Students Conference

Dec 28, 2021 PT (UTC-8)
09:00am - 10:20am

The 2021 Student Conference Opening Ceremony and Keynote Speech

Prof. Taufik, Ph.D will address his keynote speech titled: "Challenges and Opportunities in Academic Scholarly Activities during the Pandemic: Lessons Learned." It is free for everyone and will be conducted fully in English.

Opening Remarks: IMSA Students, the Muhammadiyah USA, PCI NU AS-Kanada, Prof. Popy R. ; Keynote Speaker: Prof. Dr. Taufik (California Polytechnic State University)
Newport B (Hilton); Zoom Room (Online) (Meeting ID: 831 1316 8082)
10:30am - 12:30pm

Student Conference Panel 1

Panel Chair: Ikhsan Darmawan

Room: Newport B

  1. Transforming in-person to remote architectural research: Lessons learned from the Food-related Activities Engagement and Adaptation Study (FEAST)- Widya Ramadhani (the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

  2. Risk Behavior and Religiosity-Fitri Safira (Southern Illinois University)

  3. Student’s Pursuit of Responses via Self-Answering-Adibah (Columbia University)

  4. Firms’ investment dynamics across sectors during commodity booms and busts and its effect on financial performance: Evidence from Indonesian firms-Rully Prassetya (George Washington University)

  5. Contesting Space in Development: Study of Resettlement Process in Mandalika Urban and Tourism Infrastructure Project-Nabila Fisra Hawali (Columbia University)

Panel 1 Presenters
Newport B (Hilton)

Student Conference Panel 2

Panel Chair: Muhammad Afdillah

Room: Zoom Room A

  1. Value-Based Social Studies Learning Through Impact Analysis Study Technique to Improve the Ability to Analyze Social Deviations in Class VIII B Students of SMPN 7 Purwokerto (Pembelajaran IPS Berbasis Nilai Melalui Teknik Studi-Analisis-Dampak- Untuk Meningkatkan Kemampuan Menganalisis Penyimpangan Sosial Pada Peserta Didik Kelas VIII B SMPN 7 Purwokerto)-Nopidha Ardyansyah (Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto)

  2. Study of Covid-19 Impact on Aviation Maintenance Training: Current Research State and Future Recommendation for Indonesia-Fiodesy Gemilang Putri (Arizona State University)

  3. Understanding Multiliteracies for the Online Classroom Learning-Noor Qomaria Agustina (Kent State University)

  4. Living with the Pandemic in the Libraries: A Librarian Perspective-Irhamni Ali (University of North Texas)

  5. Spiritual Nursing Service in Indonesia (Case Study of Makassar City Regional General Hospital)-Nur Hidayah (Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar) and Muhammad Afdillah (Hartford International University for Religion and Peace)

Panel 2 Presenters
Zoom Room (Online) (Meeting ID: 831 1316 8082)

Student Conference Panel 3

Panel Chair: Fikriyah Winata

Room: Zoom Room B

  1. Greenwashing After the Pandemic: A Dip or Spur-Sena Pradipta (Oregon State University)

  2. An Explorative Study of Parenting in Muslim Families During Covid-19-Nanan Nuraini (University of Missouri Columbia)

  3. Access to Places and Social Networks amongst Female Domestic Workers in Hong Kong during the Covid-19 Pandemic-Fikriyah Winata (the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

  4. Does the Pandemic affect online course? A case of an online course pre and post Covid-19 Pandemic-Susi S. Rakhmawati (Kent State University)

  5. A Comparative Life Cycle Assessment Between Covered Lagoon and Completely Stirred Tank Reactor Anaerobic Digestion Systems-Maria Ines Barrios Arosemena, Fahmi Dwilaksono*, and Mario Aliaj (Michigan State University)

Panel 3 Presenters
Zoom Room (Online) (Meeting ID: 832 7142 6065)
03:45pm - 05:00pm

Closing Remark for Student Conference and Seminar on "Being Light in the Community: Bridging Education and Social Activism"

The Conference Closing Remark (Ikhsan Darmawan)

Seminar on "Being Light in the Community: Bridging Education and Social Activism"

Speakers: Nana Firman and Dr. M. Arief Budiman

Qur'an Symbolic Gift to a Graduate Representative (Keukeu Abdullah)

Closing Remark: Ikhsan Darmawan; Seminar Speakers: Nana Firman, Arief Budiman
Newport B (Hilton); Zoom Room (Online) (Meeting ID: 831 1316 8082)