6th Board Meeting
SEASN has organized its 6th Board Meeting 14 March 2018 at USM Engineering Campus, Nibong Tebal, Penang. The meeting was chaired by SEASN Chairperson, Profesor Datuk Dr. Asma Ismail, FASc, and attended by several SEASN members from different organizations. SEASN secretariat, assisted by the staff from USM Engineering Campus has prepared video conference facility for SEASN members who could not attend the meeting physically due to unforseen circumstances.
6th Global Higher Education Forum 2018 (GHEF 6.0)
The Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education and Universiti Sains Malaysia in collaboration with International Islamic University Malaysia, The Head Foundation, Singapore and Higher Education Research Association will be organising the 6th Global Higher Education Forum 2018 (GHEF6.0). Details are as follows:
Date: 8 - 10 October 2018
Venue: Le Meridien Hotel, Putrajaya, Malaysia
Theme: Thriving for Knowledge, Industry and Humanity in a Dynamic Higher Education Ecosystem
Abstract Submission Deadline: 31 May 2018
Notification of Acceptance: On/Before 15 June 2018
Full Paper Submission Deadline: 31 August 2018
Registration and Payment (Early Bird): On/Before 30 June 2018
Registration and Payment Deadline: 15 September 2018
All multi-disciplinary experts and scholars from all relevant fields, students as well as practitioners of higher education are invited to submit papers linked to the overall theme.
SEASN Strategic Planning Lab 2018
SEASN organized its second Strategic Planning Lab on 30 January 2018 at USM. The second Strategic Planning Lab was the continuity of the first Strategic Planning Lab which was held on 13 November 2018. The event gathered USM experts and SEASN secretariat to further discuss on developing a clear strategic plan for SEASN in achieving its vision and mission. Two USM experts, Dr Musa Ali & Prof. Dato' Dr. Aileen Tan Shau Hwai, were invited to share their expertise and assist the participants in developing the right strategic plan to further strengthen SEASN in the future.
5th Board Meeting & Strategic Planning Lab 2017
SEASN has organized its 5th Board Meeting and Strategic Planning Lab on 13 November 2017 at Olive Tree Hotel, Penang. The Strategic Planning Lab, conducted from 8.30 am to 1 pm, was attended by SEASN members, observers, and USM experts to discuss on developing a clear strategic plan for SEASN in achieving its vision and mission. In the evening, SEASN Board Members attended the Board Meeting which was chaired by SEASN Chairperson, Prof Datuk Dr Asma Ismail. The 3rd Assembly has been postponed due to unforseen circumstances.
Annoucement-5th SEASN Board Meeting, 3rd SEASN Assembly, & Strategic Planning Lab 2017
SEASN will be organizing its 5th Board Meeting, 3rd Assembly, and Strategic Planning Lab on 13 November 2017 at Olive Tree Hotel, Penang. All SEASN members are invited.
For more information, please contact SEASN Secretariat:
South East Asia Sustainability Network (SEASN),
Level 5, Hamzah Sendut Library,
Universiti Sains Malaysia,
Tel : +604-653 6650 | +604-6535425
Fax: +604-653 5273
Calling for Paper-4th WSSD-U @ USM Penang
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4th SEASN Board Meeting & International Conference On Sustainable Development Goals (ICSDG2016)
SEASN organized its 4th Board Meeting and International Conference On Sustainable Development Goals (ICSDG2016) on 7 to 8 December 2016 at Universiti Sains Malaysia. The conference was launched by YBhg. Datuk Prof Dr Roziah Omar, representative of the Deputy Director of Higher Education Malaysia. The conference supported by the Malaysian National Commission for UNESCO is aimed to seek strong collaboration and cooperation among all organisations in South East Asia Countries in achieving the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Calling for Paper-International Conference On Sustainable Development Goals (ICSDG2016)
SEASN will be organizing the first International Conference on Sustainable Development Goals (ICSDG2016). The conference supported by the Malaysian National Commission for UNESCO is aimed to seek strong collaboration and cooperation among all organisations in South East Asia Countries in achieving the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Authors are invited to submit abstract, full paper & poster describing original research which include, but are not limited to the 5P’s of Sustainable Development: People, Peace, Partnership, Prosperity and Planet. The breakdown of the 17 SDGs is as follows.
For further information, visit www.sdgconference.usm.my.
SEASN Promotes Sustainability for Future Challenges
GEORGE TOWN, Dec 9 2015 (Bernama) -- The South East Asia Sustainability Network (SEASN), initiated by Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) indirectly provides more space for ASEAN Community members to collaborate in the exchange of ideas.
Higher Education Deputy Minister Datuk Mary Yap Kain Ching said the establishment of SEASN brought the agenda of ASEAN which focused on cooperation and regional security.
However, now ASEAN had grown to take larger steps to expand this regional cooperation in the areas of politics, economics, social, technology and others, she said at the SEASN Thematic Working Group (TWG) On Wehab+3 and SEASN Assembly 2015 here Wednesday.
Her speech text was read out by USM vice-chancellor Prof Datuk Dr Omar Osman.
Yap said through the organisation of SEASN and TWG, the participating countries could expand the sustainability agenda that had now become an important agenda in the United Nations.
The United Nations has now introduced Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to replace the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs), where this year will be the final reporting of MDGs," she said.
She said the SDGs contained 17 goals with 169 targets covering a broad range of sustainable development issues that included eradicating poverty and hunger, improving health and education, making cities more sustainable, combating climate change and protecting oceans and forests.
Meanwhile, Omar who is also SEASN chairman, said at the press conference that the idea of SEASN was to exchange information and experience throughout the ASEAN countries to develop new ideas in sustaining the socio-environment.
SEASN currently comprises 38 institutions from five ASEAN countries, namely Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam.