Peluang Kerjaya di CEE UTM

Peluang Kerjaya di CEE UTM

 

UTM CEE mencari individu yang dinamik, inovatif dan berpersonaliti menarik untuk mengisi kekosongan jawatan Pembantu Tadbir (N19).

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UTM Hosts the 7th World Engineering Education Forum 2017 (WEEF 2017)

UTM Hosts the 7th World Engineering Education Forum 2017 (WEEF 2017)

The World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF) 2017 will be hosted by the Society of Engineering Education Malaysia (SEEM), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) and the International Federation on Engineering Education Societies (IFEES), in collaboration with the Malaysian Council of Engineering Deans.

WEEF 2017 is a platform for bringing engineering educators and leaders, industry, governmental organizations and NGOs together to form fruitful and long-term collaboration, as well as to be involved with the larger international engineering education community. With the theme, “The Era of Synergistic Collaboration”, WEEF 2017 aims to inspire international level cooperation among participants and form a lasting community in engineering education with systematic programs and activities.

WEEF 2017 will consists of:

  • Global Students Forum (GSF) which will be held 3 days before WEEF where engineering students from all over the world will gather
  • Global Entrepreneurship Challenge (GEC) organised by the Student Platform for Engineering Education Development (SPEED) which will be held in parallel with WEEF 2017
  • 7th Regional Conference in in Engineering Education & Research in Higher Education Conference (RCEE & RHEd 2017) which will be held in parallel with WEEF 2017
  • 1st Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) Education Conference which will be held in parallel with WEEF 2017
  • 4th Innovative Practices in Higher Education Exposition 2017 (I-PHEX 2017) which will be held in parallel with WEEF 2017 on the third day
  • Presidential Forum for Asian Technical Universities (ATU) Network and universities from IFEES member countries,
  • Higher Education Expo,
  • Workshops, plenary sessions, paper presentations, and academic and industries exhibitions.

Among the workshops that will be offered include managing change, designing effective faculty development programs, conducting educational research in STEM areas, talent pipeline development in STEM, service learning, academic quality assurance and accreditation (includes outcomes-based education), graduate mobility, complex problem solving, design thinking and many more.

The event will be initiated by the Global Students Forum (GSF) that will be held on 11th to 13th November 2017 at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia International Campus, Kuala Lumpur, followed by the WEEF 2017 from 13th to 16th November 2017 at Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur.

For more information on WEEF 2017, please visit www.weef2017.org.

 

Featuring CEE Founder in IRSPBL2021

Featuring CEE Founder in IRSPBL2021

CEE Founder, Prof. Dr. Khairiyah Mohd Yusof will be featuring as one of the distinguished Speakers in the 8th International Research Symposium on Problem Based Learning 2021 (IRSPBL2021).

IRSPBL will take place from 15-17th August 2021 virtually from Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark. The first session for Prof. Khairiyah will take place on Aug 16th (Monday).

On the 17th of August, Professor Khairiyah Yusof (UTM, Malaysia), who is also the President of Society of Engineering Education will deliver a talk titled “Ensuring meaningful quality learning”.

Read more at https://www.seem.my/featuring-seem-president-in-irspbl2021/.

 

Tabung Prihatin Komuniti Covid-19 Bakal Bantu Masyarakat B40 Sekitar UTMKL

Tabung Prihatin Komuniti Covid-19 Bakal Bantu Masyarakat B40 Sekitar UTMKL

KUALA LUMPUR, 5 OGOS — Pejabat Timbalan Naib Canselor (Penyelidikan Dan Inovasi), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) kampus Kuala Lumpur sekali lagi bergerak aktif dalam usaha menyemarakkan semangat kesukarelawanan dalam kalangan masyarakat UTMKL.

Usaha kali ini adalah bagi membantu komuniti sekitar kejiranan UTM KL serta Lembah Klang umumnya, yang terkesan akibat Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan 3.0, Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Diperketatkan, dan Pelan Pemulihan Negara Fasa 1.

