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UNM CEO & Provost speaks at webinar about higher education post COVID-19

UNM CEO & Provost speaks at webinar about higher education post COVID-19
Description
Professor Graham Kendall, CEO and Provost of the University of Nottingham Malaysia, has been invited as a speaker to discuss The Changing Face of Higher Education Post COVID-19 in an event organised by the British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (BMCC). The event was held from 4 to 5.30pm on 2 July.
Date:
2 Jul 2020

Celebrating our women of the future

Celebrating our women of the future
Description
UNM researcher Dr Siu Yee New has received a special commendation as one of the most successful young women in SE Asia at the Women of the Future Awards South East Asia, in their virtual ceremony held on 25th June 2020.
Date:
1 Jul 2020

PhD student proves age and challenges are no barrier to learning

PhD student proves age and challenges are no barrier to learning
Description
It had always been Devika Aldis' dream to pursue a PhD but she dismissed the idea because of her age and her busy schedule as principal of an international school in Negombo, Sri Lanka.
Date:
26 Jun 2020

Discussions by UoNARI on Pertinent COVID-19 Matters

Discussions by UoNARI on Pertinent COVID-19 Matters
Description
University of Nottingham Malaysia Asia Research Institute-Malaysia organised a series of discussions called the COVID-19 Conversations.
Date:
26 Jun 2020

UNM students develop podcast to discuss COVID-19 issues

UNM students develop podcast to discuss COVID-19 issues
Description
Going Viral is a podcast series that was developed by Adesh Chopra, Maryam Ahmad Zambri, Rebekah Cheng and Zoe Liow, students from the School of Media, Language and Culture at the University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM).
Date:
25 Jun 2020

UNM Professor shares his views on the reopening of schools

UNM Professor shares his views on the reopening of schools
Description
Professor Dr Ganakumaran Subramanian, Head of the School of Education at University of Nottingham Malaysia recently appeared on Astro Awani's Consider This programme to discuss the staggered reopening of Malaysian public schools in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Date:
16 Jun 2020

Nottingham Professor's Poem Published in The Star

Nottingham Professor's Poem Published in The Star
Description
Professor Malachi Edwin Vethamani, Head of the School of English at the University of Nottingham Malaysia, recently composed a poem entitled Reading Tennyson on Pandemic Days.
Date:
15 Jun 2020

Nottingham Lecturer to Discuss Literature and More on Facebook Live Event

Nottingham Lecturer to Discuss Literature and More on Facebook Live Event
Description
Sheena Baharudin, Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham Malaysia's School of English (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences), will be one of the speakers at the 'Let's Talk About Literature' Facebook LIVE event this Saturday, 13 June 2020 from 8pm to 10pm.
Date:
12 Jun 2020

Nottingham University Business School champions Global Compact Network's #mySPACE4Change sustainability initiative

Nottingham University Business School champions Global Compact Network's #mySPACE4Change sustainability initiative
Description
Nottingham University Business School (NUBS) Malaysia is proud to be a champion of the #mySPACE4Change initiative aimed at accelerating sustainable solutions launched on 9 June 2020 by Global Compact Network Malaysia (GCMY) at the Malaysian Houses of Parliament.
Date:
9 Jun 2020

Ensuring the peaceful coexistence of humans and elephants

Ensuring the peaceful coexistence of humans and elephants
Description
As today is World Environment Day, the University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM) would like to pay tribute to the conservation of wild elephants, a significant research conducted by the University of Nottingham Malaysia.
Date:
5 Jun 2020
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