Transgenerational Educational Tourism, Dharma Wanita Persatuan of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Jember

Dharma Wanita Persatuan (DWP) Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Jember University, held an intergenerational educational tour to several destinations on October 15, 2023. “Religion is there, tourism is there, and the most important thing is friendship between generations of DWP FMIPA UNEJ administrators and members,” said Nur Sa’dijah Achmad Saifullah, Chair of DWP FMIPA UNEJ. Several destinations are in Malang Regency and Batu City, including the Turen Mosque, Leswan Leather, which is a leather bag and wallet factory, Santerra de Laponte, and Lumbung Strawberry. “And of course, don’t forget to mention that there is a souvenir center to make your family happy at home,” she continued.

This event could be said to be special because several former DWP administrators and members took part in the educational tour. Mrs. Sumadi (wife of the first Dean of FMIPA UNEJ) and Mrs. Sudarmadji were seen together to maintain friendly relations. “Several female lecturers and educational staff also came along to experience a moment of refreshing between routines on campus,” said Nur Sa’dijah Achmad Saifullah. Several DWP FMIPA UNEJ members held this agenda as a place to strengthen ties between the FMIPA extended family and also as a place to learn about businesses that could be included in the DWP FMIPA UNEJ program.

Using a tour bus is also a manifestation of communication between FMIPA DWP administrators and members. Exchanging information, telling about routine activities on campus, and also sharing experiences in various social activities. “Here we can exchange experiences, from women’s dharma activities to telling stories about funny experiences at home,” said one of the educational tour participants. Being together over a period of time makes the atmosphere closer and eliminates any awkwardness with each other.

The choice of goals is also considered so that one day they can be achieved with the hope that spiritual and physical freshness will be realized. “Seeing the magnificent Turen Mosque brings us closer to the Almighty, Leswan Leather; we know the business world; at Santerra de Laponte, we can travel around the world even though we are minimalist,” concluded Nur Sa’dijah Achmad Saifullah, who hopes that togetherness, happiness, and friendship will continue to be maintained or not. limited space and time.

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