August 12th, 2020
The Campus Stars campaign has been launched to showcase the colleagues still working on campus during the lockdown and highlight the crucial work they do.
Hee and Wong are a husband-and-wife team, who have operated a food stall selling Chinese Halal food at the University since 2017.
During the pandemic, both of them have continued to serve food to students on campus. They also offer a free delivery service to students who are based off-campus.
During the pandemic, the husband-wife duo have introduced new dishes and offered complimentary herbal tea and desserts every day.
Dr Puspamary is an in-house doctor who has served the clinic at the University for 8 years.
During the pandemic, Dr Puspamary has been available for emergency care, providing continuous medical care of acute and chronic illness for staff and students along with consultations over the phone and COVID-19 risk assessment and screening.
Misna has been working as a cleaner at University of Nottingham Malaysia for more than five years.
During the pandemic, Misna continued to carry out essential cleaning services to reduce the risk of infection.
Raimy is both a Campus Health and Safety Officer and Hall Warden at the University.
He is also part of the COVID-19 task force and Movement Control Order committee and is responsible for providing advice and creating awareness regarding COVID-19 to the University of Nottingham Malaysia community.
As a Hall Warden, Raimy is responsible for student welfare and provides support for the students that remain on campus during the pandemic.
Security Office team
The University of Nottingham Malaysia’s Security Office team worked together during the pandemic to ensure the safety and security of the University Nottingham Malaysia community, especially the essential staff and students that remained on campus.
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