UNAIR NEWS – The second day of the work meeting with the Head of Department (Kadep) and Program Coordinator (Kaprodi) Universitas Airlangga, Thursday, January 16, 2020, at Illira Hotel, Banyuwangi, continued with poster presentations by the Heads of departments and the Heads of Programs or their representatives. The presented poster contained the achievements of each department and program of Universitas Airlangga.
From 101 departments and 168 programs in UNAIR, ten departments and ten study programs were chosen for two categories. For the departments, there were Legacy and Global Impact category, while the program category were Legacy and Journal Value .
The posters described several things, including department achievements, impact on society, program achievements, and the number of scientific papers published by the programs.
The five departments with best poster for Legacy category were Department of Pharmacognition, Islamic Economics, Orthopedics, Basic Nursing, and Communication. The five departments with best poster for Global Impact category were Department of State Administration, Dental Health, Personality Psychology, Politics and Clinical Pharmacy.
As for the programs, the five best poster nominees for Legacy category included Ophthalmology Program, Physics Bachelor’s degree program, Media and Communication Master’s program, Radiology Technology Four-year vocational program, and Pediatric Dentistry specialist program. The five best poster nominees for Journal Value category were Islamic Economics Bachelor’s degree program, Periodontics Specialist program, Human Resource Development (PSDM) Master’s degree program, Information System Bachelor’s degree program, and Epidemiology Master’s degree program.
Before the poster presentation was begun, Head of Planning and Development Board (BPP) Universitas Airlangga, Prof. Badri Munir Sukoco, Ph.D presented the overall achievements Universitas Airlangga, including increasing number of internationally accredited programs, the number of Scopus indexed scientific journals, and the student body.
On that occasion, he thanked and gave appreciation to all participants for their hard work. “Thank you, this is from all your hard work, ladies and gentlemen. The challenges ahead are even greater, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get through it, ” explained Prof. Badri. (*)
Author: Binti Q. Masruroh