UNAIR REctor Reacts to Terror attacks
UNAIR Rector Prof. Nasih together with other officials and deans hold a meeting responded to the bombing incidents in Surabaya. (Photo: Nuri Hermawan)
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UNAIR NEWS – Bombing incidents that occurred in Surabaya on Sunday, May 13 and Monday, May 14 seized much attention, from the central government, the police, educational institutions, and even the world community. Universitas Airlangga also responded quickly to the incident as some issues spread in the media involving the institution. Starting from one of the terrorists who had studied at UNAIR to the victim who is also a student of UNAIR.

In response, UNAIR Rector Prof. Moh Nasih instructed all the leaders and deans in UNAIR, to be vigilant with various activities of all academicians, lecturers, staffs, and students.

” I hope everyone remain vigilant and continue to monitor the activities of the academicians in their respective work units,” said Prof. Nasih.

In addition, responding to public suspicion on student activities leading to the action of radicalism, Prof. Nasih emphasized that UNAIR has been continuously monitoring these activities. To reinforce security, he reminded the top leadership to be serious in overseeing various student activities.

“If necessary we should all know the curriculum and student activities’ plans,” he explained. “It is none other so that all can be controlled properly,” he added.

To further maintain a campus climate that is always conducive. Prof. Nasih invited all leaders to continue to provide positive guidance to all students and staffs  in their respective working environment.

“We also need to guide them, so the campus we love remain conducive,” he explained.

Furthermore, regarding the religious activities, Prof. Nasih appealed to Muslim students in particular, to use Ulul Azmi Mosque in Campus C and Nuruzzaman Mosque in Campus B, as the center of various activities.

“So make the mosques we have as centers for religious activities for Muslim students. Do not hold any separately, “he said. (*)

Author: Nuri Hermawan

Editor: Binti Q. Masruroh

 

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