We have the special lecture on “Uncertainty in migration forecasting – data, methods and challenges” by Dr. Arek Wiśniowski, Lecturer in Social Statistics at the University of Manchester Organized by: Dr.Sylvia Szabo, RRDP Faculty Photo credit: Ms Kyawt Yin Min Thein
Coursework and Research
The DS program currently offers a Master of Science (M.Sc. – thesis or research study options) and a Doctor of Philosophy degree (PhD).
The course credit requirements for each program are as follows:
November 1, 2018, AIT Student Union Organized workshop on “How to make our environment more sustainable” at Korea House, AIT. Our NRM PhD student Manjunatha presented the concept of “Green AIT: What you think and what we can do?”. Department Facebook: ddsserd You can find more info about Read more…
Prof. Kyoko Kusakabe, Head, Department of Development and Sustainability quoted in the story “Empowering, counting and hearing women: GAF7 showcases gender equality progress and challenges” published by Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries (GAF) website.
The GAF website also thanks to the GAF7 Volunteers from AIT, who, under the leadership of Veena, helped make all the events flow smoothly.