Oleh yang demikian, Tabung Prihatin Komuniti Covid-19 diwujudkan khas bagi tujuan ini dengan mensasarkan kepada seluruh warga UTM.

Ia juga turut dipanjangkan kepada semua rakan industri sama ada tempatan mahupun antarabangsa bagi memastikan agar program ini mencapai objektifnya seperti yang ditetapkan.

Namun begitu, apa yang uniknya tentang program ini adalah, ianya dikhususkan untuk membantu penerima sumbangan bagi menyelesaikan bil utiliti yang tertunggak seperti bil penggunaan air, bil tenaga elektrik serta bil penggunaan internet untuk keperluan PDPR anak-anak.

Operasi tabung khas ini dibuka sepanjang dua bulan bermula 5 Ogos 2021 hingga 5 Oktober 2021. Sumbangan kepada penerima akan mula disalurkan secara berperingkat sebaik sahaja tabung ini mula menerima sumbangannya.

Selain itu, pihak Pusat Jaringan Komuniti dan Industri (CCIN) Kuala Lumpur juga bersama-sama melancar serta mengoperasikan kempen ini.

Sumbangan boleh dilakukan sama ada melalui aplikasi UTMSmart ataupun secara pindahan tunai ke akaun berikut:

Bank : RHB Islamic Bank Berhad,

Nombor Akaun : 2510 8500 0073 62,

Nama Akaun : Universiti Teknologi Malaysia,

Rujukan : KOMUNITI PRIHATIN

Sebarang pertanyaan, boleh berhubung terus dengan wakil program iaitu PM Ts. Dr. Sheikh Ahmad Zaki (019-7127678), Ts. Mohd Hazri Ishak (012-7926483), En Hairudin (016-2174971).

COVID-19 PRIHATIN FUND: UTM CALLS FOR AID AND DDVCRI WILL ANSWER

COVID-19 PRIHATIN FUND: UTM CALLS FOR AID AND DDVCRI WILL ANSWER

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Johor Bahru 25 May 2021 – The Deputy Vice -Chancellor’s Department (Research and Innovation) was called to assist all affected parties after the government announced the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) period at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru. A special COVID-19 fund has been set up and this initiative was extended to all industry and international partners to ensure that the basic resources to the affected parties are always given attention. Among the resources and basic materials needed are food items, sanitizers, masks, daily necessities and basic necessities.

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Apart from that, the Community and Industry Networking Center (CCIN) under the Deputy Vice Chancellor’s Department (Research and Innovation) also collected donations from external parties such as industries and individuals to be given to those affected by EMCO. The donations were collected from 24 May 2021 until 26 May 2021 and will be handed over on 27 May 2021. The donations can also be handed over to Mr. Zul (019-7756119), Mr. Mad Yani (012-7512342) and Mr. Wafiq (018-3883964) at the collection center located at the UTM Innovation and Commercialization Center (ICC).

Tabung Prihatin Covid-19: JTNCPI Turut Memainkan Peranan

Tabung Prihatin Covid-19: JTNCPI Turut Memainkan Peranan

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JOHOR BAHRU, 25 Mei — Jabatan Timbalan Naib Canselor (Penyelidikan Dan Inovasi) (JTNCPI), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) terpanggil untuk membantu semua pihak yang terjejas susulan pelaksanaan Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Diperketat (PKPD) di sini sejak 23 Mei hingga 3 Jun 2021.

Untuk membantu pelajar dan staf yang terkesan, sebuah tabung khas COVID-19 telah disediakan dan TNCPI telah mengambil inisiatif dengan memanjangkan kepada semua rakan industri tempatan dan antarabangsa bagi memastikan sumber asas kepada pihak yang terjejas sentiasa diberi perhatian.

Antara sumber dan bahan asas yang sedang diperlukan bahan makanan, sanitizer, mask, keperluan harian dan keperluan asas.

