The Campus Community Grant is an initiative fully supported by the Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation) at Universiti Malaya. The grant aims to improve skills, transfer knowledge and technologies, and solve community problems or improve the quality of life for both students and staff at the university. This grant is inspired by translational-and-action-oriented research and community-based research and is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals introduced by the United Nations in 2015.
By utilizing the Campus Community Grant, Universiti Malaya is taking a significant strategic step towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by transforming the university into a living laboratory for research. This provides researchers with the opportunity to present their findings directly to internal and external stakeholders, allowing for valuable feedback. The grant serves as a platform for the Universiti Malaya community to actively participate, gain information, enhance skills, and obtain practical experiences.
The Campus Community Grant program is expected to serve as a model that can be replicated and applied to internal and external communities of Universiti Malaya, as well as stakeholders involved in the development of campus communities. Ultimately, the Campus Community Grant serves as an important means to promote human development and well-being, as well as to achieve sustainable development goals by 2030.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Last Update: 26/04/2023