11 July 2014
National University of Singapore (NUS) with Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Universitas Katolik Soegijapranata, and Universitas Pelita Harapan held NUS FASStrack Asia Summer School - FST 2203 in Indonesia on 4-14 July 2014. The purpose of this program was to share knowledge within the scope of food science and related sciences through industry, plantation, nursery plants, milking and visit of cultural sites in West Java and Central Java.
11 July 2014
For a lecturer teaching students is part of his/her job, while for a scientist implementing a research program is his/her regular job. But if a lecturer uses shadow puppet for his teaching method is really extraordinary job. Dr.Ir. Budi JarwadiHernowo, M.ScF., Lecturer of the Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism of Faculty of Forestry, Bogor Agricultural University he acted as a puppeteer in his performance when he was invited as a resource person for the “SiaranPedesaan” (a special broadcast for peasants and villagers) on FM 93.75 RRI sometime ago. Dr.Ir. Budi JarwadiHernowo, M.ScF. or Ki Jarwadi, commonly his colleagues addressed him, stated that agriculture is basic source of and drives the life of Indonesians. The terrestrial ecosystem is the dominant natural resources in Indonesia's. Ki Jarwadi argues, for the developmentof Indonesian agricultural it should be based on the conservationof culture and art. Conservation is the sustainable agriculture. With regard to arts and culture – based conservation, the agriculture development should be based on seneng, endah, nengsemakelanirama(happy, beautiful, attractive and rhythm). Culture is ideals that cause beauty in sustainable agriculture or agriculture-based conservation to achieve sustainable results, sustainable business, social sustainable agriculture, and sustainable environment.