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Workshop: Doaj Journal Indexation

Padang - FE UNP, To improve the quality of existing journals, the Department of Management UNP conducted a training on Journal Indexing DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals). DOAJ is an online directory that indexes and provides access to quality, open access and peer-reviewed journals. The training was conducted for one day on 10th October 2020 with presenters from DOAJ Ambasador For Indonesia and Editor Ikhwan Arief, ST, M.Sc.

Workshop: Stata Application In Management Research

Padang – FE UNP. To improve capabilities in data processing for lecturers, Departement of Management conducted an online Workshop on Application of Stata in management research on 9th October 2020. The speaker of this workshop was Dr Fajri Adrianto, SE.M.Bus from the Andalas Faculty of Padang. This event was opened by the Head of Management Department, Mr. Perengki Susanto, SE, M.Sc, Ph. D and the participants who attended were lecturers from the Department of Management, Faculty of Economics, UNP.

Rector of UNP Officially Opens International Conference PICEEBA 2019

Padang—The Faculty of Economics of Universitas Negeri Padang (FE UNP) has a strong commitment to share a result and find out the latest development of economics. The Rector of UNP, Prof. Ganefri, Ph.D officially opened the International Seminar with entitled “International Conference on Economic, Education, Business, and Accounting (PICEEBA)”. There are 230 scientific articles from researchers which come from various universities in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Pakistan. However, after reviewing process only 110 scientific articles will be presented and published in the Auditorium Prof.

Faculty of Economic Will Enliven KONASPI-IX and The 1st International Conference on March, 13th - 16th 2019, at the Universitas Negeri Padang

The fourth industrial revolution (4.0) is marked by the advancement of technologies and powered by artificial intelligence which creates opportunities and challenges for education systems. University and vocational school graduates face a world transformed by technology which in turn transforms the workplace from task-based to human-centered characteristics. Certain skills such as critical thinking, emotional intelligence, problem solving, cognitive flexibility, and knowledge production are required. To address this demand education system should put revolutionary innovation in its agenda.