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Selain itu, pihak Pusat Jaringan Komuniti dan Industri (CCIN) dibawah Jabatan Timbalan Naib Canselor (Penyelidikan Dan Inovasi) juga ada mengumpulkan keperluan yang disumbangkan oleh pihak luar seperti industri-industri dan individu-individu untuk diberikan kepada pihak yang terkesan dengan PKPD.

Sumbangan tersebut dikumpulkan bermula dari 24 Mei 2021 hingga 26 Mei 2021 dan akan diserahkan pada 27 Mei 2021.

Sumbangan tersebut juga boleh diserahkan kepada Encik Zul (019-7756119), Encik Mad Yani (012-7512342) dan Encik Wafiq (018-3883964) di pusat pengumpulan yang terletak di Pusat Inovasi dan Pengkomersialan (ICC) UTM.

Peluang Kerjaya di UTM CEE

Peluang Kerjaya di UTM CEE

UTM CEE mencari individu yang dinamik, inovatif dan berpersonaliti menarik untuk mengisi kekosongan jawatan Pembantu Pegawai Penyelidik (Q29).

Calon dikehendaki memenuhi syarat lantikan jawatan seperti yang dinyatakan dalam link yang disertakan di bawah. Tekan link untuk lihat maklumat berkaitan.

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The Big Engineering Education Research Meet Up

The Big Engineering Education Research Meet Up

By: Dr. Zaki Yamani Bin Zakaria, Centre for Engineering Education (CEE)

Engineering education researchers around the world have virtually gathered in a Engineering Education Research (EER) Big Meet Up on the 14th of May 2020. The meeting which was the first of its kind, conducted via Zoom, hosted by University College London (UCL), and co-hosted by Purdue University, Aalborg University, University of Western Australia, Virginia Tech, University College London and our own University Teknologi Malaysia (UTM).

The event was a staggered 3 sessions, uniting more than a total of 350 participants from 6 continents. Each session had two to three keynote presentations from EER experts as well as breakout sessions consisting of networking and specific topics such as Evaluation and Assessment, Reviewing Journal Articles, Culturally Responsive Teaching, etc. Detailed topics of the keynotes can be seen at the end of this article.

In the first session, which started at 7am (Malaysia time), UTM Centre for Engineering Education (CEE) Research Fellow, Dr. Nor Farawahidah Abdul Rahman, gave her keynote presentation titled “Making Sense of Academic Change for Engineering Educators’ Transition Towards Student-Centred Learning”.  Her interesting keynote speech captured the attention of participants and triggered exciting live scholarly discussion after her presentation. Dr. Farawahidah’s presentation can be viewed on CEE Youtube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WouRUjJfw5U&t=3s).

The CEE’s participation as the co-host and Dr. Farawahidah’s keynote has successfully put UTM in the spotlight as one of the main global player in EER, at par with other partner universities co-hosting the event.

The beginning of the first session with participants from around the world

The keynotes for the event are:

Session 1:

Making Sense of Academic Change for Engineering Educators’ Transition Towards Student-Centred Learning.

-Dr Nor Farahwahidah Abdul Rahman, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Student Experience and Social Supports in Online Engineering Courses During COVID-19.

-Dr Kerrie Douglas, Purdue University

Session 2:

Examining Engineering Ethics Education: Towards a Holistic Model of Engineering Education.  

-Diana Adela Martin, TU Dublin

What’s the Problem with Engineering Education?

-Prof James Trevelyan, University of Western Australia

SESSION 3:

To Address’, or ‘Not to Address’ the SDGs in Engineering Education? That’s No Longer the Question!    

-Dr Aida Guerra, Aalborg University

Creative Ways of Knowing Engineering

Dr. Diana Bairaktarova, Virginia Tech

What is ‘Grit’ and How Has it Been Studied in Engineering Education? Findings of a Systematic Literature Review. 

