Steven Krauss (@ Abd. Lateef), PhD, is a Professor in the Faculty of Educational Studies, and a Research Associate with the Institute for Social Science Studies (IPSAS), UPM. His teaching and scholarship center around youth development, human resource development and qualitative research methods. His current research and scholarship focus on the role of youth-adult partnerships in both out-of-school youth development programs and schools. His work has been published widely in both local and international academic journals, books and book chapters.
Dr. Nik Ahmad Sufian Burhan serves as a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Human Ecology, Universiti Putra Malaysia. His research area of interests include the global study on intelligence (IQ) and scholastic achievement, social stratification, happiness and economic development. Most of his research findings have been published in internationally reputed journals in his fields. He is a member of American Economic Association (AEA) and International Society for Intelligence Research (ISIR), the focal scientific society for the world's researchers on human intelligence.
Dr. Vivien How
Senior Lecturer, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universiti Putra MalaysiaRegistered Chemical Health Risk Assessor, DOSH Malaysia Teaching Instructor, Malaysian Red Crescent Young Scientist, Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR) Programme Research Associate of Institute of Social Science Studies, Universiti Putra Malaysia
Dr. Syarifah Norkhadijah Syed Ismail
Laboratori Kewarganegaraan & Kepimpinan Belia
Prof. Dr. Mohamed Fazli Sabri Kepakaran : Consumer Finance (Personal and Family Finance) Research Interest : Children-Youth-Adult Financial Literacy, Financial Capability, Financial Security, Financial Vulnerability Email : email@example.com
LEE Yok Fee, Ph.D, associate professor in the Faculty of Human Ecology at the University of Putra Malaysia. He was trained in Anthropology & Sociology and specializes in the field of ethnic relations and identity studies. His research focus includes Chinese identity, Buddhist identity, national identity, and social cohesion
Nor Wahiza Abdul Wahat dedicated most of her research focus on human resource development and psychology of disabilities as well as training design and management. Till September 2020, she has led 8 research projects as principal investigator (RM302,380) and 3 consultancy projects as principal consultant (RM131,590. Nor Wahiza Abdul Wahat has produced 82publications (Scopus h-index: 3 & Google Scholar h-index: 9).
He is an expert of Knowledge management and Software Engineering fields. These fields of expertise are very useful in managing knowledge (tacit and explicit) of best practise or lesson learnt for community of practise (CoP) physically or virtually especially in related to software development as a knowledge factory environment. Therefore, the members of CoP can promote knowledge sharing among them towards the community of the future or Society 5.0.
Prof. Madya Dr. Marzanah A. Jabar
Current research interests are in Software Engineering, Knowledge Management, Information Management Systems, and Enterprise Software Development. Marzanah is the Principal Investigator for 32 research grants valued at RM2 millions, consultation work worth at RM300,000 and has published in more than 180 articles in journals, proceedings, book chapters and others. Additionally, Dr. Marzanah has more than 50 copyrights and 2 patents to her name. She has also successfully commercialized 1 product from her own research.
Prof. Madya Dr. Mohd Nizam Osman
Prof. Madya Dr. Masrah Azrifah Azmi Murad
Masrah Azrifah Azmi Murad received her PhD in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Bristol, and she is currently an associate professor at the Universiti Putra Malaysia. She has led seven research projects funded by the University and government bodies, and currently leading an on-going two research projects, while a co-researcher in other three projects. She has published nationally and internationally in cited journals and conference proceedings and also serves as editorial member in some Scopus-indexed journals. Her current research interests include text mining, sentiment mining, and intelligent information systems.
Dr. Wan Munira Wan Jaafar
Wan Munira is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology specializing in Digital Society. Her research interests lie primarily in social and cultural implications of the Internet and new media ranging from the rise of network society to broader debates surrounding the human and social aspects of innovation and technological change. Her current work focuses on potential implications of a transition to Society 5.0 from the view of developing nation.
Dr Mursyid has been widely published, as author or co-author of a book, book chapters, monographs,bproceedings, and scores of scholarly papers and related materials in areas such as youth development, extension education, human resource development and community education. He received a bachelordegree in Human Resource Development in 2008, a master degree in Extension Education in 2010 and a doctorate in Extension Education (Youth Development) from UPM in 2016.