UGM hosted the Times Higher Education Rankings Master Class, drawing participation from 21 state universities with legal entities (PTN-BH) across Indonesia.
Research institutions are pivotal in navigating the commercialization of research findings, serving as vital platforms for researchers.
The climate crisis is a pressing global issue impacting nations worldwide.
The Indonesian Transportation Safety Committee data recorded 100 railway accidents in Indonesia from 2007 to early 2024.
Waste management systems have faced intensified scrutiny recently, particularly in Yogyakarta, where millions of tons of waste generated daily often go through inadequate processing. The public is alarmed as the Piyungan Final Disposal Site shuts down again, prompting makeshift emergency disposal sites in various parts of the city. Tackling this multifaceted problem head-on is Yuris […].
In recent years, Indonesia has witnessed a notable surge in earthquake activity.
In Indonesia’s evolving landscape of freedom of religion and belief (FoRB), the last two decades have seen regulatory strides, with the term enshrined in the constitution during the 2000 amendment to the 1945 Constitution. Despite these advancements, real-world challenges persist, marked by numerous FoRB violations that often sideline mediation practices and the rights of those […].
The Faculty of Law at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has triumphantly orchestrated the Academic Innovation Day 2023 under the captivating theme “Academic Innovation and Technology.” This affair unfolded over two months, from Sep.
The communication landscape is in perpetual motion, mirroring the relentless pace of the digital era.
The UGM Council of Professors once again convened for their monthly intellectual rendezvous, “Pemikiran Bulaksumur #29,” unfurling insights on the theme “Future President’s Challenges: Maritime and Sovereignty.” In this virtual gathering on Wednesday (Dec.
Nezar Patria, the Deputy Minister of Communication and Information Technology, enthusiastically endorses research and studies probing the ethical dimensions of deploying artificial intelligence (AI) in industrial and educational domains. This resonates with the minister’s recently introduced policy, unveiling ethical guidelines for AI application in the public sector, a strategic move to ensure AI’s secure and […].
The persistent issue of land conflicts, an enduring struggle with seemingly no resolution in sight, continues to cast its shadow across various corners of the archipelago. The discord over land rights, typically ensnaring indigenous communities in tussles with corporations, persists with disheartening regularity.
The Center for Digital Society (CfDS) at UGM joined forces with Traveloka to delve into the pressing need to revitalize the tourism sector through digital innovation. The discourse, presented as part of the DigiTalk #60 event, boasted a panel of speakers, including Muhammad Sidiq Wicaksono (lecturer in Tourism Business, UGM Vocational College), Widyasari Listyowulan (Vice […].
The pervasive integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into various systems has sparked debates surrounding data protection.
Universities, the epicenters of knowledge creation and dissemination, pulsate with the dual heartbeat of education and research.
The Sexual Violence Crime Law, officially in force since May 9, 2022, heralds a promising era for addressing cases of sexual violence and safeguarding women and children in Indonesia, particularly within the higher education landscape.
The ever-evolving landscape of technology, coupled with the surge of digital media and the aftermath of the post-COVID-19 era, has orchestrated profound transformations in the public domain. These shifts redefine the dynamics of human interaction and reshape the intricate fabric of trust among diverse entities navigating the disrupted communication space. Hence, there is an imperative […].
As Indonesia gears up for the 2024 election, the nation is witnessing a surge in political scrutiny, mainly directed at presidential and vice-presidential candidates. Beyond campaign promises, public discourse has shifted to scrutinizing these political figures’ attitudes, behaviors, and movements. A discussion on the culture of shame within Indonesia’s democratic ethics was ignited during UGM’s […].
As Indonesia gears up for the 2024 elections, a seismic shift is anticipated as young voters take center stage, constituting 52 percent of the colossal 204,807,222-strong registered voter base. With millennials and Generation Z at the forefront, these young electorates bring a unique characteristic to the political landscape—a penchant for change, often colloquially described as […].
Professor Etty Indriati is a beacon of knowledge in forensic anthropology, wielding her expertise to delve into the intricate web of human behavior. Her latest literary offering, “Understanding Emotional Abuse and the Recovery Process,” was the focal point of a riveting book review held at the UGM Library on Wednesday (Nov.
Indonesia’s new capital, Nusantara (IKN), nestled in the Penajam Paser Utara and Kutai Kartanegara regencies of East Kalimantan, emerges as a treasure trove of biodiversity. It encompasses a mosaic of ecosystems, from tropical rainforests to aquatic realms, providing sanctuaries for diverse life forms.
“Srikandi PLN Goes To Campus” at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) signifies the embodiment of the four core working groups of Srikandi PLN—policy and advocacy, culture and character, capacity building, and infrastructure, including TJSL. This initiative is geared towards capacity building, focusing on amplifying the role of Srikandi PLN within the company. Executed seamlessly, “Srikandi PLN […].
To enhance business development among young entrepreneurs, the UGM Directorate of Community Service organized an MSME seminar with the theme “Planning Enhancement to Become Resilient Entrepreneurs,” attended by 35 selected participants.
The UGM Faculty of Philosophy encourages the development of Nusantara philosophy centers in various regions in Indonesia.
UGM and the UGM Alumni Family (KAGAMA) discussed the widespread use of AI in the financial sector in a webinar themed “AI and Strengthening Inclusive Finance” on Saturday (November 25).
Unlike other forms of writing, academic or scientific writing follows specific rules regarding writing style, grammar, and structure.
The ever-evolving digital technology is increasing demand for skilled digital workers.
The development of information technology and social media platforms has brought about significant changes in the information landscape. Indonesia, with its large population and growing internet access, faces severe threats from disinformation that can distort the mindset and perspectives of society. Digital media technology advancements allow anyone to participate in the production and virality of […].
The automotive industry has been established in Indonesia for a hundred years.
The Head of the Indonesia Cyber and Crypto Agency, Lieutenant General (Ret) Hinsa Siburian, stated that Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are the backbone of Indonesia’s economy, contributing 60.5% to the country’s GDP.