ir. Panut Mulyono, M. Eng., D. Eng., IPU., ASEAN Eng. Panut expressed his gratitude to all the alumni who were presented that night, especially those from regions outside Yogyakarta.
“There is no university that can progress without the support of its alumni and UGM has proven that. UGM has become extraordinary as it is now due to the contribution of its alumni,” he said.
Panut hopes that the alumni can strengthen their synergy with each other as written in the couplet of the Gadjah Mada Hymn.
“We want the alumni to always remember their alma mater. Let’s together contribute to the glory of Indonesia,” he explained.
After the remarks, the event continued with the launching of the book The Magic of 70th UGM and UGM White Paper: “UGM Inspiration for Indonesia” by symbolically pressing the digital button conducted by the UGM rector, Vice Chancellor for Cooperation and Alumni, Prof. Dr. Paripurna, S.H., M.Hum., LL.M., and Head of the Publisher and Publication Board of the Publisher and Publication Agency, Widodo, S.P., M.Sc., Ph.D.
After that, the activity continued with the symbolic handover of the UGM Friends Scholarship, the Oman Friends Scholarship, and the KAGAMA Batch IX Scholarship which was submitted by representatives from KAGAMA, Destina Kawanti and the Vice Chancellor for Cooperation and Alumni.
Another interesting thing that was found at the Alumni Night event was the presence of the first batch of alumni of the Faculty of Engineering majoring in Civil Engineering UGM and graduating in 1955. This moment was certainly very memorable considering that until now UGM has printed more than 340,000 alumni spread even to the rest of the world.
The program was also filled with entertainment from alumni such as KAGAMA Beksan and Adiswara Gadjah Mada Choir. It was also entertained by the appearance of The Kandang, one of a band formed by Civil Engineering students.
Alumni Night activities are routinely held every year in order to become an alumni meeting night with old friends and strengthen family ties. The night atmosphere of Balairung carved out the old stories of the alumni to always remember their college days and other times that were once memorable on the blue campus.
[Alumni Relationship / Article: Winona; Photo: Aan; Translate: Nadya]
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) together with the Tanoto Foundation held an activity entitled “Scholarship Recipient Alumni Gathering” which was held on Saturday (14/12) on the 2nd Floor of Grha Sabha Pramana UGM.
This activity is intended for all UGM alumni who have received scholarships while studying at UGM. Online registration is welcomed enthusiastically by UGM alumni. This activity was attended by more than 350 participants and invited guests.
Vice-Chancellor for Cooperation and Alumni, Prof. Dr. Paripurna, S.H., M.Hum., LL.M., said that the scholarship recipients were trusted to be UGM ambassadors who brought the name of UGM to the national and international level.
“There are no scholarships that are given away and scholarships are always given through selection. Therefore, it is no exaggeration if I say that the scholarship recipients at UGM are well-selected people, “he said.
Paripurna also said that it was appropriate for UGM to rely on alumni who received scholarships to participate in helping improve UGM’s reputation internationally. QS World University Ranking states that 3 years ago UGM was ranked 550th and now 320th. This is, of course, the role of many parties, one of which is the scholarship recipients through research and publications.
“We suggest for alumni friends (scholarship recipients) to form a network. Because friends who receive scholarships certainly have something in common, at least the joys and sorrows of being scholarship recipients can later be distributed from students to students,” he said.
Also present was the Global Tanoto Foundation Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Satrijo Tanudjojo, who also gave two words in the series of the Scholarship Recipient Alumni Gathering event. The Tanoto Foundation is engaged in the field of independent philanthropy which was founded by Mr Tanoto from Besitang, North Sumatra, which has provided access to schools.”The Tanoto Foundation focuses on education because we believe quality education accelerates prosperity opportunities,” he said.
The Tanoto Foundation has programs for children from an early age to college level. This, he said, is a program that is swift, smart, and exemplary. That is, children from 0-6 years old are expected to be able to be alert, then after reaching elementary and junior high school they will produce smart personalities, then enter university and be prepared to become role models.
Apart from the Tanoto Foundation, Sulastama Raharja, S.T., M.T., one of the initiators of the KAGAMA scholarship. At present, KAGAMA is developing two scholarship schemes, the KAGAMA scholarship and the KAGAMA Scholarship Endowment Fund.
Sulastama added that a variety of activities were carried out by KAGAMA to collect funds and later the funds collected would be submitted, developed and managed by UGM. The background of the KAGAMA scholarship is the concern of UGM alumni to help others. A variety of simple ideas became the forerunner of the scholarship program organized by KAGAMA. However, Sulastama added, with limited resources, KAGAMA has not been able to assist scholarship recipients until now.
Aside from the scholarship provider, Nur Agis Aulia, S. Sos., inspiring young alumni attended the event and shared tips on becoming alumni who could open jobs. Being a digital farmer has led Nur Agis to become a successful agropreneur. Although listed as a member of the Banten DPRD, Nur Agis is better known as a modern farmer.
This ISIPOL Faculty Alumni said that the scholarship program that had been given by UGM is utilized as well as possible because there are many doors that can lead someone to be successful, one of them is the scholarship program.
After a brief presentation, the activity continued with an interactive dialogue between the scholarship provider and the participants. The dialogue was moderated by Prof. Paripurna and filled by the CEO of Tanoto Foundation, KAGAMA, and Young Alumni and the Director of UGM Partnership, Alumni and International Affairs, Dr. Danang Sri Hadmoko, S.Sc., M.Sc.
