Dr. Muhammad Zaly Shah Bin Muhammad Hussein telah memenangi tempat
pertama Anugerah Inovasi Pejabat Pendaftar bagi ciptaan Imbas
Arqis. Anugerah yang berlangsung pada 8 November 2013 (Jumaat) di Dewan
Sultan Iskandar (DSI), UTM Johor Bahru telah disampaikan oleh Pendaftar,
Tn Hj Wan Zawawi. Tahniah!
Department of Quantity Surveying, Faculty of Built Environment will be
hosting an International Inbound Mobility Program from Fakultas Sipil
dan Perencanaan (FTSP), Universitas Bung Hatta from 9th November – 12th
November 2013. Some of the activities planned for the event are
Academic Visit to Quantity Surveying Firm, at Pakatan Ukur Bahan, Talk
on Construction Measurement by Assoc. Prof. Sr. Dr. Rosli Abdul Rashid
and Talk on Professional Practice by Sr.Dr. Mohd Saidin Misnan.
2nd Greentech House Competition: Dwell.In & Pakatan Pyro Won Category of:-
1. Best Public Communication and Website
2. Best Sustainable Design
Pakatan Pyro : 2nd Greentech Competition with Syafiq Muhd Sani,
Mohamad Hizami, Jasmadi Syah, Ahmad Azim Ashar, Gurwinder Singh, Angah
Bmi, Amer Amni and Budi Ir.
DUALISMA 2013: 25th Architectural Student Workshop held from the 21st –
25th August 2013 at Dewan Tunku Cancelor (DTC), Universiti Malaya. UTM
won 1st Prize on Category B of Design Ideas Competition (Ahmad Md Isa,
Illi Hanizah Hisham & Dzikri Md Rashid) and 1st prize Multimedia
Competition Fantasy & Reality (Muhammad Akmal Syam Slaman).
UTM struck it big again when three
groups of students from the Faculty of Built Environment’s Bachelor of
Urban and Regional Planning Programme won all the 1st, 1st runner up and 2nd
runner up prizes in the “Habitat Scenario Analysis Competition” that
was held in conjuction with the World Habitat Day 2013. The competition
was organized by the Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local
Government on 6-7 October at KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur. More..
Dr Lai Chee Kien will be delivering a
talk on Researching Southeast Asia. It is on Friday 27th September, 9am
to 10:30am, at convention hall, B12. He is an assistant professor from
Department of Architecture, NUS.
The synopsis of the talk is as follows:
Southeast Asia, as an academic
category, is a rather late one amongst various disciplines including
space, landscape and architectural studies. Because of its relatively
young and undeveloped circumstances since the post-war and Cold War era,
its researchers and students tend to borrow or adapt methods and models
from more established academic disciplines, and chiefly from Western
models. In recent years, however, there is growing scholarship of the
region not only by local but worldwide scholars who have advanced
forthright, progressive and new strategies to structure or guide
research work. In this talk, I try to trace and share some of these
trajectories that we may consider in our own paths to research the
Short Course ELearning Application For New Undergraduate and
Postgraduate 2013/2014-01 at Student ICT Server Center,Level
3,D07,Universiti Teknologi Malaysia,Skudai,Johor.
From 23 September 2013 until 4 October 2013. Click here for schedule information
Faculty of Built Environment’s Professor Amran Hamzah now serves on the
Steering Committee of International Union for Conservation of Nature –
Commission on Environmental, Economic & Social Policy (IUCN-CEESP)
as the Co-Chair of the joint CEESP and World Commission on Protected
Areas (WCPA) Theme on Indigenous Peoples, Local Communities and Equity
in Protected Areas (TILCEPA) for two years from January 2013-December
2014. He was personally appointed to the post by Aroha Te Pareake Mead,
Chair of the IUCN CEESP on June 18. As a member of the Steering
Committees, Professor Amran Hamzah will share the role of Co-Chair with
Dr. Nigel Crawhall of South Africa and Dr. Trisha Kehaulani Watson of
Hawaii, USA. More...