In poverty alleviation, the first thing to change is the mindset. The growth mindset-based development program is intended for training of trainers while for students there is a growth mindset development program. In accordance with the main task of UNY, the acceleration of human resource development through education, acceleration of research innovation through research and acceleration of community development through community service are developed. This was said by the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs and Cooperation of UNY, Prof.
Karang Taruna (Youth Organization) of The Special Region of Yogyakarta signed a memorandum of understanding with UNY on Wednesday (5/4) in the Main Conference Room of the Rectorate. The Chairperson of Karang Taruna of The Special Region of Yogyakarta GKR Hayu and UNY Rector Prof. Sumaryanto did the signing.
The Faculty of Education and Psychological Sciences, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (UNY), in collaboration with the Directorate of General Transfer, Directorate General of Fiscal Balance, Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia (DTU DJPK Kemenkeu RI), held Training on Management and Utilization of Village Potential (Village Heads Enter Campus) in 2023, Wednesday, (15/03), in the 3rd Floor Hall Room of the Integrated Laboratory of FIPP UNY and the 3rd Floor Hall Room of Muh. Amin SPS Building FIPP UNY.
FOMUNY Goes to School (FGTS) is one of the work programs of the PR & Media division to provide socialization related to KIP Lecture to 12th grade high school / vocational high school students. This activity was carried out considering the lack of information about KIP Lecture for 12th grade students. This activity also aims to make 12th grade students get information about the world of college. FOMUNY Goes to School 2023 has reached 2 schools as the target of the activity, namely SMA Negeri 1 Semin and SMA Negeri 1 Playen, Gunung Kidul.
Dharma Wanita Persatuan (DWP) UNY on Saturday, February 11, organized an activity "Study of Entrepreneurial Development Based on Jepara Local Culture for the management of Dharma Wanita Persatuan Yogyakarta State University". This activity was attended by all members of DWP UNY and led by the Chairman of DWP UNY, Sulastri Sumaryanto. The DWP UNY activity which this time collaborated with the Academic and Student Affairs section of UNY departed from Yogyakarta at 05.00 WIB with a group of around 40 people.
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta held a monitoring and evaluation for the receivers of higher education affirmation scholarships (ADik) for the 2016-2021 generation in the Main Conference Room of the Rectorate, Friday (3/2). This activity was attended by more than 90 students who received affirmation scholarships spread across 44 study programs at UNY. Vice Rector for Academic and Student Affairs of UNY Prof. Siswantoyo said that a number of strategic steps were taken for the scholarship recipients, including helping them to become excellent students.
“The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the highest forum to assess the evaluation and determine the direction of policies conducted by the cooperative management each year, therefore RAT KPRI Mapan Sejahtera 2022 is held as a form of accountability of the management and supervisory board of the cooperative-to-cooperative members as the highest power in the cooperative.
Globalization, which encourages scientific advances and technological developments, especially information technology, has fostered an entrepreneur spirit and it is very important to grow in someone’s soul. Especially if the entrepreneur spirit is raised from an early age. Entrepreneurship has a very important role. With entrepreneurship being able to find new innovations and new ideas in managing the available natural resources, entrepreneurship is the process of developing and applying creativity and innovation in solving problems and being able to see opportunities to create a business.
The LPMPP Career and Certification Center of Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta held the UNY Career Expo at the UNY Auditorium on Wednesday-Thursday (28-29/9). A total of 30 companies open job vacancies for various levels of education, from high school to undergraduate. According to the Head of Certification and Career Center, Dr. Minta Harsana, this activity aims to bridge the world of business and industry as users of labor with the world of education as labor producers.