MELAKA, 17 Julai 2019 - Sesi "Team Bonding" Institut Sultan Iskandar telah selamat berlangsung di Limas Tiga, Umbai Melaka. Sesi ini telah dihadiri oleh semua staf ISI Johor Bahru dan ISI Kuala Lumpur selama 2 hari dan 1 malam yang bertujuan untuk merapatkan hubungan silaturahim antara staf dan pihak pengurusan. Pihak ISI Kuala Lumpur telah bertindak sebagai hos majlis dan telah mengaturkan beberapa siri aktiviti antaranya sesi tazkirah pagi, permainan berpasukan dan sesi karaoke. Malah penyediaan juadah seperti makan malam BBQ dan sarapan pagi juga telah disediakan secara rewang antara staf. Majlis penutup pada hari kedua menyaksikan sesi perpisahan tertutup untuk Prof Madya Dr Gurupiah Mursib yang juga Ketua Bahagian ISI Kuala Lumpur yang bersara pada Ogos 2019 kelak. Suasana sedih dan sayu menyelubungi apabila PM Dr Rubi menyampaikan sedikit ucapan khas. Sesi team bonding ini diakhiri dengan sesi lawatan sekitar bandar Melaka dan makan tengahari. 

Johor Bahru, Jun 2019 - Ir. Dr. Noorazizi bin Mohd Samsuddin has been appointed as Head of TRAINING, EVENTS & PROFESIONAL DEVELOPMENT in ISI Kuala Lumpur starting from Jun 2019. He is a Senior Lecturer from Engineering and Advanced Technology, Razak Fakulti Teknologi dan Informatik.

 

 

 

 

Johor Bahru, 22 May 2019 - We would like to take this opportunity to give a warm goodbye to one of our fellow management. Dr Irina is leaving after years of attachment to ISI as the Head of Sustainability unit. She is also an academic member at the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai. We wish her all the best for her future endeavours at  the International Islamic University Malaysia.

 

Johor bahru, 25 April 2019 - The publication of the MIT-UTM Malaysia Sustainable Cities Program has finally been concluded. The coffee table book titled “A Gift to Sustainability - MIT - UTM Malaysia Sustainable Cities Program” published in April 2019. 

The five-year Malaysia Sustainable Cities Program (MSCP) was a cornerstone for High Impact international collaboration between Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It was an extensive academic network involving participants and institutions from 17 countries as well as more than 15 universities and research centers worldwide.

The program featured the direct involvement of 34 international academic scholars from fields of expertise and discipline as diverse as urban planning and architecture to areas encompassing social sciences, geography, law, economy, and governance. Its key aims were to document, assess and disseminate the impact of sustainable urban development in Malaysia through a unique model of advocacy that suited the collective visions and interests of academic scholars and research communities from MIT-UTM partnership institutions and selected representatives from the Global South. The program was hosted by two inbound centers for reciprocal academic visits; the first was at UTM, Johor with Institut Sultan Iskandar (ISI) as its management secretariat for MSCP, while Science Impact Collaborative in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning was the counterpart in hosting MSCP’s visiting scholars at MIT, Massachusetts. The fact that Malaysia stood as an important backdrop for research and scholarship on issues pertaining sustainability, particularly in the wake of rapid urbanization processes that transpire in cities and regions, speaks volume of the commitment and advances gained by the country in planning, implementing and managing such effort. With these come numerous challenges and problems that lay along the path of a more sustainable future for the country and the world in general. The MSCP served as a collaborative academic and research platform for gathering information and documenting the state and progress of sustainable urban development in the country.

Subang Jaya, 23 April, 2019 - ISI has been appointed by Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya (MPSJ) as consultant for the ‘Projek Rejuvenasi Perumahan Kos Rendah Bukit Puchong’ and the singning was held at MPSJ office recently. This program is an effort to transform low income community towards building quality neighbourhood spaces through inclusive planning involving all its community members. More importantly, this rejuvenation programme leads to ‘community empowerment’ with intent to inculcate a new community that is self-reliant in developing their neighbourhood agenda. Subang Jaya Municipal Council teamed up with Institut Sultan Iskandar Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (ISI UTM) on the rejuvenation project at Bandar Bukit Puchong low-cost flats. 

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