Yogyakarta – A hundred of religious experts from various countries plan to conduct research on positive and negative impacts of religion’s awakening on social political life of Southeast Asian people.
Yogyakarta – The potential of Karst area in Indonesia which reaches 140 thousands kilometers square has not been utilized well by stakeholders.
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Prof. Soedomo Oral and Dental Hospital, Faculty of Dentistry UGM in cooperation with Dompet KR charity from Kedaulatan Rakyat newspaper held free medical check-ups for 200 people hit by cold lava flood of Merapi.
YOGYAKARTA- UGM Marching Band (MB) Team once again made a national achievement.
MAGELANG – Merapi’s cold lava flood is still largely threatening, especially along the Kali Putih river in Magelang, Central Java, after the surging flood on Monday (3/1).
YOGYAKARTA – A total of 100 experts from various countries discussed the revival of religion in Southeast Asia in the last 15 years.
The people of Yogyakarta on Tuesday afternoon (4/1/2011) were surprised by the rainbow ring surrounding the sun.
Yogyakarta- UGM historian, Prof. Dr. Suhartono, urged the Central Government not to ignore the historical fact that Yogyakarta was formerly the capital of Indonesia that had a role for the establishment of the Republic of Indonesia at that time.
UGM Rector, Prof. Ir. Sudjarwadi, M.Eng., Ph.D., inaugurated several new officials in UGM Education Development Center (P3) and Laboratory of Integrated Research and Testing (LPPT).
Yogyakarta- To commemorate the move of capital from Jakarta to Yogyakarta on January 4, 1946, the Koesnadi Hardjasoemantri Cultural Center of UGM holds the “Yogya Republic” commemoration.
Head of Cangkringan sub-district, Samsul Bakri, expressed his gratitude for the construction, particularly for Bakalan residents whose homes had been destroyed.
Meanwhile, Udin Kuru with his Pesan untuk Masa Depan piece presented figures of Soekarno, Agus Salim, and Hatta who used camera phones to capture objects in front of them.
Yogyakarta- Cultural observer Emha Ainun Nadjib or popularly called Cak Nun, for the first time delivered a cultural oration at Koesnadi Hardjosoemantri Cultural Center on Wednesday evening (29/12).
YOGYAKARTA- Today, Thursday (30/12), UGM Faculty of Medicine inaugurated 142 new doctors at Grha Sabha Pramana (GSP).
YOGYAKARTA – Koesnadi Hardjasoemantri Cultural Center (PKKH) Universitas Gadjah Mada will hold a a cultural oration presenting Emha Ainun Nadjib and Kyai Kanjeng show on Wednesday (29/12) night.
Yogyakarta – Institute of Research and Community Service (LPPM) of UGM and Mandiri Sharia Bank cooperate in assisting micro, small and medium business players through training, assistance, promotion, market development, and capital funding.
MAGELANG – Merapi Disaster Mitigation Task Force Team (SMBM), UGM Faculty of Engineering, Wednesday evening (22/12), conducted the campaign for disaster risk reduction of the cold lava flood through Waton puppet performances at the Cipto Budaya studio, Tutup Ngisor sub-village, Sumber Village, Dukun Sub District, Magelang.
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Yogyakarta- As many as 173 lecturers and academic staff who have retired or even passed away on Wednesday (22/12) were awarded the Purnakaryawan award by UGM.
Yogyakarta- Activity of Merapi and its impact to the community can inspire people to produce a new research and knowledge.
YOGYAKARTA – Dean of Faculty of Medicine UGM, Prof. dr. Ali Ghufron Mukti, M.Sc., Ph.D., inaugurated 29 new nurses, comprising 3 men and 26 women on Tuesday (21/12) at the Sardjito Hospital Training Center building.
Yogyakarta- In the past 15 years, religious community in South East Asia has experienced drastic changes in religious, political, economic and social life, including the awakening of religious movements along with reform and democratization movements.
Yogyakarta- Faculty of Medicine UGM, Sunday night (19/12) launched Kagama Card for 17 thousands of alumni spread all over Indonesia and abroad.
YOGYAKARTA – Alumni Association of Gadjah Mada University (Kagama) have conveyed seven academic manifestos to the government to overcome the various problems of the nation.
YOGYAKARTA – UGM Faculty of Forestry made changes in order to improve organizational and management efficiency for the sake of improvement of the education system implementation.
YOGYAKARTA – UGM 61st Anniversary Sports Week held at the Indoor Tennis Court, 11 to 18 December 2010, went on lively.
YOGYAKARTA – To implement interfaith understanding, religious leaders are expected to conduct humanitarian activities more intensively together to provide solutions to various problems in society.
YOGYAKARTA – The Government needs to maximize foreign policy diplomacy in global energy market competition to secure national supply and demand, bearing in mind that major countries in the world such as India, China, Japan and Korea, continue to secure their own by obtaining access other than from the Middle East.
YOGYAKARTA- Two figures who became famous for their roles in the handling of Mount Merapi eruptions, namely, Head of National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB), Dr. Syamsul Ma’arif, M.Si., and Head of Center of Volcanology and Mitigation of Geological Disasters (PVMBG), Dr.