Greenpulse 2010/11

To Nature’s Beat.

The Greenpulse website has been idle without any  updates for a while and I am really sorry about that but we are still moving on to keep the ‘fire’ burning.

Before we proceed, I have to say I really appreciate and thank all the efforts and contributions from the Greenpulse committee from the last semester and it was a great experience which we shared together.

The main goal of Greenpulse is the promotion of the environmental movement within the university; specifically in either the conservation or the preservation of the environment.

We play characters creating and boosting environmental awareness among the university students of UMS.

As mentioned by the founder of Greenpulse, it is a continuous effort that grows with time and we just do what we can with what we have and where we are. We share the same vision and are united as a team.

We had our committee meeting three times, the first meeting was about getting  to know what are the responsibilities of each position, how Greenpulse works, what are the activities we have to implement for this and the coming semester and future semesters as well as project leaders for each activity. Below is the list of the Greenpulse Committee 2010/2011 followed by a table listing project leaders for each activity.

Greenpulse Committee 2010/2011

President

Pang See Min                      017-9678225

Vice President

(I) Chin Kim Ling               016-7787469

(II) Dazvieo Keniin             014-8751952

Secretary

Laurencia Bernard           014-9522169

Vice Secretary

Ede Gloria Suadin              010-2201404

Treasurer

Kwek Shi Ting                      014-6164061

Committee

Lorraine D. J                        013-5435984

Hajar binti Asir                   014-9523151

Jeffrey Ng                             014-9523890

Chong Man Tien                 014-9521795

Lim Seut Kim                      017-2115117

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