The University of Baiturrahmah Padang conducted a Comparative Study to the Faculty of Health Sciences (Fikes) of Universitas ‘Aisyiyah  Yogyakarta to maintain their friendship also discussed the lecture program on Wednesday (Jan/13).

The visit was welcomed directly by the Dean of Fikes Unisa Yogyakarta, M. Ali Imron, M. Fis, and their respective Heads of the Health Sciences Study Program, Unisa Yogyakarta. This meeting was held on the 2nd floor of the Siti Moendjijah building, Unisa Yogyakarta.

M. Ali Imron, M. Fis thanked the University of Baiturrahman Padang for their presence. About 30 years ago, Unisa Yogyakarta had handled Health education. Fikes Unisa Yogyakarta currently has 4800 students for 11 study programs. Unisa Yogyakarta is pioneering a master’s program in physiotherapy and a master’s degree in nursing. And the hope is that in 2025 Unisa Yogyakarta will own a Midwifery Doctoral Program.

“Unisa Yogyakarta has an interesting experience in the field of education and achievement. It has the attraction to make it one of the universities of choice to visit. There is so much we want to learn from Unisa Yogyakarta in the field of the applicable education system,” closed Drs. Darman, M.Si.Akt., as Vice-Chancellor 2nd of the university of Baiturrahmah Padang.

This comparative study was attended by the parties exuberantly thoroughly during the meeting.

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Starting from the need to actualize good governance, Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta was committed to forming a team of internal financial auditors. Therefore, the training of financial auditors and auditees was held for two days, on January 13–14, 2022. Invited Dr. Alia Ariesanti, S.E., M.Si, Akt., Ulinnuha Yudiansa Putra, S.E., M.Acc, Akt., CA, and Rizqa Awalia Rahman, S.E., M.Acc., CPA., from University of Ahmad Dahlan (UAD) as speakers.

The team of internal financial auditors was one of the vital organs in the implementation of governance. This team was formed to provide adequate confidence to realize the goals of UNISA Yogyakarta through a series of effective and efficient activities, establishing reliable financial reporting, asset security, and compliance with laws and regulations.

Warsiti, S.Kp., M.Kep., Sp.Mat., Rector of UNISA Yogyakarta, in her speech, explained so far that internal quality audits have been carried out regularly. Thus, training for auditors and auditees is considered necessary.

“This training aims at supporting the achievement of good university governance. I hope that we will have the ability to manage finances effectively,” explained Warsiti.

Followed by 40 participants consisting of Lecturers, Head of Bureau, and Finance Staff, 11 names have been appointed to participate in further training to become internal financial auditors later. After the training, all participants were expected to understand several things, such as audit procedures and techniques, risk prevention and detection, analyze audit findings, etcetera.

The Public Administration Study Program (AP), Faculty of Economics, Social Sciences and Humanities (FEISHum) of Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta, conducted an expert lecture on Gender in a Social Perspective. The event was held through the zoom platform on Wednesday (Jan/12).

Dewi Julianti, SH., from Rifka Annisa’s Internal and Public Relation, was invited as a keynoter in this event. She explained the differences between women and men. According to her, women could be strong, and men could also be gentle.

“Gender is a perceptible difference between men and women when viewed from values ​​and behavior. By way of example, men are identical to masculine while women are identical to feminine,” said Uli.

Uli talked a lot about gender inequality with all its problems. She gave illustrations that loads of publicities made women objects, like promotions for shampoo, soap, and perfume. Besides, sexual violence was rampant today was also a topic of discussion in expert lectures.

“There are many things that underlie the occurrence of violence, one of them is gender-based violence because of the inequality of roles in social construction,” said Uli.

During the pandemic, Uli said that there was abundant online gender-based violence, namely, actions facilitated by digital technology. Digital technology-facilitated actions that attacked or impacted a person because of their gender or sexuality, such as revenge porn. It is a mode of revenge in a dating relationship by threatening to share their private photos or videos. 