The Scholarship Recipient Alumni Gathering was also filled by performances from KAGAMA Sekar Gendhing (karawitan group), KAGAMA Adigita Gama (keroncong), and main entertainment by Mantradisi. In addition, there is a photobooth side that can be used by the participants to capture the moment together.
[Alumni Relationship / Article: Winona; Photo: Aan; Translate: Nadya]
A friendly and energetic image emanates from Dr. J. Satrijo Tanudjojo as a speaker at the Provision of Candidate Graduation for Bachelor and Diploma Program November 2019 Period, on Tuesday (19/11) at Grha Sabha Pramana UGM.
PT Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park (IMIP) in collaboration with UGM held a socialization and interview activity of PT IMIP on Monday (4/11) in the Vocational School Library Hall.
The KAGAMA National Conference series on the second day began with the signing of the MoU between Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) and Kampar Regency, Riau in the area of strengthening regional development on Friday (11/15) at the Grand Inna Hotel in Bali Beach. The memorandum of cooperation was signed by UGM Rector, Prof. Ir. Panut Mulyono, M. Eng., D. Eng., IPU, ASEAN Eng., and Kampar Regent, Catur Sugeng Santoso.
In his welcoming speech, the Chancellor of UGM said that UGM had collaborated with various regencies and cities in Indonesia. The aim is to develop the country to the outer regions of Indonesia, one of which is to send UGM students through the Community Service Program as a medium for students to learn local wisdom in the midst of regional communities.
Along with these activities, the KAGAMA Central Board (PP) also signed an MoU with the John Fawcett Foundation (JFF). The signing was carried out by the Chairperson of PP KAGAMA, Ganjar Pranowo, and the Chairperson of JFF Indonesia, I Gede Wingin. The JFF Foundation is a humanitarian organization engaged in the field of health, specifically in the field of vision recovery and blindness prevention. This foundation offers assistance to the underprivileged for free medical treatment without religious, political or ethnic considerations.
The Chairperson of JFF Indonesia appreciated the cooperation with PP KAGAMA to provide health services throughout the country. With this collaboration, a free cataract surgery service will be held on the agenda of the KAGAMA XIII National Conference.
After signing the MoU, on the same day, the opening of the KAGAMA XIII National Conference was held. Present at the event was the Minister of Transportation, Budi Karya Sumadi, who came to represent President Joko Widodo, and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Retno Marsudi.
The Governor of Bali, I Wayan Koster, welcomed the KAGAMA XIII National Conference held on the Dewata Island which is famous for its tourist destinations. In addition, Wayan Koster hopes that the KAGAMA XIII National Conference can produce something useful to advance the nation and state.
The general chairperson of PP KAGAMA, Ganjar Pranowo, conveyed that the KAGAMA National Conference this time not only carried out internal consolidation but also prepared proposals and recommendations to be submitted to the government, especially related to the design to advance and develop human resources in Indonesia. Not only in the field of human resources, but recommendations on renewable energy, the environment and disaster are also expected to be a reference for national development.
In his remarks, Budi Karya Sumadi conveyed a message from President Joko Widodo that the KAGAMA National Conference not only conducted organizational activities but also consolidated the best ideas and thoughts for the progress and glory of the nation. President Jokowi also advised that KAGAMA can be the frontline in mobilizing synergies for advanced Indonesia and the spirit of collaborating with other institutions to advance Indonesia.
To realize the vision of a developed Indonesia is not only determined by the government but the enthusiasm and hard work of all children of the nation from various society. “All children of the nation, including KAGAMA, must take one step, one rhythm to move forward together,” he said.
KAGAMA XIII National Conference was officially opened symbolically by the beating of the gong by the Minister of Transportation, Budi Karya Sumadi.
[Alumni Relations / Articles: Dea & Winona, Translate: Nadya]
The Alumni of the Gadjah Mada Family (KAGAMA) held the XIII National Conference on Bali. The series of events on the first day (14/11) began with a talk show “Readiness of Indonesian Human Resources in Facing Industrial Revolution 4.0”. The talk show was hosted by Brigita Manohara, with guest speaker Faisal Bahri as an economist, Prof. Ir. Panut Mulyono, M.Eng., D.Eng., IPU. as the Chancellor of Universitas Gadjah Mada, Prof. Dr. dr. A. A. Raka Sudewi, Sp., S (K) as Rector of Udayana University, Dr. Hendri Saparini as the founder of CORE Indonesia, and Adamas Belva Syah Devara as CEO of Ruangguru.
The Sub Directorate of Alumni Relations Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is a connector between alumni and campus. A series of programs are made and released in order to maintain friendship and kinship that has been established.
The Universitas Gadjah Mada Alumni Family (KAGAMA) is an important place for each alumni to connect with each other. Regeneration of the management from time to time continues to be done so that KAGAMA can continue to grow and benefit the surrounding community. This was done by KAGAMA Medical and KAGAMA Forestry Community of Yogyakarta Regional Government who inaugurated the new management on Saturday (10/26).
The Center for World Trade Studies at Universitas Gadjah Mada (PSPD UGM) signed cooperation related to inclusive trade governance between Indonesia and Japan together with the ASEAN Nagoya Club (ANC). The signing in Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by the UGM Rector, Prof. Ir. Panut Mulyono, M. Eng., D. Eng., IPU, ASEAN Eng., and from the ANC by Takashi Ori and Hisaya Matsuhisa on Thursday (10/24) at UGM Multimedia Room, UGM Hall 3rd floor.