The profiles of lecturers in the Biology Department are permanent lecturers with a total of 34 people consisting of lecturers in the UPBE (18 people) and lecturers in the Undergraduate Programme in Biology (16 people).
All lecturers in the Biology Department are responsible for carrying out learning in the two study Programmes according to the qualifications and competencies possessed by the lecturer as a form of resource sharing by adopting the concept of efficiency.
Based on the level of position, lecturers in the Biology Department are in dominance as associate professors (47%), followed by senior lectures and junior lectures rank respectively in 20% and 18%. Meanwhile, the percentage who are in professor positions are very few (Figure 2)
The average workload of lecturers in tridharma (education, research, community service) is 12.63 credits (Figure 3). It shows the ideal performance load because it is still within normal limits according to UU No.20 /2003 (the Teacher and Lecturer Law No. 20 of 2003), which costs between 12-16 credits.
All lecturers of the Biology Department are involved in research work because each research project should have two or three members of researchers. The research outputs include the publication of scientific articles in various local journals, national journals, as well as in international journals (Figure 4), and proceedings both in national and international (Figure 5).
The lecturers in the Biology Department are permanent lecturers with a total of 34 people, shows below.
Description Staff handbook of Lecturers who have been teaching in Undergraduate Program of Biology Education (UPBE) can be seen link this button