Sungai Long Campus Events

Digital Poster Competition


The digital poster competition provides a vibrant visual, colourful, and simple way to communicate within the community regarding the recent climate issues. It is suitable for display in community space, enhance social skills and provide rooms for artistic and imaginative which is not limited to a certain age. The desired outcome of this competition is to visually display the current states of community knowledge regarding climate change.     >>>

Guided Walk and Gotong-Royong at Shah Alam Community Forest


The exploration was led by Founder-cum-Secretary of Shah Alam Community Forest Society Alicia Teoh along with her sister Melissa Teoh. They guided the UTAR participants along the trail and explained how community groups can join hands to protect the Shah Alam Community Forest (SACF) while utilising it in a responsible way.    >>>

Environmental Awareness Webinar – Wildlife in Cities: Why It Matters?


A webinar titled Environmental Awareness Webinar – Wildlife in Cities: Why It Matters? was organised the Department of Student Affairs of Sungai Long Campus, to provide the audience with an opportunity to learn about native plants, animals and insects that adapt well in urban settings.    >>>

2nd International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICCEE2022)


A virtual conference titled “2nd International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICCEE2022)” was organised to bring together academics and researchers to share their experiences, ideas and approaches related to contemporary issues in civil and environmental engineering...   >>>

Practising USR to transform university governance from community building to sustainable-driven development


The Guest Talk titled “USR transformation of university governance: a shift from community building to sustainable-driven development” aimed to enlighten academics and students on how universities can play a more active role in supporting youth participation in driving sustainable development...             >>>

Energy storage for renewable energy


The webinar was organised by CCCD and LKCFES, to share the use of energy storage as an option of complementing renewable energy for sustainability and environmental conservation. It also covered the latest updates on renewable energy, energy storage technologies and new generation battery.... >>>

“Mari Composting MCo”


The webinar aimed to share ideas and knowledge about composting and promote the benefits of composting.  Various benefits of composting were highlighted in the talk, especially on the resistance of the soil against the erosive action of rain and wind; water storage capacity, and the nutrients... >>>

Art Contest “Go Green, World Clean!”


With the aim to introduce the concept of “Go Green, World Clean!” and the importance of learning and practicing an environmentally-mindful lifestyle that contributes towards protecting the environment, UTAR Green Campus Committee of Centre for Foundation Studies Sungai Long organised an art contest >>>

How Citizen Science Efforts Help Conserve the Dusky Langurs?


The online talk was jointly organised by UTAR Green Campus Committee (UGCC) of Centre for Foundation Studies (CFS) of Sungai Long Campus and Langur Project Penang (LPP), aimed to create and promote awareness of wildlife conservation. Present to deliver the talk was LPP Founder-cum-Director Jo Leen Yap. During the talk, Jo Leen shared how one can raise awareness to coexist with wildlife. >>>

Lessons from food wastage by TLFP


The online talk aimed to raise public awareness on the causes of food wastage and its exacerbated impact on the environment. Various issues were highlighted in the online talk, especially on food waste occurring locally and internationally; the effects of food waste on climate change; global hunger and urban… >>>

Green Operation and Quality Management Webinar


The cyber-class was jointly organised by UTAR Division of Community and International Networking and Office of Institutional Cooperation, Universitas Surabaya, Indonesia. The purpose of the cyber class was to enable the participants to learn more about quality management and the issues on the …   >>>

Corporate Communication students discuss the environmental unfriendliness of coffee grounds


The Corporate Communication Final Year students organised an online sustainability campaign titled “Bean from Bin”, aimed to recycle coffee grounds and increase the awareness of the harms of coffee ground to the environment as well as to create a more sustainable future for all by educating the... >>>

PRME Director reviews SDGs to address climate change


Global climate change is increasingly prevalent than ever. A public webinar titled, “Exploring the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Practical Way of Addressing Them” was organised, aimed to educate people on the reasons global warming occur and how businesses and institutions can... >>>

Building an Industrial Effluent Treatment System


With the aim to provide a full picture on how the Malaysian government assures the industry to comply fully with the wastewater regulatory compliance, a webinar titled “Wastewater Regulation Compliance in Malaysia” was organised by UTAR Division of Community and International Networking...               >>>

UTAR exposes school children to global issues


The workshop aimed to enhance the educational experience of school children and educate them on sustainable development goals (SDGs), particularly SDGs that are associated with water resource..>>>

Exposing refugee children to financial literacy and waste management


The UTAR Sustainable Development Club organised a workshop called “Fireflies Project” on 15 February 2020 with the aim to educate children on fundamental knowledge of zero waste environment and...>>>

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