Childhood Memories Motivates Prigi Arisandi to be Environmental Activist

Childhood Memories Motivates Prigi Arisandi to be Environmental Activist
Prigi Arisandi while giving motivation to prospective students at Airlangga Convention Center. (Photo: Feri Fenoria)

Prigi Arisandi increasingly known to wider audience with his services as an enviromental activist in stoping industry polution in Surabaya river which provides water consumed by around 3 million people. Furthermore, Prigi was awarded with Goldman Environmental Prize from San Francisco foundation.

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Fahmi and Mega’s Story at DLH Surabaya Internship

Fahmi and Mega’s Story at DLH Surabaya Internship
SURVEY, Ahmad Fahmi Ramadlan (with DSLR camera) and Mega Soekarno Sumarlan photographed plant vegetation for identification at Taman Surabaya. (Photo: Special)

Many things can be done to fill the holidays including going to an agency or company to study there. Internship, for example. That is what Ahmad Fahmi Ramadlan and Mega Soekarno Sumarlan, Environmental Engineering students, Faculty of Science and Technology, Universitas Airlangga have done.

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Holding International Conference, UNAIR Invites Environment Experts

Holding International Conference, UNAIR Invites Environment Experts
THE ATMOSPHERE of the international conference. (Photo: Hilmi)

International activities in education continuously encouraged by Universitas Airlangga. One of them is through International Conference Research Collaboration Seminar of The University of Kitakyushu in Indonesia on Monday, March 12. The international conference in collaboration with Kitakyushu University, Japan, was focused on accommodating the ideas on "Improvement of City Environmental Quality " .

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ITL Students Study Waste Management in Japan

ITL Students Study Waste Management in Japan
(From the left) Airlangga Simorangkir, Alif Firmansyah Maidi, Mohamad Naufal Rasyidi, Lusya Sevyana Octavia, Nisrina Kusuma Sari, Zahra Alandia Zalika, and Habil Maqdum Faruqi while in Japan. (Private Doc)

ITL students left for Japan in early November in an exchange program for a solid waste research team led by Nita Citrasari, S.Si., MT, lecturer of FST UNAIR.

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