Conservation of Saujana Pusaka (Heritage Cultural Landscape) is a flagship in the field of heritage conservation in the Department of Architecture and Planning, Faculty of Engineering UGM. Heritage Saujana is the inextricable unity between nature and manmade heritage (tangible and intangible culture) in space and time. The beginning of learning about this science has been carried out at UGM, since 2004 when the Center for Heritage Conservation, Department of Architecture and Planning, Faculty of Engineering, UGM organized the International Field School on Borobudur Heritage Saujana (IFSBHS). As of 2017, IFSBHS has been held 9 times2. IFSBHS participants consist of students, local government employees, and observers from various countries, including Indonesia, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Egypt, France, Thailand, and China.
Summer Course UGM
WAFERS summer course 2021 raises the challenges from three nexus of water, food and energy for young engineers. This virtual course will give students a broader perspective on water-food-energy sustainability (WAFERS) issues as well as offering a number of solutions such as changing consumer behavior as well as adopting suitable technology to tackle numerous environmental problems.
Covid-19 pandemic has a tremendous impact in which it affects life system. The invention of the Covid-1 9 vaccine is of great help to overcome the pandemic. However, the vaccine itself is not enough. A good immune system is needed during this pandemic era. Improving our immune can be achieved by consuming various and nutritious foods. Furthermore, functional foods can be incorporated into our diet to maintain health and improve our immune system. Functional foods can be both natural or obtained through processing.
The preservation of cultural heritage both tangible and intangible is not only done by caring for the existence of this heritage but how to increase the attractiveness and effectiveness of cultural heritage for various construction purposes. For example, at Prambanan Temple, not only serves as a historical monument for Hindus and a tourist attraction, but visitors can also enjoy the Ramayana Ballet performance art, which is also an intangible cultural heritage of our country, which has taken advantage of the process of creativity and touch of technology so that it becomes an interesting spectacle as well as the inculcation of cultural values. Likewise, the culture of healthy living that is applied by the Indonesian people in the use of herbal medicine, in the modern era with a touch of herbal technology no longer ancient but become a practical herbal drink and by today’s lifestyle.
The 2019 Interprofessional Health Care Summer Course Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing Universitas Gadjah Mada (FKKMK UGM) is a collaborative program between FKKMK UGM, Faculty of Dentistry, and Faculty of Pharmacy.
What is AYSPP?
The increase in public awareness of the high incidence of diseases caused by lifestyle-related diseases has resulted in a mindset change of community in placing food as a source of nutrition as well as the prevention of disease. Food problems have become a double burden in society, and the prevalence of fast food consumption patterns and high-calorie density that are not based on the principle of nutrition fulfillment have led to an increase in degenerative diseases, such as diabetes, cholesterol, hypertension, and coronary heart disease.