Post date: 05/02/2015 - 07:37
YSU Fashion Show ‘Diverchilagho’

Juniors of YSU Fashion Department held a fashion show entitled “Diverchilago’ which stands for Diversity of Archipelago. Pramanda, the chief of the committee, explained that the theme tries to bring up the rich and diverse natural resources in Indonesia. “We care about our rich natural resources and we want protect, preserve, and promote them in the form of party outfits,” she said.
The show exhibited 100 fashion items designed by students enrolled in Fashion Management and Couture... Read More ...

Post date: 04/02/2015 - 13:41

Guarding the frontier of two countries is about protecting not only the territory which is marked by border markers or longitudinal and latitudinal coordinates, but also the human resources there. The fact that many Indonesian citizens who live in the border of Indonesia and Malaysia gain much more comfort living in Malaysia is such an irony. This irony worsens when they are even not able to sing Indonesian National Anthem due to the lack of knowledge and access for information, not to... Read More ...

Post date: 04/02/2015 - 11:15

The Faculty of Languages and arts proves itself to be the best place for students to explore their artistic and linguistic potentials. At the beginning of 2015, the faculty has provided juniors of French Language Education Department to perform their theatrical shows at the auditorium of Institut Français d'Indonésie, Yogyakarta. The room was packed with people who hold synopses of the stories performed in French. The parade of theatrical performances started at 7.30. pm and included Au... Read More ...

Post date: 03/02/2015 - 13:31

In Baluran National Park, the coastal area is mostly dominated by mangrove forest. It is a natural habitat for mudskipper (the Gobidae family) which is able to resemble colours of water around it and sink into substrate. The interesting , five students of Biology Study Program of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences recently conducted a study on the mudskippers habitat in mangrove ecosystem along the coastal area of Baluran National Park, East Java. They are Fauzan R. P., Hefi M.... Read More ...

Post date: 02/02/2015 - 15:22
Universiti Malaysia Pahang Visits YSU Student Cooperative

As one of the big five countries with the highest population in the world, Indonesia places cooperative as a foundation for its national economy, which reflects the idea of people’s economy. This concept of people economy is also applied in the student activity unit in the form of Student Cooperative, which is also established in YSU.

Considering the opportunity to learn from each other about student cooperative, Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) sent 18 students in a program to learn... Read More ...

Post date: 02/02/2015 - 13:15
Diurnal Bird Observation Along Bekol Savana and Bama Beach

Five Biology Education Department students of YSU observed bird diversity and relative species abundance along Bekol savana and Bama beach in Baluran National Park (18/12/14). They are Jalu Prianggodo, Nurrohman Eko P. Ariani Anugrah P. , Eky Rakhmawati, and Dian Larasati.

“The diurnal bird observation was held from 10 to 12 a.m. and 1 to 5 p.m. which covered ± 3 Kilometers in length. We employed encounter rates method by exploring and counting any birds we saw. Then, we tabulated the... Read More ...

Post date: 02/02/2015 - 08:53

“YSU commits to be a World Class Education University. Therefore, it provides opportunities for its students and teachers to attend various events abroad to develop their potentials. It is open for every me in YSU” said Prof. Dr Rochmat Wahab, M.Pd., M.A., in the opening of 2014 Dissemination of Benchmarking Results and Participation in International Events Abroad on Thursday (1/29/2015) in YSU Main Hall.

The event held by Office of International Affairs and Partnership of YSU... Read More ...

Post date: 30/01/2015 - 15:35
Biology Department Students Observe Monsoon Forest Ecosystem Characteristics

The monsoon forest ecosystem is a blend of dry and wet forest ecosystems. It can be found in many areas in Indonesia. One of them is West Bali National Park (WBNP). The national park covers an area of 600 hectares with diverse flora and fauna.
It appeals to five students of Biology Education Study Program to hold an observation to the monsoon forest in this national park. They are Rusmiasih, Fatimah Umi U., Nila Puspita Sari, Dhita Dewinta P, and Misbachun Aji S.
“It is easy to... Read More ...

Post date: 30/01/2015 - 14:04
YSU Students Present Their Paper in IPCSM Malaysia

Three students of the Faculty of Mathematics dan Natural Sciences recently attended the 2nd International Postgraduate Conference on Science and Mathematics (IPCSM) as International panelists in Universiti Sultan Idris, Malaysia. They are Rita Suryani (2012 Mathematics Education Study Program), Mariana Ramelan (2013 International Undergraduate Course of Mathematics Education Study Program), and Nurul Hidayah (2011 Biology Education Study Program), who presented a paper entitled “Fermathwan (... Read More ...

Post date: 28/01/2015 - 15:15

West Bali National Park (WBNP) is one of conservation areas which has a unique ecosystem in Bali, i.e. a blend of land and marine ecosystems. The former consists of monsoon forest, lowland rain forest, savannah and coastal forest. However, information and studies of monsoon forest in the National Park remains limited.

It interests four senior students of Biology Study Program to conduct an observational study of vegetation in the shade of monsoon forest ecosystem. They are Listya... Read More ...