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Take pride in graduating from Curtin, vice chancellor tells graduates

2 May 2016

MIRI: All graduates of Curtin University should take pride in graduating from a university that is recognised as being among the top 2% in the world, having progressed more rapidly in major international rankings than any other Australian institution in recent years.

‛Vendors’ come-a-calling at school

1 May 2016

Using The Star as a reading tool, a secondary school had a rather unique way of launching and presenting its reading programme to its students.

Game on for this year’s PSA

1 May 2016

The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education contest is back with a bang. Here’s your chance to make a difference with your Public Service Announcement (PSA) message! Gather your team of four and tell us how sports can be a vehicle for social change. If you missed the contest template that was printed on April 13 in your NiE pullout, or need more information about the contest, visit: contests.thestar.com.my/nie.

Our revolving device: SK Taman Tun Dr Ismail 1 pupils explaining how their merry-go-round model works to UPM’s Department of Computer Science lecturer Raja Azlina Raja Mahmood.

Showcase of ideas at robotics event

1 May 2016

PRESENTING a group competition project in a university lecture hall would give any 11-year-old the jitters. Ariff Amir Ali admitted that he was a bit nervous but as soon as he began talking, the worries melted away.

Preparing school-leavers for the next level

1 May 2016

LEADERSHIP and Professionalism Development Society of Malaysia (Lead Malaysia) held a workshop titled Higher Education Towards Building A Nation at SMK Desa Cemerlang near Johor Baru recently.

Attention, all Potterheads!

1 May 2016

STILL can’t get over “The Boy Who Lived” and “He Who Must Not Be Named”? Fret not!

All set: Team Transcendent comprising (from foreground, clockwise) Ian, Hui Lee, Sarah, Jade and Kimberly will compete against other international schools at the finals. Steen is not pictured.

Team takes part in F1 in schools

1 May 2016

A typical Year Nine student at Kuala Lumpur’s Garden International School (GIS) has many distractions, but Formula One (F1) wasn’t one of them, at least until recently.

Varsity, company in design partnership

1 May 2016

FIRST City University College (First City UC) is reinforcing its long-term partnership with GS1 Malaysia as they enter into the 10th year of their collaboration in a packaging design project.

Accolades: Tiffanee (third from left) holding the awards for her father and herself together with (from left) Shahul Hameed, Zahrain, Tengku Sulaiman Shah, Montaha Couture founder Montaha Alajeel and Directive Communication Methodology founder Arthur F Carmazzi at the ceremony.

Dad & daughter get awards

1 May 2016

LIMKOKWING University of Creative Technology founder and president Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing (pic) has been awarded the Legendary Iconic Award for Creativity and Innovation at the Sixth Global Leadership Awards 2016.

Just delicious: Chan (holding the trophy), Eng (with the mock cheque), Tan (second from right) and Wong were named winners after producing their dish. — GLENN GUAN/The Star

Cooking their way to an award

1 May 2016

FOUR Taylor’s University culinology coursemates left their mark when they won the 2016 Research Chefs Association Student Culinology competition.

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