The UGM Vocational College held a National Seminar on Applied Technology titled “The Role of Applied Research in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals” on Saturday (October 21).
Universitas Gadjah Mada, through the Task Force for the Prevention and Handling of Sexual Violence, has provided workshops and training on the prevention and handling of sexual violence cases for high school students and university students.
Indonesia’s position in global diplomatic relations, as a member of the G-20 and the founding member of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), is helping to make the Indonesian language more widely known. Its vitality extends beyond being the official and national language; it’s increasingly used internationally, demonstrating its significance, security, and widespread use. This is evident […].
A psychologist and manager of the Center for Public Mental Health at the UGM Faculty of Psychology, Nurul Kusuma Hidayati, emphasized the strategic role of mass media in shaping public perceptions of suicide. The way news narratives are presented can be used as an advocacy tool but can also have negative impacts.
Disaster management systems have become the primary focus in various countries following COVID-19.
Urban civilization has been evolving for 6,000 years and will continue to change at a rapid pace.
Data from the Indonesian Ministry of Health in 2018 indicates that at least 1 in 16 people aged 15 and older have been diagnosed with depression. If this condition continues to be neglected, it is feared that it will lead to more significant mental health problems.
The UGM Digital Transformation Bureau held a virtual Focus Group Discussion on Wednesday, October 11, to strengthen the UGM Artificial Intelligence (AI) Society.
The UGM Faculty of Social and Political Sciences has released a book titled “Ilmu Sosial Politik Masa Depan: Menjawab Megashift” (The Future of Social and Political Sciences: Responding to Megashift), which discusses how disruption has changed perspectives, especially in the context of digital transformation and climate change.
Indonesia has been recognized as one of the most generous countries. In 2022, Indonesia was once again ranked the most generous country in the world by the Charities Aid Foundation’s World Giving Index.
Indonesia is one of the countries that implement Sharia economics.
The Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs of Indonesia, Professor Mahfud MD, stated that the 2024 election of Indonesia will likely remain transactional. This is because the per capita income of most of the Indonesian population is still low, making it prone for politicians to ‘buy’ votes. “Our elections will still be transactional […].
The increasing population poses a unique challenge to food availability.
Forests are one of the assets that few other countries possess.
The phenomenon of “barcode,” or deliberately harming oneself using a sharp object to cut themselves in parallel lines, resembling the barcode on a product, is gaining attention among experts.
Indonesia targets net zero emissions by 2060, with most national power plants primarily sourcing their energy from variable renewable energy (VRE). In 2060, the country’s electricity demand is projected to reach 1,942 TWh, with per capita electricity consumption at 5,862 kWh per capita. To support this effort, besides primarily sourcing their energy from variable renewable […].
Twelve Asian universities discussed critical island studies at the Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), on Sunday (October 1). These twelve universities come from Indonesia, the Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, China, and Japan.
AI and digital technology are changing the world of work, creating new jobs and opportunities but also raising concerns about job losses and exploitation. The increasing role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital technology in the world of work is seen as having the potential for many people to lose their jobs, even though various […].
Disasters can strike anytime, so efforts to develop mitigation systems are crucial.
Land conflicts involving communities, the government, and industries have no end in sight.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) once again organized the “Journalism School” (Sekolah Wartawan) on Tuesday, September 26, 2023.
The UGM Directorate of Human Resources, in collaboration with the UGM Digital Transformation Bureau, organized the Program for the Development of Literacy, Culture, and Expertise to Support Digital Transformation at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM). The program aims to provide comprehensive knowledge about digital transformation concepts, focusing on initiating change from the human resources perspective.
Rail transportation serves as the backbone of transport and logistics.
Professor Aziz Purwantoro of the UGM Faculty of Agriculture stated that the horticulture seed industry in Indonesia is growing and flourishing with the release of numerous new varieties of vegetables and fruits to the public. “During my 13 years as an evaluator, more than a hundred seed producers have emerged and released 400 to 500 […].
Digital technology continues to evolve and change the business landscape for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).
The public plays a crucial role in the upcoming 2024 elections.
Indonesia’s abundant natural resources have led to debates regarding their distribution and utilization. The government plays a significant role in determining how natural resources are managed and what development priorities should be pursued.
The threat of hoaxes and provocations ahead of the 2024 elections is becoming a hot topic of discussion.
Co-founder and CEO of Populix, Dr. Timothy Astandu, stated that building a startup is not as easy as flipping a hand. He believes building a startup requires persistence and consistency to survive and thrive.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared that rabies and anthrax are neglected diseases that claim many lives. According to data from the Indonesian Ministry of Health, there were 11 deaths due to rabies, with 95% resulting from dog bites.