On December 29, 2021, FPIPS UPI had guests from the Army History Service. The group was welcomed by the Dean of FPIPS UPI, Dr. Agus Mulyana, M. Hum. The activity began with a presentation from the TNI AD Disjarah regarding the profile and history of the institution. The activity continued with discussing the collaboration between the Army History Service and FPIPS, especially Study Programs. UPI History Education. Various proposals for cooperation related to the Tri Dharma of Higher Education, research, education, and community service. The cooperation will be stated in the MoU between the two institutions. The activity ended with a visit from the Indonesian Army delegation to various FPIPS facilities and the National Education Museum. Study program. History Education specifically requests that TNI personnel at the TNI AD Disjarah, all of whom are historians, even with postgraduate education, can become guest lecturers, fill national seminars, including exploring internships for students at the TNI AD Disjarah. These proposals were well received by the Disjarah party and will soon be included in the MoU.
When I was preparing my first event, I was told about the funny rule “The Duck Face” (The Duck Face Rule). This means that outwardly you should be calm and peaceful. In fact, you are actively paddling underwater to keep yourself afloat, but no one should know about it. Until now, I consider this plan a large-scale event the most valuable rule. Organizing an event is not an easy task, but I can highlight 10 key points that you need to pay attention to in order for everything to be successful.