-Dr Inês Direito, University College London

RCEE & RHEd 2020 POSTPONEMENT

RCEE & RHEd 2020 POSTPONEMENT

Dear All,

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic sweeping across the globe and the movement restriction order in Malaysia, several changes have been made to the 8th Regional Conference in Engineering Education (RCEE) and Research in Higher Education (RHEd) 2020. The conference has now been moved to the end of September and will also be held via virtual platform.

Unfortunately, the changes in the conference dates and delivery and concerns for participant safety also means that the 6th International Innovative Practices in Higher Education Expo (I-PHEX 2020) has been cancelled until further notice. We would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused for this cancellation. Participants are encouraged to continue keeping up to date with any changes to the conference through this website.

The following are the new important dates for paper submission to RCEE and RHEd:


Deadline for full paper submission: 17 May 2020
Notification of paper acceptance: 15 August 2020
Deadline for Early Bird Conference Registration: 25 August 2020
Deadline for camera-ready paper submission: 30 August 2020
RCEE Conference: 29-30 September 2020
Please note that the maximum number of pages for the full length paper is 6 pages.

Please stay safe and well.

Regards,

Dr. Nurzal Effiyana binti Ghazali

Secretary

RCEE & RHEd 2020

nurzal@utm.my

REGISTER NOW! Rigorous Research in STEM and Engineering Education Workshop Series 2019

REGISTER NOW! Rigorous Research in STEM and Engineering Education Workshop Series 2019

Are you implementing innovations in engineering or STEM education at the college or university level?  Are you looking for ways to assess the impact of your implementation?  Then, this series of workshop is for you!

The era of IR4.0 requires innovations in engineering and STEM education. In higher education, assessing the impact and the effectiveness of these innovations are problematic because although engineering and STEM educators are experts in the knowledge, many are not well-versed in educational research. This workshop is designed as a gateway for practitioners and educators in engineering and STEM education at tertiary level to embark on the journey towards conducting meaningful, scholarly and rigorous research in engineering and generally STEM education.

To help engineering and STEM educators learn and apply rigorous educational research, the following series of four workshops will be held:

Part 1: Introduction to engineering and STEM education research  

Part 2: Preparing research proposals in engineering and STEM education

Part 3: Data analysis in engineering and STEM education research

Part 4: Publication in engineering and STEM education

               

A special symposium will be organized for the participants of the workshop to present their work and receive constructing feedback from the community of practice in engineering education.

Part 1: Introduction to engineering education research

In the first part of the workshop series, the participants will be exposed to various areas and examples of research in engineering education. Using  a constructivist approach, the participants will be guided to formulate their research problem, prepare research problem background and define their individual research aims. At the end of this workshop, the participants will be able to find relevant previous research that can guide them in determining the individual potential research area that they want to contribute in.

Date: 14-16 February 2019

Venue: Dewan Teknovasi, Ground Floor, Innovation and Commercialisation Centre, Industry Centre Building, KM20, Jalan Pontian Lama Skudai, 81300 Johor Bahru, Johor

Part 2: Preparing research proposal in engineering education

This second workshop aims to guide the participants in preparing their individual research proposal in engineering education as a continuation from the research problem identified in the previous workshop. The participants will be introduced to research paradigms, methodology, various research methods and some data analysis techniques. Participants are encouraged to conduct the research after the proposal is presented at the end of this workshop.

Part 3: Data analysis in engineering education research

In this workshop, participants will be guided to analyse the data that they have collected after the second workshop. Both quantitative and qualitative data analysis techniques will be introduced with hands-on activities to further grasp the techniques. The participants will be asked to analyse their own data during the workshop so they can acquire help from the trainers and facilitators.

Part 4: Publication in engineering education

The final part of the workshop series is designed for the participants to document their research that they developed from Part 1 of the workshop series. The participants will be introduced to various journals and conferences that can become the potential avenues for them to publish their work. They will be guided to prepare their own publication based on a general flow of article writing for engineering education research. They will be exposed to the editorial processes of some high impact journals in engineering education to enable them to review their article and other articles in engineering and STEM education.