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Staff Oscars 2019

A great end to the Student Association Annual Ball of 18/19 was highlighted by the Staff Oscars 2019 where our staff was shown appreciation through various awards ranging from the Lifetime Achievement Award to the Best Student Support Staff.  The annual University Staff Oscars are an opportunity for University staff who have inspired and continue …

The undervalued realm

“The Muda River used to be crystal clear, and many beautiful stones could be seen.” A boatman of the Muda River, Pak Din reminisced during a sharing session with journalists who had an advocacy visit to the Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, “Yet, frequent logging activities have sedimented and shallowed the riverbed, and turned the domestic …

Assistant professor bags Teaching and Learning Fund

Assistant Professor Sharon Romeo from the Foundation in Science Department was awarded the University of Nottingham’s Teaching and Learning Fund. The win entitled Romeo to an all-expense-paid trip to the UK for a Teaching and Learning Conference, which took place on 3 May 2019 in the University Park Campus. Romeo and her colleagues – Dr …

Libraries of the future

For decades, the library has been an integral part of learning institutions. Over the years, and with the rapid growth of digitalisation, libraries have evolved to meets the needs of students and lecturers. But what makes a good library and does it still maintain its primary function as a resource centre? Library Services Manager at …

International Women’s Day

As part of a number of different events taking place throughout the global campuses of the University of Nottingham to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March, senior leaders with responsibility for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) at the UK, Malaysia and Ningbo have worked together to support a digital project to celebrate inspirational women …

Startup Weekend Challenge 2019

The recent Startup Weekend Challange 2019 was held last month for a period of 3 days. The aim of the event was to provide people with as much knowledge and exposure so that at the end of the workshop, participants could discover the next steps they needed to take on their road to success with …

Autumn Exchange to Ningbo China

Current year 2 student Charmaine Phong from the School of Economics responds to a few questions and shares her semester exchange at the University of Nottingham China. When did you go for your exchange?  Why the particular option, amongst others? I exchanged to the Ningbo campus in 2018 during the Autumn semester. I decided to do an …

A year-long exchange at Canada

Current year 3 student Nur Zulaikha Binti Azmi from the School of Economics responds to a few questions and shares her year-long exchange at the University of Concordia, Canada When did you go for your exchange? How did you decide to go for an exchange? I went for my exchange for the 2017/18 academic year. …

Vice-Chancellor’s Medal and the Jan Atkin Prize 2018

The Vice-Chancellor’s Medal and the Jan Atkins prize awards ceremony was held at the University of Nottingham Malaysia on Friday, November 22. Pr Graham Kendall presented both awards to the winners. The Vice-Chancellor Medal is awarded for exceptional achievement by the current staff or students of the University of Nottingham. Winners of the award would …

Best poster award at the Monash Science Symposium

The Monash Science Symposium (MSS) 2018 was held from  21 to 23 of November 2018 at Monash University Malaysia, Subang Jaya. This annual symposium, organised by postgraduates from the School of Science, connects researchers, academicians and industrialists from around the world and hence, one of the most highly anticipated events among the scientific community in Malaysia. The programme also provides a …