Management and Science University (MSU) School of Education and Social Sciences (SESS) held an award-giving ceremony at the conclusion of the SESS Colloquium held in MSU main campus in Shah Alam recently.
Best Poster and Best Project awards were presented to five recipients each, from the 18 shortlisted and the 168 who participated.
Heading the lists for both the Best Poster and the Best Project awards with her presentation on “The perception of MSU SESS BTESL students towards plagiarism in academic projects” is Nur Adriana Mokhtar from the Bachelor in Education – TESL (Hons) programme.
In second place for Best Poster is Nurbasyira Nordin, also from the Bachelor in Education – TESL (Hons) programme, with her presentation of “Management and Science University students’ experience of online learning in ESL classroom during the COVID-19 pandemic”.
Taking the second spot for Best Project is Rangethasri Seralle Joyce Rajah from the Bachelor in Psychology (Honours) programme, with “The relationship between body mass index, bully victimization, and prevalence of depression among SESS students at MSU Shah Alam”.
The rest in the recipients lists follow, respectively as the third-, the fourth-, and the fifth-place winners.
Best Poster Award
Ikmal Aiman Omar of Bachelor of Public Relations Management (Hons), with “The study of omnichannel marketing within the online gaming industry and its impact towards consumer behavior”;
Nur Azreen Omar of Bachelor in Early Childhood Education (Hons), with “Teachers’ language practices and academic outcomes of preschool children”;
Nur Hidayah Fazri Suhailan of Bachelor in Psychology (Honours), with “Differentiation in attitudes and experiences of sexual harassment between adult men and adult women”.
Best Project Award
Afrina Marsya Mohd Fadzli of Bachelor in Psychology (Honours), with “The correlation between Social Media utilization, peer pressure, and family environment on social anxiety among undergraduates at Management and Science University (MSU)”;
Umassree Murugesan of Bachelor in Psychology (Honours), with “The relationship between Social Media addiction and life satisfaction among young adults at Management and Science University (MSU)”;
Lunesh Nalla Sivam of Bachelor in Education – TESL (Hons), with “MSU undergraduate students’ perception on the importance of using and learning English as a communicative language on a daily basis”.
In the shortlist were ten from the Bachelor in Education – TESL (Hons) programme, which counted 107 participations; three from the Bachelor in Early Childhood Education (Hons) programme, which fielded 30; two from the Bachelor of Public Relations Management (Hons) programme, out of 13; two from the Bachelor in Psychology (Honours) programme, out of 14; and one out of four from the Bachelor of Counselling and Guidance (Hons)