Organisation Chart

Prof. Dato’ Dr. Noraini binti Idris

(Founder)

Prof. Dato’ Dr. Noraini binti Idris

Professor Dato’ Dr. Noraini Idris is an educator, consultant, and distinguished mathematic educator. She gained her PhD from The Ohio State University, USA and has been entrusted with the position of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation) at Sultan Idris Education University as well as well as Dean of the Faculty of Education at University of Malaya. She published a variety of national and international academics publications to her credit and is a Fulbright Research Fellow.

Subsequently, she presented papers both nationally and internationally and conducted several researches with UNESCO, the British Council, Australian Universities – such as Melbourne, Sydney and the Sumitomo, Japan. Her research areas are mathematics education, teacher education, computer-assisted assessment, higher education, and comparative education. She has been the principal investigator for a a government-funded research on Development of A Teacher Education Model for Preparing Quality Teachers for The Future and Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM).

She is an active research member on Classroom for Teaching and Learning of Mathematics research team comprises of USA, Germany, Italy, Spain, and China. She is also an International Editorial Advisor/Reviewer for Journal of Mathematics Education, USA and Research Academic Journal, USA. Among her distinctions are the Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Awards- the only Asian recipient for the project on Minority Young Scholars Project and the Graduate Research Alumni Student Award from Ohio State University, a Gold Medal for ITEX (Geneva, 2005) and Best Award at MTE 2007, 2009 on designing assessment system for school-based assessment and higher education on Gold Medal at ITEX 2011, 2013, 2014 for designing Module of Teacher Education.

Most recently, she has been awarded the Leadership STEM 2018 from the Japan Intellectual Property Association (JIPA) and Visionary Leadership Category from the International Education Award 2018.

Prof. Madya Dr. Kamarulzali bin Mustafa 

Prof. Madya Dr. Kamarulzali bin Mustafa 

 

Dr. Norazah binti Mohammad Nawawi

Ts Salwati binti Badroddin

Dr. Mas Sahidayana binti Mohktar

Dr. Mas Sahidayana binti Mohktar

Dr. Hazeeq Hazwan bin Azman

Dr. Hazeeq Hazwan bin Azman

Dr. Hazeeq Hazwan bin Azman is the coordinator for STEM Unisel and currently a Deputy Dean of Academic Affair for Centre for Foundation and General Studies (CFGS), Universiti Selangor since 2016. He was graduated from Imperial College London for PhD in Chemistry (Microbiology) in 2016. Studying in London for 5 years along with his MRes in Green Chemistry, he developed a strong passion in STEM education and joined a lot of outreach
program in London especially the one conducted by British Science Museum.

Upon returning to Malaysia, supported by his mentor, Prof (E) Dato’ Dr Abdul Latif Ibrahim (known as Malaysian Biotechnology pioneer and awarded with National Academician Award 2012), Dr. Hazeeq and his STEM Unisel team developed Unisel Fun with STEM and Unisel STEM Query modules which integrates the element of Forensic Science, Chemistry,
Microbiology and Tissue culure in the modules.

Throughout the years, Dr. Hazeeq and his team are active in several STEM outreach programmes collaborated with National STEM Association, Ministy of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Ministry of Education (MOE), Jabatan Pendidikan Negeri Selangor (JPNS) and Selangor government. Under his coordination, the team has reached a lot of achievements including Golds and Special Awards in Malaysian Technology Expo for 3 years in a row (2018-2020), 3 Golds, 2 Silvers and 3 Bronzes in the Intellectual Research & Innovation Showcase (IRIS) 2019 and presented papars in Classroom Teaching Research for All Students (CTRAS) 2019 in Beijing, China. Apart from NSA, he is a member of Royal Society in Chemistry, UK and Microbiology Society UK.

His interest of research is not limited to STEM education but Green Chemistry especially ionic liquids, biorefinery, biomass and bioremediation. He is looking forward to collaborate with any eager scientist and public and drive the national agenda in STEM education.

Ts Latifah binti Abd Latib

Pn. Hartini binti Hashim

Pn Hartini Hashim

Chair Person for School STEM Teaching
Dip in Microbiology UiTM 1990-1994
Dip In Education IPDA 1996
B.A Hons in Science Education UPSI 2004
M.A in Chemistry Education UPSI 2011

Role and responsibility 

  1. Organise webinars for teachers’ pedagogical improvements.
  2. Organise face-to-face workshops for the teachers.
  3. Guide teachers to develop learning kits and teaching modules.
  4. Guide teachers in their innovations, and help them register their products 
  5. as their intellectual properties.
  6. Assist teachers in their STEM-related research

Dr. Mahanom binti Jalil

Dr. Mahanom binti Jalil

Senior Lecturer, Biology Division
Centre for Foundation Studies in Science
PhD, University Of Malaya (UM)
MSC, University Of Malaya (UM)
BSC, University Of Malaya (UM)

Prof. Madya Dr. Muhammad Aqil Aryan Wong

Prof. Madya Dr. Muhammad Aqil Aryan Wong

Muhammad Aqil Aryan Wong is an Associate Professor in Protein Chemistry, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia. He was graduated from Universiti Putra Malaysia in Microbial Biotechnology and completed his post-doctoral studies in Kyoto University, Japan, in the field of Structural Biology. His efforts have been targeted on structures and interactome model of extremophilic enzymes, which are superior to the traditional catalysts
because they can perform industrial and environmental processes even under harsh conditions, under which conventional proteins are completely denatured. This may be particularly true for several enzymes where its ability to remain catalytically active under extremes of temperature, salinity, pH and organic solvent is seen as one potential answer to the biotechnological conflict between industrial conditions and the fragility of biological components. Using these enzymes as models, the mechanisms of protein structural stability, adaptation and protein-protein interactions in extreme conditions can be explored and unveiled. He also develops passion into electrophysiology and physical interaction of neurotransmitter release-related proteins/complexes and drug screening for antiobesity treatment.

Pn. Khairil Bariyah binti Hassan

Pn. Khairil Bariyah binti Hassan