The motivational online programme organized by School of Education, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities (FSSH) of UTM have received as much as 50,000 viewers with 5,000 comments and shared 1,100 times
Students from UHMT1012 Graduate Success Attributes, Section 44, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) led by Director Phang Cheng Yi, had successfully organised a webinar called “Savings Making Living” on the 15th of January, 2021. The webinar had involved around 80 participants among students from UTM, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS), Universiti Malaysia Pahang …
Persatuan Mahasiswa Sains Komputer (PERSAKA) had organized a Webinar ‘21 event on 8th January 2021 entitled “How to Cope With Stress, Anxiety Or Depression”. This webinar was organised to help students understand stress, anxiety and depression to prevent or confront them. A speaker from the UTM Counselling Centre, Dr Zulfikar was invited to share the …
FABU faculty members conducted a gotong-royong activity to preserve the 33-year-old traditional timber wakaf at FABU Square. Less than a 100 clay Singgora roof tiles were replaced, however part of the roof areas remain incomplete. The activity was conducted among academic and non-academic staff accompanied by meals, particularly the “pulut kuning” as part of the tradition.
Mask On UTM secretariat team, MSDeaf and PMWKL once again leaped at the opportunity to breathe in water, and this time around they underwent confined water training for PADI Open Water License at Pusat Akuatik Darul Ehsan, Shah Alam, Selangor. This session was made exceptional as 4 male youngsters from B40 groups were funded to be part of the CSR Mask On UTM Project and attend the confined water training.
12 of Mask On secretariat team, and Mask On project partners were given the opportunity to breathe in water as deep as 5 meters and try the scuba diver’s action which will never be forgotten. This program became the kick-start of our first special project to shape the career of scuba divers among the unemployed with hearing loss and potential poor teenagers.