|UMM Rector Dr. Fauzan, M.Pd, when delivering his Speech to NUNI 2019 (Photo: Mirza / PR)|
University of Muhamadiyah Malang (UMM) together with representatives from 21 Indonesian Universities who were members of the Nationwide University Network Indonesia (NUNI), attended the Presidential Meeting and NUNI Forum agenda to finalize the Socio-ecopreneur concept competency scheme, Friday (4/10).
"This agenda is a form of strengthening cooperation between universities with efforts to branding the NUNI community to become a group synergy by increasing the mobility of students, lecturers and education personnel from each university," said Dr. H. Fauzan, M.Pd, UMM Rector at the opening.
Presenting presenters from Binus University of Malang, Brawijaya University and UMM as a form of University representatives who were predicting successfully managed the most academic and non-academic business units had purposed to give additional material from the Socio-ecopreneur concept which was the main theme of this year's important meeting.
"If you want to apply minor that based a Socio-ecopreneur, you have to look at the potential that exists from each region of home university so that it is right on target and suitable for stakeholders. Like what has already been implemented at BINUS," said Dr. Ir. Boto Situmpang MBP, Rector of Binus Malang.
UMM for 3 years in a row held the National Festival as a meeting place for business people and producers with the results of product research produced by students. The program was managed by Vice Director of Product Research Marketing UMM which would be implemented in the work program of NUNI.
Meanwhile, Pupung Arifin as the Vice Rector III for Student Affairs, Alumni, and Cooperation at the University of Atmajaya Yogyakarta proposed the related concept of socio-ecopreneur competence so that be an international collaboration scheme of university so that this scheme could add to the assessment of Ministry of Research and Technology.
On the other hand, Sultan Agung Islamic University (UNISSULA) hoped to encourage both digital and technopreneur training of entrepreneurs. It also immediately discussed the database of each institution so that it could be accessed by all NUNI members and could be adapted, and modified again to make NUNI's activities more diverse. (win)