This expert lecture was attended by 75 participants from AP students with great enthusiasm, followed by a discussion between participants and the speaker. 

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The Accounting Study Program of Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta with the Accounting Student Association (ASSET) held a Webinar on Be Wise in Using Online Lending Services. It was held through the zoom platform on Saturday (Jan/8).

The webinar aimed to be a standard for participants in fintech. “Nowadays, there are so many online loans, but we have to be careful when borrowing them because now there are so many illegal loans, where illegal loans cause a lot of losses for borrowers. So read a lot, keep personal data confidential and consider more deeply in lending and borrowing,” said Fajar Satriya Segarawasesa, S.E, M.Ak., as the first speaker and also an Accounting Lecturer at Unisa Yogyakarta.

The second speaker, Ahmad Heri Firdaus, SE, M.Si., said that the official online loans must be registered with the Financial Services Authority (OJK). Its procedure and the location of the office were obvious. There was also a selection in lending and using P2P Fintech Lending or P2P techniques. Techniques dealing directly with individuals or borrowers.

This webinar ran well. This event was attended by more than 50 participants, from Unisa students and the general public.

Information and Technology Study Program, Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta held a meeting at studying information and technology (KODE #4) entitled How to Write Readable Code. KODE #4 was carried out virtually through the zoom platform on Saturday (Jan/08).

Readable code was the origin of a code. It became part of the Good Code requirements. “The Good Code requirements are divided into two. Make sure they have to be correct and easy to read,” explained Sidiq Aldi Ginanjar, S.Kom when delivering his subject. Aldi conveyed if the code is not clear enough, it would be hard to maintain. Then the product would get stuck afterward. A good product is a product that keeps pace with the times.

The public lecture was attended by 50 participants with great enthusiasm thoroughly the meeting. 

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The Management Study Program of Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta held an Expert Lecture on Hospital Marketing Management in the New Normal Era. The meeting was attended virtually by 80 participants from the academic community and Management students on Saturday (Jan/08).

The pandemic is not over yet. Most public attention is focused on the health sector, especially hospitals. The dawn of a new variant of Covid-19, the Omicron, become an independent evaluation for all existing hospitals. Fitri Maulidah Rahmawati, SE, MSi. said, “As a business entity, the hospital must continue to improve and strive on how to make hospital visits increase from time to time.”

Hospital marketing was supposed to understand the needs of patients and be capable as marketing agents, all to improve hospital performance. Thus, several things needed to be understood to promote and make hospital services that customers are fascinated with. “Strengthening communication, supporting strategic management, and a strong marketing foundation, these three things are very notable, starting from the internal being the spokesperson for the hospital, one of the things in building a hospital so that it can rise and grow. Service improvement through research and strong partnerships with stakeholders,” closed Eka Budy Santoso, S.Sos., M.Pd., MA., Med., CPR.

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Sisi: 63 is a podcast program broadcasted by the Bureau of Public Relations and Protocol of Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta. At this time, Sisi 63 discussed one of the competition teams from the Biotechnology Study Program, Faculty of Science and Technology, who thrived in earning achievements in the international arena.

Biotechnology itself learns about many things, not only food innovation but also vaccine manufacturing, drug manufacturing, and waste management. The Biotechnology Student Team participated in a competition held by ACS Malaysia. Further, ACS Malaysia aimed to promote innovations among students.

The Southeast Asia Global Innovation Challenge in 2020, regarding climate change, entitled Seaweed Farming System to overcome climate change, got 4th place.

“Hopefully, the ideas used in the Southeast Asia Global Innovation Challenge 2020 competition can be submitted in other competitions and won again,” said Panji Agung Nugroho.

They faced various difficulties at that time. To give an instance competition time that coincides with the midterm exam. Also, the difficulty in dividing time between assignments and competition. It became one of the problems experienced by the team, but they did not give up. Then, the Biotechnology Team again participated in the Southeast Asia Global Innovation Challenge 2021 competition and won 1st place.  In the final discussion, Panji Agung Nugroho shared tips and tricks that, “We have to start compiling priorities, which ones are education priorities, which ones are personal life, or finances, etcetera. We can make a list of priorities. The most important thing is we have a priority list and know where we are going. Then start managing time.”

