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The Faculty of Psychology’s Achievements in PORSENIGAMA

Pekan Olahraga dan Seni Universitas Gadjah Mada (PORSENIGAMA) is a sports and arts competition within the university. It has been a regular event in Universitas Gadjah Mada for quite some time, and is one of the most long-awaited events for students. This year, PORSENIGAMA was held on October 21 – December 2, 2017. Sports competitions are always held on Mondays to Fridays at 3 p.m. until 9.30 p.m., and during the weekends it runs all day from 7 a.m. to 9.30 p.m.. Gelanggang Mahasiswa is the location for all of the competitions. There are 21 categories for sports, such as athletics, badminton, taekwondo, and soccer. In the arts category, students can compete in 6 competitions, such as band, traditional dancing, photography, choir, visual arts, nasyid, and monologue. read more

Winning 20 Medals, UGM Psychology Became Overall Champion of Indonesian Psychology Olympics (Again!)

On October 27 – 28, 2017, HIMPSI (Himpunan Psikologi Indonesia/Indonesian Psychology Association) worked with 10 psychology faculties in Yogyakarta to hold the fourth Olimpiade Psikologi Indonesia (Indonesian Psychology Olympics), commonly referred to as OPI. OPI is a national scientific gathering for psychology students all around the country, conducted every two years. The theme for this year’s OPI is “Harmony in Diversity” with 11 competition categories that students compete in.

The Faculty of Psychology in UGM delegated 77 students along with 5 people as the managerial team. The students from years 2014, 2015, and 2016 were selected and given socialization of the event. Preparations have started since July. The students interested in competing attended General Orientation for five days. Training was conducted in 2 stages and after each stage the students’ performance were evaluated to select delegates to compete in OPI. Then, selected students were debriefed to close the training process. The goal of debriefing is to strengthen the mentality of the students before they compete and also to increase the bonds of the team. read more

The Faculty of Psychology Covers the Scientific Side of Corruption

Corruption is a form of dishonest behavior that is harming Indonesia. Nationwide and internationally, there are already various political anti-corruption campaigns, but it has to be acknowledged that the efforts to banish corruption not only rises as part of a political movement. Scientists and practitioners in many fields have started to delve into research about corruption. As part of the development of science, the Faculty of Psychology held an International Short Course on Psychology (ICSP). The theme of that event was “Corruption, Culture, and Moral Psychology: From Research to Policy”. read more

Standard Operating Procedure for Temilnas-IPS (National Scientific Summit-Indonesian Association of Social Psychology) 2017

Oral Presentation Guidelines

The presentation will use PowerPoint, with these conditions:

  • The total number of slides is 10-12.
  • The contents of the slides have to be arranged according to the abstract (background, objective, method, results, conclusion).
  • It is advised to use 24 pt for the font with the maximum for one slide is 40. If using pictures or other medias, then the number of letters should be adjust according to the space provided in the slide
  • The material for presentations should be submitted in the form of a power point presentation no longer than November 7, 2017.
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    The Faculty of Psychology Passes 62 Psychologists and 45 Scientists

    On October 18, 2017, the faculty held the graduation and professional oath ceremony for postgraduate students. There were 62 students graduating as psychologists from the Professional Psychology Master’s Program (7 men and 55 women) and 45 students graduating as scientists from the Scientific Psychology Master’s Program (19 men and 35 women). Overall, there has been 2.534 graduates from both programs.

    Graduating from the Professional Psychology Master’s Program, Novita Dewi Anjarsari and Astrini Arimurti Suhita graduated with honors, both earning an outstanding 3.86 GPA. Laila Listiana Ulya, Virda Mutiara, Aisyah Gana Putri, Adhesatya Ningsih Moodoeto, and Cory Magdalena are the names of students that graduated cum laude. Ten graduates were cited as very satisfactory and 46 were cited as satisfactory. Muhamad Sodikin and Anindya Phalita Padma graduated with the shortest study period of 2 years and 1 month. read more