Yoanda Audritama, Forestry Student Class of 2020, was appointed as Vice President of the UNIB Student Executive Board 2024

Yoanda Audritama, Forestry Student Class of 2020, was appointed as Vice President of the UNIB Student Executive Board 2024

Bengkulu University, March 25 2024
Today, the Forestry Department is proud of the inauguration of Yoandha Audritama Ihza Kesuma as Student Vice President for 2024. Yoan, a class of 2020 student from the Forestry Studies Program, is trusted to hold this important role in student leadership on campus.

The inauguration ceremony, which was held solemnly and enthusiastically, was attended by a number of essential figures from student organizations. The atmosphere of joy radiated clearly from the faces of those present, reflecting great hopes for a better future for BEM KBM UNIB under new leadership.
Yoan, with his study background in forestry, has demonstrated a strong commitment and dedication to environmental development and sustainability. The decision to appoint him as Student Vice President is seen as the right step to bring progressive ideas and initiatives in this regard into the student leadership agenda.

Yoan expressed his gratitude for the trust given to him by fellow students and the university. He promised to work hard to realize the shared vision and mission to improve the quality of education, fight for student rights, and organize various programs that can have a positive impact on the campus, students and the surrounding community.

The Chancellor congratulated Yoanda on her inauguration as Vice President of Students. He also emphasized the importance of the role of students in campus development, as well as providing full support for the programs that Student President Yoan will carry out as his representative and his team.
With a new steely spirit, Yoandha Audritama Ihza Kesuma together with all other student BEM administrators are ready to take on this noble task. All parties hope that this new leadership will bring meaningful progress to Bengkulu University, as well as inspire generations of students to continue to contribute to nation-building through the world of education.

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