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Brawijaya University's Humanitarian Aid Already Distributed to Syria

Indonesian Ambassador to Kingdom of Jordan, Andi Rachmianto, handed over humanitarian aid from Brawijaya University to UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugee). The aids are allocated for Syrian refugees who live in camps. In the form of beauty equipment and sewing machine, the aids will be used as teaching materials at beauty schools in the camp area. Expert Staff of Vice Rector IV on Planning and Partnership Affairs Maulina Pia Wulandari, PhD delivered that the aid is a realization of the university's awareness towards humanity and global peace issues in Syria. "Aids to be delivered to camp for Syrian refugee are focused on assisting communities empowerment especially those who are in humanitarian problems," said the Communication Science lecturer. She added, Brawijaya University's humanitarian aids are planned to be annual events. "Rector along with Vice Rector IV plan humanitarian programs for the next four years," said Pia.

Darmasiswa Program Closing at Brawijaya University

11 foreign students were graduated from the Republic of Indonesia (RI) Darmasiswa program 2017/2018. Their graduation is a part of the RI Darmasiswa Program Closing event which held in Faculty of Cultural Studies at Brawijaya University (9/Jul/2018). The program itself was held by the Ministry of Education and Culture (KEMDIKBUD). A year ago, the students came to Indonesia and joined the program to learn the Indonesian language and culture. They can be called as the first generation who graduated from the Darmasiswa at UB, because it is the first time for UB to implement the RI Darmasiswa program.

RAI GENERATION: Children as the Theme of Paintings

Much. Sinwan Aliyafi, a student of Fine Arts Study Program Faculty of Cultural Studies (FCS) Universitas Brawijaya (UB) exhibited his paintings themed 'Rai Generation' as his final project on 2nd to 5th of July 2018. The exhibition lasted for 4 days in building A Room 1.2 FCS UB, and it was opened from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. He was very enthusiastic in holding this exhibition. Children were taken as the inspiration of the paintings. The developmental psychology approach was one of the references to reinforce the idea of the nature and characteristics of children.

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