On 18 January 2021, Applied Algebra & Analysis Group (AAAG), Department of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science and Frontier Materials Research Alliance, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) has successfully conducted 6th Bi-Weekly Seminar Series. Recent advancement of Cayley Graphs was the title delivered during the seminar by Dr. Hazzirah Izzati Mat Hashim, a Senior Lecturer from …
Covid-19 pandemic has transformed our normal life into a new normal. It presents various challenges to the economic survival of Malaysians at various levels such as SME and enterprises. Malaysians, especially the B40 group, have been badly hit due to the fact that they may not be able to go to work because of the Movement Control Order (MCO). After 6 weeks of MCO where only essential services were allowed to operate business, employers may not be able to pay salaries or will undertake salary cuts. This situation has affected many B40 families and UTM students since 60% of them are from this class.
The Hult Prize is an annual, year-long competition that crowd-sources ideas from students, challenging them to solve a pressing social issue around topics such as food security, water access, energy, and education. Hult International Business School introduced this Hult Prize Foundation back in 2010 in partnership with the United Nations. Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus has referred Hult Prize to as the “Nobel Prize for students”. Basically the program’s end goal is to create the next wave of social entrepreneurs amongst youths.