Bengkel Permurnian Kertas Konsep – Long Term Research Grant MyInovasi-UMK2012 Winning Research Proposal Series – 40 FRGS potential proposals! UMK was awarded RM130,870 – Knowledge Tranfer Program to develop MAKE Model for Agribusiness Sector UMK EXCELLENCE IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP – AN APEX UNIVERSITY IN THE REGION Rasch Model Won 3 Awards

Welcome to Professor Dr. Raja Suzana website. She is now served as the Honorary Professor at the Stichting Eurogio University College Netherlands and a Visiting Scholar at the Babson Global, a member of the Global Consortium for Entrepreneurship Educations, US. A product of the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship from Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK; she is also the Founder of Social Enterprise Malaysia, an entity that focused on social innovation and helps young people living in the marginalised community to engage into business and start-up venture.


Preliminary findings from our research programmes youth issues

I am delighted to have the support of my team researchers as part of our long-standing partnership with those who involved particularly from UUM, UKM, PERKASA, UPSI, UMK, UITM, and UPM.  The preliminary report shows impressive growth and optimism of the team and highlights areas in repositioning youth into the mainstream.  In this essence, we also optimism where the social enterprise incubator will appear to be the role modelling the way to do business/startup venture

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A two-day Workshop on Instrument Development for Research on Youth Issues

A two-day workshop with an objective to develop research instruments from various research projects under this Long Term Research Grant Scheme is held at the Royal Bintang, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.  This workshop is attended by 15 researchers from the following public universities and  five graduate research assistants: Universiti Malaysia Kelantan Universiti Utara Malaysia Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia PERKASA, UKM Universiti Teknologi MARA (Shah Alam) Universiti Teknologi MARA (Sarawak) Universiti Putra Malaysia

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RISE-Q: Preliminary survey with youth living in the marginalised communities: Central Zone

The preliminary survey was conducted among youth living in the marginalised communities for the Central Zone.  This initial findings concluded the following recommendations set for the researcher to get more ready on: o This preliminary report of RISE-Q shows the unique value that lies in collaborative research efforts. o The unique dataset that has been generated should be exploited in different ways, be it for practitioner-oriented reports or academic publications. o Investigating cross-cultural patterns and

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Focused Group Discussion with Youth Living in the Marginalised Communities

The research gathered information and early fact-findings from diverse background of youth between ages of 15-25 years old: Focus group 1 – Malays, India and Chinese Focus group 2 – Malays and India Focus group 3 – Malays and India Among themes that emerged was regroup according to the: 1. outreach issues on entrepreneurship programmes created by NGOs, government agencies and corporate responsibility programme of the private organisations and academic institutions 2. Youth initiatives –

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Innovating Malaysia Conference 2014

Networking and partnership moment with leaders of innovation in the region. Knowledge factors for growth and its utilization is emerging. ENTREPRENEURSHIP is one of the key issues being emphasized in this Return on Innovation theme of 2014 Innovating Malaysia Conference.

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External Examiner for the American Degree Transfer Programme at Sunway University

The process of auditing and evaluating the academic policy and quality assurance of the courses offered under the American Degree Transfer Programme by Sunway University was completed on 13th August, 2014.  along with the assessment, attendance at the Faculty Assessment Board Meeting to observe, and comment on the currency and relevancy of the programme in relation to evidence of current professional/industrial/commercial practices and the potential of students’ future employability.  The session was deemed to be

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LRGS Project 5- UMK: Empowerment Program for Youth in the Marginalized Communities: Towards Positive Youth Development

  The Project leader presented current levels of youth empowerment programmes and its issues among youth in the marginalised communities in Malaysia.  Some brief framework to guide the development of research instrument was presented and preliminary study was conducted to identify the programmes initiated (by the Youth NGOs, government agencies and some corporate sectors who are keen to pursue entrepreneurship development programmes) if the programmes were able to create and support the conditions where youth

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LRGS Project 4, Education Faculty, UKM: Collaborative Formal And Non-Formal Education Re-Engineering In Regenerating Youth Development In Marginalised Community Towards Employability in Malaysia

  The project has presented the online survey which served as a preliminary data gathering to seek and explore youth’s perception on barriers and opportunities; particularly in labour market attachment and integration in knowledge perspective.  The project leader, Prof. Datuk Dr. T. Subhan from Faculty of Education, UKM, presented the current progress on the development of the instrument and will work with the team on examining the impact of geographical location on youth employability; and

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LRGS Project 3-UUM: Media And Participation Among Youth In Marginalized Communities in Malaysia

The UUM LRGS Project 3 has completed the preliminary survey and focused group discussion detailing the current participations of youth in context with the marginalised communities.  Professor Dr. Nurshuhada Shiratuddin presented the current status of young people participation in the area of Baling, Kota Setar and Kubang Pasu.  The focused group discussion entailed rich data which is able to reveal the existing and changing participation norms in the many aspect of social, political settings and

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LRGS Project 2- UPSI: Social Environment And Infrastructure Sustainability Towards Healthy And Quality Lifestyle of Youth in the Marginalized Communities in Malaysia

The Programme Leader thanked to Prof. Dr. Saberi Othman and his team on the progress report presented along with the development of instrument for the preliminary survey and data gathering.  It is within the time-line of the research where the main aim is to develop a sustainable neighborhood design with limited living, social and family spaces into a greater  community.    

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