Yana S. Hijri, S.IP, M.IP.
The Head of Governmental Science Laboratory for 2018-2022 is a very energetic and sociable person. He was born in Bandung in 1979. Undergraduate level education was pursued in the same department as the best graduate of Government Science Department in 2002 with the title of thesis: "Political Process of Establishment of Banten Province". And then, he continued his undergraduate education in Local Politics Study at University of Indonesia.
The lecturer who is active in conducting research and community service focuses on problems or issues in the realm of government and society. Some titles from his research in the last five years: Understanding of Multiculturalism of Multi-Ethnic Communities in Managing Social and Political Conflict in Malang City (DP3M-DIKTI); Participatory Budgeting in the 2007 Malang City Budget (DPPM-UMM); Model of Conflict Management in Election of Regional Heads in Strengthening National Integration (National Strategic Research in Regional Autonomy and Nation Integration) (DIKTI-Depdiknas Grants); Assessment of Malang City as Resilient City (Block Grant FISIP-UMM); South Malang Coastal Forest Management Model Through Green Belt Movement for Disaster Mitigati on (DPPM-PUPS). The several titles of devotion carried out during the last five years: IbM Formulation and Assistance in Management of Village Administration Based on Law No.16 of 2014 (Block Grant FISIP-UMM); Academic Manuscript Preparation and Assistance of Regional Regulation Draft Regarding Tuberculosis (TB) Control in Malang Regency TB Team Regional Leader Aisyiyah Kab. Malang in 2015-2016 (PPM PSK2-PB); Increasing Community Capacity in Preparing for Disaster in Kota Lama Kelurahan Kedungkandang Malang in 2016 (BPBD Kota Malang); Increasing Community Capacity in Preparing for Disaster in the Bareng Village, Klojen Malang District in 2016 (BPBD Kota Malang); Training for Improvement of HR Disaster Assessment Capacity in Malang City BPBD (Malang City BPBD); Strengthening the Capacity of Disaster Resilient Villages in Malang Regency (DPPM-PPK).
Aside from actively conducting research and community service, he also actively writes articles in several journals and newspapers. Some of them are KPUD, Direct Local Election and Local Democracy (Bestari Scientific Journal No.37 / Th.XXI / 2008); Prevent Corruption (Malang Post Daily); Transparency of CPNS Recruitment: A Must (Malang Post Daily); Indirect Local Election Threat of Democracy (Malang Post Daily); Unraveling the Anatomy of Conflict Local Election in Simultaneous (Harian Bhirawa). Not only writing, he was actively involved and plunged into the field in various survey activities. Pre-Local Election Survey 2017 in Batu City (CSSC Malang); Socio-Economic Survey of Disaster Impacted Communities in Bareng Village, Kec. Kljen, Malang City (Malang City BPBD); Quick Count Survey of Batu City Pemilukada, 15 February 2017 (UMM & ATV Batu).
Lecturers actively organizing include Muhammadiyah Youth Center Leaders, Indonesian Center for Social Studies Community (CSSC), and also in the Association of Indonesian Government Lecturers (ADIPSI). Of course, by looking at his track record, Laboratory of Government Science Department will be more advanced and developing.