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Universitas Negeri Papua

State University of Papua
Universitas Negeri Papua
Motto Veritas, Probitas, Iustitia
Established November 3, 2000
Type State university
Rector Professor Doctor Ir. Frans Wanggai
Academic staff 472
Students 3,988 students (2010)
Location Manokwari, Manokwari Regency, West Papua (province), Indonesia
Colors Purple and yellow
Affiliations FUIW,[1] SEAMEO, AUAP[2]
Website [1]

Universitas Negeri Papua (English: State University of Papua) is a university in Manokwari, in the province West Papua, Indonesia.

The university was founded on the 3rd of November 2000, after being the Faculty of Agriculture of Universitas Cenderawasih, based in Jayapura. The university teaches Economics, Forestry, Agriculture and Earth Sciences.

There are six faculties within the Universitas Negeri Papua:

  • Faculty of Agriculture - Dean: Ir Onesimus Kambuaya,MS,
  • Faculty of Forestry - Dean: Ir Hans Arwam,
  • Faculty of Animal Husbandry- Dean: Ir. A.L. Killian,
  • Faculty of Science - Dean: Ir Agustinus Kilmaskossu,
  • Faculty of Economics - Dean: Ir. YP Karafir,
  • Faculty of Letters - Dean: Suriel Mofu.

The university is situated on a hill overlooking Manokwari and the rector is Prof. Dr. Ir. Frans Wanggai.


External links

  • (Indonesian)Universitas Negeri Papua

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