DMU students encouraged to take 5KM ‘Tiger Run’

DMU students are being encouraged to take part in a Tiger Run to show solidarity with students at our trans-national education partner Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU). They are being encouraged to follow the lead of Rajveen Kaur (pictured), 21, a graduating FinTech student from APU, who is passionate about animals, the environment and its sustainability, has recently been elected as one of the Malayan tigers’ conservationists. Rajveen was elected by the Malaysian Conservation Alliance for Tigers (MYCAT) for its Youth for Tigers (Y4T) programme, as youths have a key role to play in bringing about positive change for the Panthera Tigris Jacksoni – the scientific name for this protected animal species. Officially carrying out her duty as a “Stripe” – a title for the five student leaders from respective universities selected as tigers conservationists, with tenure from August 2022 to February 2023 – she is expected to work with other team members to organise a group project, as well as an individual project for Y4T aimed at raising awareness and funds.

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