The selection committee of Arryman Fellows has made an announcement for the winners of 2017 Arryman Fellows. They are Muhammad Ridha , Perdana Putri , Robie Kholillurrahman and Sofyan Ansori.
On the 24th of June 2016, ISRSF proudly presented the fourth annual 2016 Arryman Symposium at the Ford Foundation Auditorium, Jakarta. The Symposium was intended to present the researches done by the 2015 Arryman Fellows, Sindhunata Hargyono with his paper titled, Buru Island: Prism of the Indonesian New Order and Norman Joshua Soelias with his paper titled, The Failure of Indonesia’s State Oil Monopoly: The Pertamina Crisis of 1975-1978.
At a ceremony today at the office of the Indonesian Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP), academic leaders signed a Memorandum of Understanding between LPDP and Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, USA.
The Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of Andalas University held the 2015 International Indonesian Forum for Asian Studies (IIFAS). The event, which was a first for the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences to organize, was held on the 29th and 30th of September at Andalas University’s Limau Manis Convention Hall. The 2015 IIFAS set the theme of the regional and international effect of the ASEAN Economic Community. The event also included a tour of the city of Padang and demonstrations on Minangkabau’s rich history and cultural heritage.
Author: Norman Joshua
Some people consider Chicago as one of the coldest cities in America. Others say that it is the windiest. However, Chicago is widely known as one of America’s center for creative industry and arts. Indeed, there is a selection of art and photo galleries in Chicago, and you will never run short of events such as movie screenings, theatre shows, or music gigs. Nevertheless, one of the most renowned is The Art Institute of Chicago, which is located on 111 South Michigan Avenue. Boasting a collection of approximately 300.000 artworks, this museum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Chicago.