The Bureau of Human Resources (HR) of Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta held the employee orientation activity for 2019-2021 on Friday (Jan/07).

About 28 employees participated in the orientation, including lecturers and educators from Unisa Yogyakarta. Muhamad Salisul Khakim, S.IP., M.Sc as the Head of the HR Bureau Unisa Yogyakarta, explained that the purpose of this meeting was to prepare mentally for new employees to face the transition from an educational environment to the job market.

“Besides that, it removes psychological barriers in entering a new environment and getting to know the new scope of work completely,” said Salis. Vice Chancellor 2nd of Unisa Yogyakarta Yuli Isnaeni, S.Kp., M.Kep., Sp.Kom., in his speech, said that this activity was part of HR management, to understand the vision and mission of Unisa Yogyakarta so that employees would get references in their work afterward.

The International Undergraduate Seminar On Built Environment & Technology 2021 (USBET) is a coaction between the Architecture Study Program of Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta with the Department Town & Regional Planning of UiTM Malaysia. Based on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two universities, the Architecture Study Program of Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta with the Department of Town & Regional Planning of UiTM Malaysia regularly held an event in the fields of education, research, and service.

The USBET 2021 on Built Environment with Future orientation, followed by 159 participants from Indonesia and Malaysia. The series of events opened with an online Opening Speech via google meet and Youtube Livestreaming on December 15, 2021. Meanwhile, the presentations and posters were able accessed on the https://linktr.ee/usbet2021 site. “With this event, students are expected to understand the phenomenon and all developments related to technology, especially technology for buildings and architecture. In addition, there is an exchange of information between students and mutual learning with the knowledge and research they do. This event is for students and can also hone students’ systematic and scientific thinking skills. The hope in the future is the readiness and increasing competitiveness of students in work,” explained Hapsari Wahyuningsih, S.T., M.Sc., as the Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology in her opening speech.

Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta with TK ABA Nuraini PWA DIY Yogyakarta Educational Council to make the GACA program (the ‘Aisyiyah of Love Children Movement) to success. This activity took place at Nurani Kindergarten in Yogyakarta on Friday, December 17, 2021, by greeting kindergarten teachers in the Greeting Kindergarten Teacher program delivered by UNISA Yogyakarta lecturers Nurul Kurniati, S.ST., M.KEB., and Enny Fitrihadi, S.SIT., M. KEB.

Besides targeting teachers, this program also involved the parents of Nuraini Kindergarten Yogyakarta students virtually on Greeting Father and Mother program delivered by DR. Islamiyatur R, S.AG., M.Si., and Hari Akbar Sugiantoro, M.A., lecturers at UNISA Yogyakarta on Sunday (Dec/19).

Nurul Kurniati, S.ST., M.KEB., as the head of the community service, said that this activity purposed to improve the quality of the current generation of children with Islamic parenting education activities and health screening to prevent ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Particular attention to children as individuals in their developmental age was valuable because childhood was a process towards maturity. Some cases were often encountered, such as circumstances that can cause trauma to children, including anxiety, anger, and others. If this matter would maintain, it would impact the child’s psychology and disrupt their development.

One of the roles of ‘Aisyiyah as a women’s organization was to declare the GACA program. “I hope that this program can help prevent psychological disorders in child development, increase the understanding to educate children through Islamic parenting, and empower children’s ability to stimulate normal growth and development so that they can take preventive measures against ADHD in children. As well parents and teachers can be contributors in realizing the ‘Aisyiyah of Love Children Movement (GACA) as a Program in Organization of Muhammadiyah and ‘Aisyiyah,” said Nurul Kurniati, S.ST., M.KEB., at the end of the Greeting Kindergarten Teachers (Dec/17/2021).