Yuli Rahmawati is head of Chemistry Education since 2019. Beforehand she served as an assistant to Vice-Rector for planning and cooperation affairs. She received the Australian Government Scholarship for her master's and doctoral degrees at Curtin University, Australia (2007-2013). Her professional development experiences have developed through the awards of UNILEAD, DAAD (2016) and Women in Academic Leadership from DAAD (2019), and International Dean Course, DAAD (2022). Besides research grants from the national government, she has conducted several research projects on student mobility (UMAP Funding), STEM (Australia-Indonesia Institute), and Learning for Empathy (UNESCO) from 2017 to 2021.