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Achievements

Lee May Yan

ENGINEERING AN IMPERIAL TRACK RECORD

Lee May Yan |  Alumna, BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering

  • Selected by Imperial College London to advance high impact research on how cenosphere extraction could be improved in 2016.
  • Imperial College London and Tsinghua University annually select UCSI’s top engineering students to push the frontiers of science.

An alumna of SMK USJ12, Selangor


Gary Poh Kwor Xiang

ENGINEERING AN IMPERIAL TRACK RECORD

Gary Poh Kwor Xiang |  Current student, BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering

  • Selected by Imperial College London to advance high impact research on protein crystallisation in 2017.
  • Imperial College London and Tsinghua University annually selected UCSI’s top engineering students to push the frontiers of science.

An alumnus of SMJK(C) Heng Ee, Penang.


THE BUILD A SLIDE STRUCTURE (BASS) COMPETITION 2018

THE BUILD A SLIDE STRUCTURE (BASS) COMPETITION 2018

LING POH CHOO, WONG YOONG, TEH YU XUAN, TAN KHAI KIM AND KENT GAN WAI |  BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering

Congratulations to Team “We Will Win (3W)”.

Civil Engineering students win 2nd Runner Up Prize in the BUILD A SLIDE STRUCTURE (BASS) Competition 2018.

The team not only showed their exemplary skills in structural design, but also excellent teamwork and creativity in building lightweight structures.


Associate Professor Dr Ganeshsree Selvachandran

2018 VENUS INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S AWARD AND AWARD FOR PUBLICATION EXCELLENCE

Associate Professor Dr Ganeshsree Selvachandran |  Deputy Dean, Faculty of Business and Information Science

UCSI congratulates Associate Professor Dr Ganeshsree Selvachandran on being a recipient of the 2018 Venus International Women’s Award by the Centre For Advanced Research and Design of the Venus International Foundation, Chennai, India. Her second accolade, the i-Proclaim Ara 2017 Award for Publication Excellence, was granted by the Asian Business Consortium (ABC) which acknowledged Dr Ganeshsree for her Loyalty and Dedication as a Young Scientist. 


Prof Ooi Keng Boon

LEADING THE WAY THROUGH RESEARCH

Professor Dr Ooi Keng Boon |  Dean, Faculty of Business and Information Science

UCSI congratulates Professor Ooi Keng Boon and his co-authors on winning the Top Cited Paper (2012-2017) award by Elsevier (US) for their paper, titled Predicting Consumer Decision to Adopt Mobile Commerce: Cross Country Empirical Examination between China and Malaysia.


Loh Wai Leng

BEST PAPER AWARD (ORAL PRESENTATION CATEGORY) IN THE 8TH GREEN SUSTAINABLE BIOTECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM 2018

Carmen Loh Wai Leng |  MSc Applied Sciences, by Research

Congratulations to Ms Carmen Loh Wai Leng, who netted the 1st prize for the Best Paper Award (Oral Presentation Category) in the 8th Green Sustainable Biotechnology Symposium 2018 on 19th January held at National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan. 

Carmen is a MSc student supervised by Assistant Professor Dr Grrace Ng Hui Suan.


5TH PENANG INTERNATIONAL HALAL CHEFS CHALLENGE 2018

William Anak Anthony Abong |  Head of Department, Hospitality and Culinary Arts, Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Winning Category:

  • Asian Main Course 1 - Fish/Seafood

Winning Award:

  • Diploma Awards


THE RESULTS FROM CHIENG’S STUDY OFFERED USEFUL INSIGHTS FOR THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF HRM PRACTICES FOR MALAYSIAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES.

Chieng Heng Ping |  Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)

Study: The Mediating Effect of Organisational Commitment on the Relationship between Human Resource Management (HRM) Practices and Organisational Performance in the Malaysian Construction Industry.

Seeking to determine the impact of current human resource management practices on organisational performance and staff commitment, Chieng’s study involved front line employees in a group of 3,286 large construction companies affiliated with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB).

Chieng’s study collected 205 pockets of usable data that sought to determine the impact of HRM practices (e.g. recruitment, selection, training, compensation, performance appraisals and job design) in the industry. The findings showed that unlike other HRM practices, training and performance appraisals did not have a strong correlation with performance and organisational commitment. The results from this study offered useful insights for the future development of HRM practices for Malaysian construction companies.


Khairil Anwar Abu Kassim

KHAIRIL ANWAR 'S STUDY WON THE BEST PAPER AWARD AT THE ACADEMICS WORLD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN TOKYO, JAPAN.

Khairil Anwar Abu Kassim |  Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)

Study: Factors Determining Consumer Behaviour towards Purchases of Safer Cars in Malaysia.

Khairil Anwar is a firm advocate of road safety. He is currently the Secretary General of ASEAN NCAP – a new car assessment program for Southeast Asia – at the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS). Prior to this, he headed MIROS’ Crash Safety Engineering unit and worked in Japan.

Eager to challenge himself and enhance his management skills, Khairil Anwar enrolled at UCSI University to pursue the DBA. Pursuing his affinities, he employed the theory of planned behaviour to investigate consumer behaviour towards purchasing safer cars in Malaysia. Purposed to understand preferences and identify the gaps that that prevent a five-star car safety scenario in Malaysia, the study won the Best Paper Award at the Academics World International Conference in Tokyo, Japan.


Assistant Professor Dr Kow Kien Wah

2017 SCIENCE EDUCATION AWARD

Assistant Professor Dr Kow Kien Wah

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Dr Kow Kien Wah on being accorded the 2017 Science Education Award consolation prize by the Malaysia Toray Science Foundation.


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