Muhammad Aizat bin Anuar 2 SBEA, won the first prize in the Malaysian Wood Awards Student Building Category of the prestigious Malaysian Timber Council Silver Jubilee Celebrations held at the Shangri-la Hotel Kuala Lumpur on 26 July 2017. The top award carries with it a Cash Prize of RM2,500.00 and a trophy, and was presented by Dato’ Gooi Hoe Chin, Chairman of the Malaysian Timber Council and witnessed by YB Datuk Sri Mah Siew Keong, Minister of Planttion Industries and Commodities. The Design that won the prize was for a “Cookies” Community Centre, A second Year Design Project Supervised by Dr. Abdul Halim bin Hussein of the Department of Architecture.
Congratulations to Noor Azeyah Khiyon, PhD candidate at the UTM Faculty of Built Environment under the supervision of Dr Sarajul Fikri bin Mohamed, for winning the Best Paper Award at the 21st Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors 2017 in Vancouver, Canada.Her paper, entitled ‘Whole Life Cycle Costing for Sustainable Facility Management’ which deals with the very relevant issue of sustainability in today’s world. Noor Azeyah is also an academic staff at the University of Reading Malaysia.
UTM Architecture students won the Grand Prize and the First Runner-up Prize for ARCHITALENT Architectural Student Design Competition, which was held from 11 May to 20 July 2017 in conjunction with the 18th International Architecture, Interior Design & Building Exhibition 2017 (ARCHIDEX17).
The competition was organised by Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM) in collaboration with C.I.S Network Sdn. Bhd. Over 70 submissions were sent by students of accredited architecture schools and institutions across Malaysia, where 20 shortlisted finalists presented their ideas to a panel of industry-led judges at the Plenary Theatre of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre on 20 July 2017.
Program Kerjasama Jabatan Senibina Landskap Fakulti Alam Bina dengan JKKK Kg Parit Puteri Menangis di dalam program keceriaan kampung sempena mewakili Negeri Johor di dalam Anugerah Desa Perdana peringkat kebangsaan. Gambar sekitar program Penjurian pd 21 Julai 2017.
JOHOR BAHRU, 3 Julai 2017 – Seramai lima staf Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) berada di Kemboja selama tiga hari mulai 19 Jun lalu bagi mempromosikan pendekatan Service Learning dalam gagasan Akademia Baru dan libatsama dalam jaringan projek komuniti di negara berkenaan.
Mereka terdiri daripada Pengarah Unit Endowmen UTM, Prof. Madya Dr. Yusof Boon, Pensyarah Kanan Fakulti Alam Bina (FAB) Dr Mohd Hisyan Rasidi, Pensyarah Kanan Fakulti Pendidikan (FP) Shahrin Hashim, Pensyarah Kanan Fakulti Geoinformasi dan Harta Tanah (FGHT), Dr Robiah Suratman, Pegawai Penyelidik FTGHT, Nordaliza Zulkifli dan Pegawai Eksekutif, Pusat Kursus Kokurikukulum dan Pembelajaran Servis (CCSL) Romli Othman.
Penyelaras Program, Shahrin Hashim berkata, semasa berada di sana mereka turut meninjau peluang bagi mencari rakan kolaborasi dan strategik yang baru dalam mengumpul dana untuk program Tanggungjawab Sosial Universiti (USR).
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