Events Calendar

23 May 2021 - 13 July 2021
  • In The Media
    11 June 2021 08:00am - 11 June 2021 05:00pm
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    Unit Kebudayaan dan Kesenian (UKK) serta Badan Budaya UNIMAS (BAYU) mengucapkan SELAMAT HARI GAWAI DAYAK, "Gayu Guru Gerai Nyamai" kepada semua warga BAYU yang meraikannya.

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  • In The Media
    28 May 2021 08:00am - 28 May 2021 05:00pm
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    26 MAY 2021 – Despite the challenges of online learning during this pandemic, three final year students from the Design Technology Program, Faculty of Applied and Creative Arts, emerged as the 2nd Runner up for UNS Digital Innovation Challenge 2021. The competition was organised by UNS Fintech Center, Universitias Sebelas Maret, Indonesia.

    Known as The Chingus, Yap Wei Xin, Joelle Majanil, and Michelle Mitra George came out with the idea for the food donation apps for their class project. Share Trail is a food donation mobile application created to encourage food donation behaviour among Malaysians and aims to solve the food waste issue in the country. This app is also in line with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) number 2, Zero Hunger.

    The students submitted their recorded pitch on 20 April 2021, before getting the exciting news that they have been selected to enter the final – which involved a live online pitch – on 22 May 2021. The three then attended the Virtual Award Ceremony on 25 May 2021, where they were announced as the 2nd Runner up out of 14 other finalists. This is a wonderful achievement, especially as The Chingus was the only representative from ...





  • In The Media
    26 May 2021 08:00am - 26 May 2021 05:00pm
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    Virtual platform has made it possible for international collaborations to persist during this era. On 24 May 2021, UNIMAS and Zhejiang Yuexiu University pledged collaboration in mutual areas of interest and strategic partnership for the benefit of both parties via a virtual MoU.

    The MoU was signed by the Vice Chancellor of Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Professor Datuk Dr Mohamad Kadim Suaidi, and the President of Zhejiang Yuexiu University, Professor Dr Xu Zhenhua. The signing was witnessed by Professor Dr Ahmad Hata Rasit, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic & International) of UNIMAS, Assoc Prof Dr Shanti Faridah Salleh, Director of UNIMAS Global, Professor Dr Wei Xiaolin, Dr. Professor, Vice President of Zhejiang Yuexiu University, Associate Professor Wang Jing, Director of International Cooperation and Communication Department of Zhejiang Yuexiu and few other honorable guests of both universities.

    Among the possible collaborations that are on the table are exchange programmes for students and lecturers, joint research, teaching and support for continuing education, and co-operation in international seminars and conferences.

    Collaboration between UNIMAS and international parties has been ongoing for many years, through both formal and informal arrangements. This is to ensure that UNIMAS stays in touch with its counterparts around the ...





  • In The Media
    26 May 2021 08:00am - 26 May 2021 05:00pm
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    Today, Malaysia was flooded with the AstraZeneca vaccine registration tsunami, starting from 12:15 in the afternoon. From expanding their computing power by using multiple browsers, abusing the F5 keypad to ‘refresh’ the application windows over and over, to taking the cunning measure of betting their chances by using languages they are not familiar with, Malaysians are determined to book a slot. Some even went into the battlefield with six terminals for that purpose.

    Amidst the frustration of our humanity being constantly questioned and reevaluated by the now infamous authenticator ‘robot’, some of our students in UNIMAS managed to book their slots.

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    “Since I am in the college right now, I am using the wi-fi connection provided by UNIMAS.”

    Mohamad Fizani Chua Abdullah, a UNIMAS student, explained to AWANI Borneo when interviewed on his successful AstraZeneca registration. Mohamad Fizani had also successfully registered for his family members, taking full advantage of the internet access in the campus.

    Muhammad Nazrul Zawawi Mohamad said that getting the vaccine will boost the morale and confidence of eligible teenagers and young adults to face the COVID-19 infested world. He emphasised that the age group of 18 and above are typically ...





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