Exploration of Creativity by PBSI UNY Students in a Workshop with Dr. Ujang Suwarna from IPB

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Sesi workshop bersama Dr. Ujang Suwarna, S.Hut., M.Sc. (doc.pbsi uny)

Exploration of Creativity by PBSI UNY Students in a Workshop with Dr. Ujang Suwarna from IPB


UNY, Tuesday (23/1) - Students from the Department of Language Education and Indonesian Literature (PBSI) at the Faculty of Language, Arts, and Culture (FBSB), Yogyakarta State University (UNY), participated in a workshop titled "Identification of Topics for Student Creativity Programs (PKM) Based on Expertise." The event took place in the PLA Seminar Room on the 3rd floor of the Muh Yamin FBSB Building, starting at 09:00 AM and concluding later in the day.

This workshop provided a highly relevant platform for PBSI UNY students with interests and talents in the field of Indonesian language and literature. They had the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of identifying topics for creative programs related to their respective fields of expertise. Students were provided with insights and guidance on identifying creativity topics based on expertise, allowing them to be more creative and innovative in developing ideas related to language, arts, and culture.

A notable aspect of this workshop was the presence of a distinguished speaker, Dr. Ujang Suwarna, S.Hut., M.Sc. from Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB). Ujang Suwarna, renowned for his expertise in creativity and expertise, conducted a special session highlighting the importance of exploring the creative potential of students within the context of their expertise.

The workshop was attended by dozens of PBSI department students who enthusiastically participated in the activities. They were given the opportunity to discuss, exchange ideas, and collectively develop their creative concepts. Prof. Dr. Prof. Nur Hidayanto PSP, S.Pd., M.Pd., Ph.D., the Dean of FBSB UNY, also delivered a speech during the event. He expressed hope that this workshop would be the starting point for FBSB UNY students to achieve success in the PIMNAS PKM.

During the Q&A session, students had the chance to ask direct questions to Dr. Ujang Suwarna, S.Hut., M.Sc., allowing them to gain a deeper understanding of expertise-based creativity. The workshop on the Identification of Topics for Student Creativity Programs (PKM) concluded with a reflection session and an official closing by the organizing committee. PBSI UNY students hope that similar activities will continue to be held to motivate and enrich the creative potential of FBSB students in general and PBSI department students in particular.

For information related to the UNY Student Creativity Program (PKM) in 2024, clicks here

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