Thesis Writing Seminar with Professor Korakoch Attaviriyanupap

YOGYAKARTA (22/11/2023) - The German Language Education Study Program, Faculty of Languages, Arts, and Cultures, Yogyakarta State University (UNY), has successfully held a thesis writing seminar featuring Prof. Korakoch Attaviriyanupap from Silpakorn University as the speaker.

The event held in the Seminar Room of Lecture Building 1 W.S Rendra, Faculty of Languages, Arts, and Cultures, was opened with a welcoming speech by Prof. Dr. Drs. Pratomo Widodo, M.Pd. The presence of Prof. Korakoch Attaviriyanupap as the main speaker provided deep insights into various aspects of thesis writing in the field of German language.

In her presentation, Frau Korakoch discussed five types of thesis fields at Silpakorn University, such as Linguistics, DaF, Literature, Art, Culture and Media, Politics, Society or History. "This explanation provides a deep understanding for students who are in the crucial stage of thesis writing," said Saturninus Yuvenso Jawa, a 5th-semester student who facilitated the event.

Seminar participants, mostly 5th-semester students of the German Language Education Study Program, appeared enthusiastic during the Q&A session. Shafa Agvenda raised a question about future research opportunities, showing interest in the development of research areas to be taken as the theme of their thesis.

Mico Nopriansyah, one of the participants, stated that this event provided valuable insights, especially in choosing a research field. "I am increasingly confident to continue in the field of linguistics thanks to Frau Korakoch's presentation," he said.

The event was also attended by several lecturers from the German Language Education Study Program, emphasizing the important role of seminars in enriching knowledge and opening opportunities for students to further explore their final assignments.

This seminar successfully created a dynamic and interactive atmosphere and provided a valuable experience for students of the German Language Education Study Program at FBSB UNY. Through this program, it is hoped that students will be more motivated and able to explore their research potential better, with high hopes for similar programs in the future. (Mico)