24 September 2019

UTMSPACE was welcomed by 18 UiTM Staff from INQKA, ICEPS and ICAEN. The welcoming remark was delivered by Associate Professor Dr. Azizah Abdullah Director of internal Quality Assurance, InQKA. Representatives from UTM was led by Associate Professor Sr. Dr.  Mohd Zulfifli Mohd Yunus, Deputy Chair Quality Management and Alumni UTMSPACE. Representatives from both counterparts shared introductions, ideas and possible areas of collaborations.

 

Associate Prof. Dr. Fazah Akhtar Hanapiah

Consultant Rehabilitation Physician,

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine,

Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

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While gaming devices can be used as a treatment for stroke rehabilitation, the “off the shelf” games were not specific to focus on the rehabilitation goals. Sometimes, therapy was limited due to various constraints which include affordability, human resources and infrastructure, adding challenges to deliver the rehabilitation programme. 

This became a driving force to UiTM rehabilitation physician, Associate Professor Dr. Fazah Akhtar Hanapiah, to design her serious games with a specific function which was more virtual, moving away from the physical – the Medical Rehabilitation Virtual Reality (MRVR) platform. 

A medical doctor at the Faculty of Medicine UiTM, Malaysia and also a fellow at I-PPerForM (Institute of Pathology, Laboratory and Forensic Medicine), she wanted “to improve the outcome of patients with complex disability and see them get better”. For sustainability of such projects, a good eco-system is required between R&D and deliverance to the required community.  VR can address the gaps to deliver rehabilitation in an enriched environment with high fidelity.

21 Ogos 2019

Pada 20-21 Ogos 2019 telah berlangsung Konvensyen Kumpulan Inovatif & Kreatif (KIK), Peringkat Universiti Awam Kali Ke-15 Tahun 2019 di Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka  (UTeM) yang turut disertai oleh 35 Kumpulan Inovatif dan Kreatif (KIK) dari 18 Universiti Awam Malaysia. Terdapat 2 kategori projek yang dipertandingkan iaitu Kategori Pengurusan dan Kategori Teknikal. Sebanyak 17 kategori pertandingan dan hadiah yang dipertandingkan.

 

 

Prof. Dr. Normah Omar

Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Malaysia

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Professor Dr Normah Omar, the Director of the Accounting Research Institute, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Malaysia has been recognised once again as one of the most influential women in Islamic finance by Cambridge International Advisory, a UK-based financial services organisation that provides strategic advice in the development of financial markets. Professor Dr. Normah was ranked second in the list this year moving up from the 9th position last year. A pioneer researcher in Islamic Financial Criminology, her passion for research in the area has contributed significantly in realising national aspirations to make Malaysia an Islamic financial hub.

27 August 2019

Vice Chancellor Conversations provides inputs with positive impact and encouraging response from the young lecturers at the Dewan Annex UiTM Shah Alam today. YBhg. Vice Chancellor, Emeritus Professor Ir. Dr. Mohd Azraai Kassim, sharing his idea on how to be excellence in academic and administration while taking the university to great heights of excellence. Indeed, there may be an array of promotion tracks to fit such different career paths in academics and these tracks may have different requirements for promotion. It is critically important that the young lecturers be familiar with the requirements of their particular track early in the course of their career. Vice Chancellor added that everybody should find out the relevant requirements and expectations for promotion and be thinking about these matters from an early point in his or her career, rather than near the end when the promotion clock is ticking. The discussion revolved around the quality of academicians in UiTM.   The advice on how and where young and new academicians are heading to and how do they get there are also highlighted by laying out a general career roadmap academic excellence plan and importantly, present strategies to deal with the potential pitfalls and avoid some of the bumps in the road towards striving for academic excellence.