Appointed as Professor, Prof. Poppy: Not Just Academic Achievements

Yogyakarta, February 23rd 2023─Prof. Dr. Poppy Sulistyaning Winanti was officially inaugurated as a Professor of International Relations on Thursday (23/02) at the Senate Hall, Universitas Gadjah Mada. This inauguration marked Poppy as the first female professor in the field of international relations at UGM. During her time as an academic, Poppy consistently pursued international political economy studies, including the politics of international cooperation, regional economic integration, and issues surrounding the reform of the World Trade Organization (WTO). In her inauguration speech, Poppy conveyed an idea entitled “Reconsidering ‘Embedded Liberalism’ for WTO Reform: Plurilateralism in International Trade Multilateralism”. read more

CfDS Fisipol UGM Collaborated withGoogle for Education to Analyze the Future of Hybrid Education

Yogyakarta, February 22nd 2023─Center for Digital Society (CfDS) of the Faculty of Social and Political Science Universitas Gadjah Mada (Fisipol UGM) is back with Digital Experts Talk #18 with the title “The Future of Hybrid Education in Post-Pandemic Indonesia”. The event, which was held in a hybrid manner in Google Indonesia’s office on Wednesday (22/2) was a collaboration between CfDS and Google for Education. There were four speakers in the show; I Nyoman Rudi Kurniawan the Director of Junior High School, Director General of Early Childhood Education, Ministry of Education and Culture; Bonifasius Wahyu Pudjianto, the Director of Informatics Empowerment Directorate General Aptika Kominfo; Topari, Informatics and Communication Technology Teacher at SMA 1 Playen; and Kuskridho Ambardi, CfDS Researcher. read more

Dissemination of Study Results, UP3M Opens Discussion on National Agrarian Issues

Yogyakarta, February 17th 2023─To promote the dissemination of study results by the academic community of FISIPOL UGM, the Research, Publication, and Community Service Unit (UP3M) holds monthly discussions. On Friday (17/02), dozens of students from both inside and outside of UGM enlivened the discussion at West Tuesday, FISIPOL. The discussion was moderated by Tapiheru Joash Elisha S. and attended by the Dean of Fisipol, Wawan Mas’udi, Ph.D. This discussion series focuses on Muchtar Habibi’s study findings in the book Capitalism and Agrarian Change: Class, Production, and Reproduction. This book is the result of Muchtar’s dissertation while studying at the University of London. read more

Fisipol UGM Talked About Opportunities and Challenges to Welcome Indonesia’s 2023 ASEAN Chairmanship

Yogyakarta, February 14th 2023─The ASEAN Studies Center (ASC) of Gadjah Mada University’s Faculty of Social and Political Science held a public seminar titled “Indonesia’s Agenda in the 2023 ASEAN Chairmanship: Challenges and Opportunities” on Tuesday (14/2). The event was held online and divided into two discussion panels. The first session raised the topic of “Geopolitical Challenges and Democracy in the ASEAN Region” and was filled by Sidharto Suryodipuro, Director General for ASEAN Cooperation in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as Amalinda Savirani, a lecturer in Fisipol UGM. read more

Launching of Dental and Oral Health Services (GILUT) Wellness Center Fisipol UGM

Yogyakarta, February 14th 2023─Coinciding with three years of its inauguration, the Wellness Center of FISIPOL UGM in collaboration with the Faculty of Dentistry (FKG) UGM and the Academic Hospital (RSA) of UGM, held a health talk show for the UGM Fisipol academic community in the framework of the Launching of Dental and Oral Health Services (GILUT) on Tuesday morning (14/1), at the Posbindu Building of FISIPOL UGM.

The series of activities were opened with a dental and oral health check by the UGM FKG medical team, as well as a free basic health check by the UGM RSA medical team. Then, there were two talk show sessions, namely the theme “Dental Health and Work Productivity” hosted by drg. Suryono as the Dean of FKG UGM and the theme “Mental Health and Work Productivity” presented by dr. Tika Prasetiawati as a Mental Health Specialist at RSA UGM. read more

Socialization of Research Grants, Publications, and Community Service of FISIPOL UGM in 2023

Yogyakarta, January 31st 2023─The Research, Publication and Community Service Unit (UP3M) of Gadjah Mada University has held an online socialization of “2023 UGM FISIPOL Research, Publication, and Community Service Grants” via Zoom Meeting (31/1). This activity was attended by UP3M representatives, Wahyu Kustiningsih, FISIPOL UGM lecturers, and undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral students of FISIPOL UGM. This socialization was carried out to provide an overview regarding the 2023 FISIPOL research grant.  read more

To Respond to the Importance of Accessible Data, POLDEV Created The UniTrend Website

Yogyakarta, January 30th 2023─The Institute for Policy Development (POLDEV) of the Faculty of Social and Political Science Gadjah Mada University (Fisipol UGM) created a website dashboard or the UniTrend platform which was launched on Tuesday (30/1). In the launching event, there was also a discussion titled “The Turbulence Towards Development in the Political Year” which was filled with many speakers such as Ignatius Ardhana Reswara, Project Manager UniTrend; Media Wahyudi Askar, Direktur POLDEV; Wahyudi Kumorotomo, as the Head of the MKP Public Policy DepartmentFadli Ramdhanil, the Program Manager of Perludem; Mirah Midadan Fahmid, INDEF Economist; and was moderated by Jefri Andika Pakpahan, Researcher of POLDEV. read more

Prof. Dr. Muhadjir Muhammad Darwin Talked about the Importance of Gender Justice in a Retirement Seminar

Yogyakarta, January 26th 2023─With the end of duty of Prof. Dr. Muhadjir Muhammad Darwin, Department of Public Policy Management (DMKP) of Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Gadjah Mada University (FISIPOL UGM) held a Retirement Seminar on Thursday (26/1) at the Auditorium Mandiri of FISIPOL UGM as well as online on Zoom. The seminar with the theme Contemporary Gender Issues: Challenges and Policy Responses also aims to appreciate Prof. Muhadjir for his contribution so far, both in the form of scientific development and dedication to the field of gender studies and public policy. read more

Responding to the Human vs Machines Issue, CfDS Discusses the Existence of Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence

Yogyakarta, January 24th 2022─Issues related to Artificial Intelligence (AI) are increasingly prevalent in society. These various artificial intelligences are now being used because they are considered more effective and practical, and allow anyone to produce work easily. In response to this discourse, the Center for Digital Society (CfDS) of FISIPOL UGM held Difussion #83 discussion series entitled “Legality in the Digital Era: The Revealance of IP on Regulating AI-Generated Arts” on Tuesday (24/1). read more

Dr. Paul K. Gellert: Increasing Biofuel Production Still Requires More Collaboration From a Recovery of Resource Perspective

Yogyakarta, January 5th 2023─Responding to the issue of global warming caused by carbon emissions, the government is innovating to increase the use of biofuels in society. The process of extracting resources, processing, and utilizing biofuel certainly involves many parties, including political actors. This is the background for the workshop which was held as part of the “Fisipol UGM X University of Tennessee Lecture Series” on Wednesday (4/1).

The workshop with the theme “Politics of Biofuels” discussed political issues in the use of biofuels as a result analysis of Dr. Paul K. Gellert from the University of Tennessee, United States. “The biofuel policy aims to reduce carbon emissions by 2030, but we cannot deny that biofuel production also causes deforestation. That is why the government has made production rights allocations for several parties,” said Paul. He also explained that the costly production of biofuels certainly takes a large portion of state subsidies. Unfortunately, this subsidy is what the majority of corporations want, so they are competing for the allocation of biofuel production rights. read more