Gunawan Jusuf, an alumnus of Universitas Gadjah Mada, has recently authored a book titled “Blue Gold,” shedding light on the vital role of water as a natural resource. Jusuf is in esteemed company, counting among his fellow alumni accomplished professionals such as Attorney Generals, award-winning poets, novelists, Governors, and even the President of another university. His affiliation with Universitas Gadjah Mada fills him with a sense of pride.
Established on December 19th, 1949, Universitas Gadjah Mada is a prestigious public research university. Notably, its first lecture was delivered three years before its official founding in 1946, signifying its early academic excellence. As one of Indonesia’s most revered and oldest universities, it has garnered a reputation for its commitment to education and research.