UTARRF 2021 Cycle 2

Project Duration: 20 December 2021 – 19 December 2022

Responsibility Details Time Line (2021)
IPSR Opening – to all Academic Staff (email & Mail Master) 15 July 2021
PI PI  à  RC Chairman  à  Deputy Dean R&D  à  DD R&D to appoint reviewer(s) for evaluation

15 July 2021 – 14 September 2021


Softcopy of Application Form & List of Recommended Projects for interview session send by email to IPSR


The finalised application form (HARDCOPY WITH COMPLETED SIGNATURE - 1 COPY ONLY) to be submitted to IPSR after the interview session.

Send to faculty for review and recommendation by 15 July 2021 –  14 September 2021

IPSR IPSR to compile & arrange  Interview  SLOT for every faculty 15 September 2021
FacultyUTARRF Interview Meeting to interview applicants (Host by faculty)16 September 2021

Please send your application (hardcopy (2 copies) and softcopy) to:

Sg Long Campus:   Encik Mohamad Faris,, extension: 849  
Kampar Campus :  Ms Wong Choy Har,, extension: 2552

For more information on Grant Management go to :


1. Researcher : Asst Prof Dr Cheah Phaik Kin                           

Title: Advanced Facilitation Skills for Teaching Professionals


      This project uses the experimental design to test the effectiveness of the training on advanced facilitation skills for lecturers. The objective of this research is to evaluate the    effectiveness of the training module in addressing the training needs of the lecturers. The lecturers with the training gap were selected to attend the training module and a post-test was carried out to evaluate the effectiveness of the module in closing the training gap.

2. Researcher: Afi Roshezry Bin Abu Bakar



       This project uses the both qualitative and quantitative methods by looking at the historical perspectives of the late of Tun Tan Cheng Lock. The objective of this research to look into the various aspects of the Life and Thought of Tun Tan Cheng Lock with the aim of publishing a book on the subject. 

3. Researcher: Dr Noew Hooi San

Title: Chinese Malaysian: Our Identities

       This project aims to explore the social and political identities of Chinese Malaysians which have yet to be clearly defined, despite being deemed unique. The identities will be constructed via information gathered through interviews with Chinese Malaysians across 3 different generations from Penang, Pahang, Johor and Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur. The findings would hopefully provide a better understanding of Chinese Malaysian identities to the nation.