List Of Students In FIB UNUD Archaeology Study Program Passed In The 159th Graduation Period

Saturday 20 April 2024, Archeology Study Program, Faculty of Arts Udayana University

graduated four students at the 159th Period Graduation Ceremony. Graduation Release

held at the faculty level (18 April 2024) at the Widya Sabha Auditorium

mandala, Prof. Building. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra, FIB UNUD and university level

held at the Widya Sabha Auditorium Building, Jimbaran Campus on 20 April 3024.

The following is a list of graduates of the Archeology Study Program in the 159th graduation period:

1. Fernando Daryl Siahaya, S.S. Class of 2017 student, length of study 6 years 5

month. GPA 3.34 (Satisfactory Predicate). Thesis title "Presentation of Collection Based

Conservation at the Bung Karno Museum in Denpasar.”

2. Lensiani Yuri Arawi Nanggor, S.S. Class of 2019 student, study duration 4 years

5 months. GPA 3.54 (Very Satisfactory Predicate). Thesis title "Mbaru's legacy

Drums in Ruteng Pu'u Village, Golo Village; Dukal, Langke Rembong District,

Manggarai Regency, East Nusa Tenggara: Analysis of Form, Function and Meaning”.

3. Switha, S.S. Class of 2020 student, length of study 3 years 7 months. GPA 3.9

(Predicate With Praise). Thesis title "Finding Tamil Language Inscriptions As

Historical Markers of Ancient Tamil Culture in Sumatra in the XI-XIII Centuries AD".

4. Anggi Mara Al Sundari Selian, S.S. Class of 2020 student, study duration 3 years

6 months. GPA 3.81 (Very Satisfactory Predicate). Thesis title "Improvement Strategy

Bali Museum Visitors Through Arranging Museum Collections and Promotional Content


Congratulations and thank you for the graduation of four graduates who have graduated with honors

Satisfactory and with very proud praise for the Study Program

Archeology. Hopefully the knowledge and experience that has been gained can become a foundation

strong to move on to a wider level of life and hopefully this will become

motivation as well as enthusiasm for other students to be more courageous to move forward and develop.