APPOINTED AS THE VISITING PROFESSOR FOR CENTRE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, ADAMSON UNIVERSITY, PHILIPPINESProfessor Dr Garry Tan Wei Han |  UCSI Graduate Business School
Congratulations to Professor Dr Garry Tan Wei Han for being appointed as the Visiting Professor for Centre for Research and Development, Adamson University, Philippines
AWARDED THE EMERGING TECHNOLOGY - RENEWABLE ENERGY AWARD AT THE MALAYSIA TECHNOLOGY EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2023Associate Professor EUR ING Ts Dr Yeap Swee Pin & Assistant Professor Dr Teng Kah Hou |  Faculty of Engineering, Technology and Built Environment
Congratulations to Associate Professor EUR ING Ts Dr Yeap Swee Pin and Assistant Professor Dr Teng Kah Hou for being awarded the Emerging Technology - Renewable Energy Award at the Malaysia Technology Excellence Awards 2023.
Title: Converting Waste Cooking Oil (WCO) to Green Fuel: A Cheras Community Recycling Project
AWARDED THE “BEST DEVELOPMENT PAPER AWARD” BY THE BRITISH ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT AT THE BAM2022 CONFERENCE.Assistant Professor Dr Muhammad Ali |   Head of Praxis, Industry and Community Engagement
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Dr Muhammad Ali for being awarded the “Best Development Paper Award” by the British Academy of Management at The BAM2022 Conference. The conference was hosted by Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester.
PROFESSOR DR PHANG RECEIVES RECOGNITION FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF MALAYAEmeritus Professor Dr Phang Siew Moi |  Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research and Postgraduate Studies
Congratulations to Professor Dr Phang Siew Moi, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research and Postgraduate Studies, UCSI University who was conferred the title Emeritus Professor by the University of Malaya for her contributions in Algae Research in its 59th Convocation Ceremony on 12 October 2019
KHAIRIL ANWAR 'S STUDY WON THE BEST PAPER AWARD AT THE ACADEMICS WORLD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN TOKYO, JAPANKhairil Anwar Abu Kassim |  Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
Study: Factors Determining Consumer Behaviour towards Purchases of Safer Cars in Malaysia.
Khairil Anwar is a firm advocate of road safety. He is currently the Secretary General of ASEAN NCAP – a new car assessment program for Southeast Asia – at the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS). Prior to this, he headed MIROS’ Crash Safety Engineering unit and worked in Japan.
Eager to challenge himself and enhance his management skills, Khairil Anwar enrolled at UCSI University to pursue the DBA. Pursuing his affinities, he employed the theory of planned behaviour to investigate consumer behaviour towards purchasing safer cars in Malaysia. Purposed to understand preferences and identify the gaps that that prevent a five-star car safety scenario in Malaysia, the study won the Best Paper Award at the Academics World International Conference in Tokyo, Japan.