UPH Surabaya Campus Accounting Students Win PKM-RSH 2024 Funding from Kemenristekdikti.

Students from the Accounting Study Program at Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH) Surabaya Campus have achieved a remarkable feat. Two student teams have successfully secured funding from the Student Creativity Program in the Social Humanities Research category (PKM-RSH) by the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education (Kemenristekdikti) through the Directorate General of Learning and Student Affairs (Ditjen Belmawa).

The first team consists of Renaya, Mandy, and Daud Rexy. Renaya, as the leader of the first team, expressed her joy over this achievement. “We are very grateful to Kemenristekdikti and Ditjen Belmawa for the trust they have placed in us. This funding will greatly assist in realizing our research focused on the influence of tax literacy and the social environment on tax awareness among Generation Z in Surabaya. We hope the results of this research will make a positive contribution to society,” she said.

Meanwhile, the second team comprises Dealova, Angie, and Kenzi. Dealova, the leader of the second team, also expressed her gratitude. “The PKM-RSH funding gives us the opportunity to further develop our research. With this support, we plan to deeply examine the differences in tax compliance attitudes and tax moral ethics across generations: baby boomers II, X, millennials, and Z, and provide useful recommendations for the development of the accounting field in Indonesia,” said Dealova.

The Student Creativity Program (PKM) is one of the flagship programs of Kemenristekdikti aimed at enhancing student creativity and innovation through research, community service, and technology development. Through PKM-RSH funding, students are expected to produce beneficial and applicable research works.

This achievement is expected to inspire all students to continue excelling and contributing to society. UPH Surabaya Campus continues to support students in various academic and non-academic activities that can enhance their competencies and skills. Through education at UPH, students are prepared to become future leaders who fear God, are competent, professional, and ready to make a positive impact on the nation.