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Study of United States Institute for Student Leaders on Religious Pluralism 2011 - Participants

SUSI for Student Leaders
Religious Pluralism 2011

- The Great Participants-





Slideshow of SUSI on Religious Pluralism 
in order of appearance  ..
1. Zeva Aulia Sudana (International Relations-UNPAR)
2. Ghufron Mustsqim (International Relations-UGM)
3. Ratna Sari (International Relations-Universitas Jember)
4. Ilham Muh. Firdaus (English Education  - UIN Bandung)
5. Safitri Bonea P. (American Studies - UNS)
6. Febe Amalia H. (International Relations - UNPAD)
7. M. Iman Usman (International Relations - UI)
8. Jessica Angkasa (International Relations - UPH)
9. Asep Nanda P. (Accounting - UMS)
10. Elaine Tan (Business and Economics - UI)
11. Muhammad Rizqi A. (American Studies - UNS)
12. Nurul Ichsani (Communication - UNHAS)
13. Safrin La Batu (English Literature - UNHAS)
14. Salwa Amaliyah (Mathematics Education - IAIN Sunan Ampel)
15. Moh Hamli (Islamic History and Civilization  - UIN Jogja)
16. Nur Hayati S. (English Education - UIN Jakarta) 
17. Gugun Gumilar (English Education - UIN Bandung)
18. Shuresj Tomaluweng (Christian Theology - UKIM, Ambon)
19. Fajrin An Nur (English Education - IAIN Sunan Ampel)
20. Ridwan Sobirin (Economics - UNPAD)

-SUSI RPA Staffs as well as Lecturers-


In order of appearance ...
1. Dr. Julie Sheetz-Willard
2. Dr. Barbara Zassloff
3. Prof. Leonard Swidler
4. Kak Yeni :)
5. Dr. Racelle Weimann
6. Fady Isleem
7. Per Faaland
8. Rebecca K Mays and Stuart Mays
9. Juliet Spitzer
10. Suzanne Morelle


May we meet again someday and somewhere :)

Comments

  1. I lote it very much...

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  2. Assalamu'alaikum kak, mau tanya yaaa...
    Namaku naila dari undip... Aku pengen banget ikut program ini. Jadi, mau nanya2 boleh kan kak?
    Yang pertama, kalo ikut program SUSI itu pengumuman diterima ato enggaknya biasanya tau darimana ya? Soalnya di websitenya kok gak ada info2 lebih detail gitu ya?
    Yang kedua, itu program rutin tahunan ya?
    Yang ketiga, tolong kasi tips n trik dong kak... Masukan ato saran biar bisa lolos seleksi....
    Makasi sebelumnya kak....

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  3. Kalo pengumuman biasanya dihubungi US Embassy, via surat resmi atau telpon.

    SUSI emang program rutin, tapi ada periodenya. check web US Embassy Indonesia untuk info lanjutnya.

    Tips and tricks buat lolos, hmm, bikin essay yang tepat :) Perbanyak social activism !

    Good luck

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  4. Ehm....... really great
    actually I wanna to join in this program!
    I have sent an essay then, they replied and said that I need to complete the form.

    abis tu ngapain lagi ya? hehehhee.....

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  5. kan itu satu paket, kirim form yg ada essay nya. jadi ga sendiri sendiri

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  6. salam..kak,, apa dulu kk nunggu pengumumannya juga lama?

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  7. dulu pengumuman via sms / telpon kalo ga dihubungi ya berati ga keterima. sekarang kalo ga salah udah ada yang dihubungi.

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  8. Mas dulu jeda waktu antara apply dan pengumuman brapa lama?

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  9. jeda nya beberapa bulan sih lupaa. kalo yang angkatan iini udah diumumkan kok

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