On Saturday, November 30, 2023, Hotel Lorin Solo witnessed the leadership meeting for the 2nd semester of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMIPA) at Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES). The event was enthusiastically opened by the UNNES Rector, represented by the Secretary of UNNES, Prof. Dr. Sugianto, M.Si.
This meeting served as an evaluation platform for the Main Performance Indicator (IKU) achievements of FMIPA UNNES. Dean of FMIPA, Prof. Dr. Edy Cahyono, M.Si., led the session evaluating the IKU achievements, providing a comprehensive overview of the faculty’s accomplishments during the current semester.
The following session included the realization of IKU achievements by scientific clusters, starting with the Chemistry Cluster, Mathematics Cluster, Physics Cluster, Biology Cluster, Computer Science Cluster, and Natural Sciences Cluster. Program Study Coordinators delivered in-depth reports on achievements, challenges, and steps taken to enhance the quality of education and research in their respective fields. The meeting concluded with presentations from Laboratory Heads and Cluster Chairs at FMIPA UNNES.
Before the closing, the Dean and Faculty Leaders appreciated the Programs with the highest IKU achievements in FMIPA UNNES for the year 2023.
IKU 1: Undergraduate Program in Science Education
IKU 2: Undergraduate Program in Information Systems
IKU 3: Undergraduate Program in Statistics and Data Science
IKU 4: Undergraduate Program in Environmental Science
IKU 5: Undergraduate Program in Physics Education
This leadership meeting reflects FMIPA UNNES’s commitment to continually improve the quality of education and its contribution to the world of scientific research. The spirit of collaboration and innovation is highlighted in achieving the faculty’s vision and mission of producing outstanding human resources in the fields of science and mathematics. With the success of this leadership meeting, FMIPA UNNES reaffirms its position as an education institution focused on quality and making real contributions to the development of globally excellent scientific knowledge.