Tuesday (23/04), Faculty of Psychology UGM was held graduates debriefing. This event basically has been opened for non-graduates, however mostly has been dominated by candidates of graduates master. In this event, Heru Atikasari S, Murti, Psi., M.A as Alumnus Master of Psychology and also Lecturer at Kristen Satya Wacana University and Aloysia Endang S.S.S also Psychologist RSJD dr RM Soedjarwadi Klaten became a speaker. This event was attended by candidates graduates of Master Psychology and Master of Professional Psychology. About 50 graduates followed the agenda that was going start at 1 PM to 3 PM. then, prospective graduates were lead to attend in rehearsal of ceremony for tomorrow.
Tuesday (2/4), Faculty of Psychology Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) held Research and Publication Day. This event was follow up representation from research grant proposal submission Kelompok bidang Keilmuan (KBK), Program Kreativitas Mahasiswa (PKM), and Faculty Unit of Psychology in 2019. There is about 27 research approved.
Aliffa Milanisty, an undergraduate student of psychology second semester has won a bronze medal in karate competition. The competition namely Rimbawan Karate – do championship held on 28-29 March 2019. This competition will be going to Manggal Wanabhakti hall Jakarta. The committee in this competition was FORKI (Federasi Olahraga Karate Indonesia) as an alliance sports organization in self-defense karate in Indonesia.
Some students currently are millennials generation who be borned in 1995-2000. They have the necessary achievement and high affiliation compared to the earlier generation. However, the aim to be achieved not always gives a positive impact because the attitude of low and impulsive tolerance causing student to have an academic problem when facing high demands. Therefore, millennial generation needs the ability to direct their self to escape from depending on society or community and could direct motivation to achieve more appropriated.
Monday (13/05), located in the hall of the building D Faculty of Psychology UGM, held a Roadshow which is a collaboration of Faculty of Psychology UGM with Paragon. Paragon is a company engaged in the beauty of cosmetics, one of the famous national cosmetic brand namely Wardah. Paragon takes the theme Of “We Are Hiring Psychology Paragon Campus Roadshow Universitas Gadjah Mada” by presenting the guest star, Analisa Widyaningrum. Packaged in the form of a talkshow, some participants are the 6th and 8th semester students which had previously filled a special form link a few days before the event was held. Approximately 60 people enrolled the eastern part of the Faculty of Psychology UGM. The event was running from 3 p.m until drop.
On Saturdays and Sundays, precisely on 4 and 5 May 2019, the Faculty of Psychology of UGM organizes the acceptance of the International Undergraduate Program (IUP). About 100 participants have followed on the first intake and 77 participants in the second intake. Participants come from various areas including Jakarta, Pekanbaru, Bandar Lampung, Yogyakarta, Palembang, Denpasar, and even Malaysia.
On 28-30 March 2019, I Gusti Agung Dyah Cahyaninggrat, a student of the Faculty of Psychology UGM became a representative athlete of the city of Denpasar to compete in the event of Mayor Cup X 2019. This competition took place at Gor Lila Bhuana, Denpasar, Bali. This Event is held once a year by the Indonesian National Sports Committee (Koni) Denpasar.
Nursing care is the task of nursing practice carried out by the nurse in the hospital. The implementation of the orphanage is based on nursing standards. One important part of nursing care is the spiritual treatment. However, the competency of spiritual care provided by nurses to patients is still low, because nurses prefer physical care and treatment. While spiritual care needs to ensure the patient’s quality of life.
Technological advances are increasingly demanding everyone to be flexible in the face of challenges in this era. It is also the reason that the Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology (CICP) Faculty of Psychology UGM facilitates Psychology students to know and understand big data, as well as its role in supporting research that cannot be released of academic responsibility as a student. The event was held on 30 April 2019 in Auditorium G-100, Faculty of Psychology UGM and took place in the afternoon until evening. The event namely “Big Data Workshop” was dominated by the students of the Masters and several students from S1. John Kartika Herdiyanto, S. Psi., M.A. is a speaker in this activity. He is a lecturer at Udayana University and Doctoral Program Student at the Faculty of Psychology at Gadjah Mada University.
Theory Building Training (TBT) was held by the Center For Indigenous and Cultural Psychology (CICP) Faculty of Psychology UGM continues on the second day. Where T. Novi Poespita Chandra, M.Si was given the trust to be a speaker. She is a lecturer in Developmental Psychology at the Faculty of Psychology UGM as well as the Ph.D Candidate at Melbourne University with a research Grounded Theory approach. In the training she shared the experience of being a researcher Grounded Theory from taking data up to data analysis and how it is implemented.