Human resources are an essential component in an educational institution. Human resources consist of lecturers and teaching staff. In the lecturer section, several details are discussed, namely the number of lecturers, academic qualifications, academic positions, lecturers in charge of courses, teaching time, research, and service. The teaching staff includes the suitability and needs of study programs in implementing education, administration, and organization. FPIPS always conducts monitoring and evaluation related to human resources. The form of assessment is carried out by the deputy dean of human resources and finance.
In the study program, the placement of lecturers is under the leadership of the head of the study program. For the order of lecturers, the head of the study program conducts through the mechanism of lecturer meetings held at the beginning of each semester. Before the lecturer meeting is held at the beginning of the semester, the head of the study program first makes a schedule of courses. In that schedule, lecturers teach classes according to their educational background and teaching experience in those courses.
Placement of lecturers in teaching courses as stated in the lecture schedule then discussed in lecturer meetings and asking for approval from lecturers. Especially for newly graduated lecturers who are accepted as lecturers, the head of the study program assisted by the study program staff will place lecturers who have just graduated from the selection results. The procedure for setting the newly accepted lecturers is carried out starting withholding a study program meeting. In the forum, the head of the study program mapped the number of lecturer teams in all certain subjects.
Especially for education staff, study programs only accept placements according to faculty policies in terms of the order of educational staff in study programs, such as administrative staff. The study program only takes assignments based on assignments from the faculty. Especially for non-PNS academic staff, they are appointed as UPI employees based on the Rector’s Decree. They are placed following the position of the respective unit leaders, for example, for placement in study programs based on the Dean’s Assignment Letter.
The study program has 18 lecturers who teach in the History Education Study Program. The lecturer qualifications include three lecturers with the academic position of Professor, eight lecturers with the educational status of Head Lector, two lecturers with the academic rank of Lecturer, two lecturers with the academic standing of expert assistant, and three lecturers with academic positions as teaching staff. Furthermore, of the 18 lecturers in the Study Program, around 15 lecturers already have educator certificates. Eight lecturers still hold Master’s degrees, but 4 of them are continuing their studies, and the rest are on the waiting list.
On average, in the last three years, permanent lecturers in history education have guided between 2 and 12 students. Fifteen lecturers in the History Education Study Program already have the task of being the principal supervisory Lecturer. Lecturers who still have academic positions as teaching staff still need guidance until the time comes to become the final project supervisor. The activeness of the lecturers can be seen from the tri dharma that is carried out both related to educational aspects, namely learning, mentoring, research, and community service. The research of the lecturers of the History Education study program is independent and funded. Twenty-two kinds of research are funded and independent in the last three years, while funding sources for domestic institutions (outside PT) are two studies. Overall, from the 2019, 2020, and 2021 timeframe, there are 24 studies in the History Education Study Program. The scientific publications of permanent lecturers of the History Education study program in the last three years amounted to 51 publication titles. Overall, permanent lecturers of the History Education Study Program in the previous three years have written 26 non-credited national journal publications, 12 accredited national journal publications, one international journal, six international seminars, and six articles in regional mass media. Lecturers of the History Education Study Program have the title of DTPS scientific articles that have been cited in the last three years as many as 51 articles. This shows that the permanent lecturers of the History Education study program are active in conducting research.
Lecturers of the History Education Study Program have 10 IPRs or copyrights in the form of (Writes/Articles) or the document (Research Reports. In 2019 the History Education Study Program had 3 IPRs. In 2020, it had 5 IPRs, and in 2021, it has 2 IPRs. As for related to Books with ISBN, The History Education Study Program in the last three years has five books with ISBN, namely Prose from Prague and Ecopedagogy in 2019, Creative Pedagogic Books, Learning History Through Literature, and Middle School Curriculum Books from the Dutch East Indies Period to the Present in 2020.