September 20, 2015, by Graham Kendall
MyMentor on the road (UniSZA and UMT)
Visit to Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) (15 Sep 2015); Left to right – Cik Noorasiah Moidu, Assistant Registrar, Academic Talent Management Center, UMT; Deepa Kumari Veerasingam, MyMentor Project Manager; Dr. Jarina Mohd Jani, Director, International Networking Office, UMT; Prof Dato’Dr. Nor Aieni Binti Haji Mokhtar, Vice Chancellor, UMT; Professsor Graham Kendall, Vice-Provost (Research and Knowledge Transfer), University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus; Prof.Madya.Dr.Mohd Ikmar Nizam Bin Haji Mohamad Isa, Director, Research Management Center, UMT; Prof Hamdan Bin Suhaimi, Director, Center for Academic Planning and Management, UMT; Dr. Mohd Nazli bin Mohd Noor, Head of Risk Management, Center for Transformation, Strategic Planning and Risk Management, UMT
Visit to Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA), Gong Badak Campus, Kuala Terengganu (15 Sep 2015); Left to right – Professsor Graham Kendall, Vice-Provost (Research and Knowledge Transfer), University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus; Prof. Dr. HJ. Mohd Ekhwan HJ. Toriman; Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research & Development, UniSZA; Deepa Kumari Veerasingam, MyMentor Project Manager; Cik. Ummul Liya Sassuia binti Shafie, Assistant Registrar, UniSZA
On the 15 Sep 2015 two members of the MyMentor team visited UniSZA (Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin) and UMT (Universiti Malaysia Terengganu) to present the MyMentor program and to discuss other opportunities that might exist.
The MyMentor team, on this occasion, comprised of Professsor Graham Kendall, Vice-Provost (Research and Knowledge Transfer), University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus and Deepa Kumari Veerasingam, MyMentor Project Manager.
The visit was not only enjoyable, but also very useful useful and informative.
On behalf of the MyMentor team (both those present, and those not), I’d like to express our thanks to both UniSZA and UMT for taking the time to meet with us and also for their hospitality. As you’ll see from some of the pictures below, it was not all work!, but there was time for some shopping and a very nice early dinner on the coast of the South China Sea.
We are already looking forward to our next trip!