The inaugural issue of Contact kicks off with inspiring stories of three alumni who have carved successful lives. Dr Aliza Ali, acting Chair at the Cluster of Education and Social Sciences, discusses one of the most common social problems in Malaysia and finally, we also share tips on preparing a stand-out résumé!.
This two-time OUM graduate (and current PhD candidate) proves there is no mountain too high when it comes to achieving her dreams.
Your golden years need not be boring. You don’t have to sit at home and wonder where your life has gone and when your children or grandchildren will visit you again. You can take your life in your hands and do something that is meaningful for you. One octogenarian is living life on his terms, furthering his studies for his own fulfilment. This is his story.
Nelson Mandela once said: “The true character of a society is revealed in how it treats its children.” So what must we do to build a respectable society and protect our children from abuse?
His responsibilities range from preparing apparatuses, samples and reagents in the laboratory to writing articles on football for Semuanya BOLA. Gary Hardin Lugard, 37, plans to continue doing amazing things in life.