DDS Student present on International Conference on Nation-Building 2019 at the Development of a High Income Nation on November 26-27, 2019, Malaysia
Ms.Chitralada Chaiya (PhD in RRDP/DDS) presented on “The International Conference on Nation Building 2019: The Development of a High Income Nation” on November 26-27, 2019, Malaysia She presented in the topic “20 years Educational Reform of Thailand: Crisis or Exit of the Quality Assurance Polity in Higher Education” In this conference is aimed at creating international cooperation in economic, social, political and educational. The conference was attended by a large number of national and international leaders.(more…)
Ms. Way Way Hlaing is the winner of the AIT Students’ Blog Contest (January 2019) semester. Her blog post titled “Each and Every Moment is Special” can be read here:https://www.ait.ac.th/2019/03/every-moment-special/
Ms. Way Way Hlaing is a student of Regional and Rural Development Program in our School of Environment, Resources and Development (SERD).
The second prize goes to Treza Theint of the School of Engineering and Technology (SET), while Samudhbha Sharma from SERD wins the third prize.
Congratulations to our winners! We wish to thank M.L. Thanisa Choombala, Interim Director of AIT’s Language Center for evaluating the entries.
A presentation by Ms.Veena N., a PhD GDS student with her advisor, Dr. Kyoko Kusakabe, as co-author, was awarded the Best Paper Award at GAF7 (the 7th Gender in Aquaculture & Fisheries: Expanding the Horizons).
Veena is a doctoral student of Gender and Development Studies in the Department of Development and Sustainability in AIT’s School of Environment, Resources and Development.
The title of this article was “Migrant Women’s Strategies to Cope with Exploitative Employment Practices in Thai Seafood Sector: A Case Study from Rayong and Trat”
Elsevier Atlas Award for December 2017
Rajan is a doctoral student of Gender and Development Studies in the Department of Development and Sustainability in AIT’s School of Environment, Resources and Development. The article was coauthored by Rajan with his advisor Dr. Philippe Doneys, who serves as an Associate Professor at AIT.
Atlas was launched by Elsevier in January 2015 to showcase research that is of significant impact to people’s lives around the world. Every month, a single Atlas article is selected from published research from across over 3,800 journals on Science Direct by an external advisory board made up of individuals from NGOs. The panelists review the contribution to science and society, and analyze the societal impact of the article.
Topic: Factors affecting waterbirds’ abundance, diversity and richness in Bung Boraphet Marsh, Central Thailand
Presenter: Mr. Rehan Ul Haq/NRM
Moderator: Ms. Fatemeh Safaripaskiaby/GDS
Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Time: 15:00-16:00 hrs.
“At first, I would like to send my gratitude to Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) for allowing me to pursue my master degree program in such an unforgettable academic way. Secondly, without supports from all professors in my UEM field, friends and family, all of this would not be happened. Read more…
“I remember the day when I really appreciate my mom the most while I am in AIT. She is illiterate. She speaks no language. She does not know what the world is. She is physically poor, but not spiritually. BUT she could manage to send me to AIT for my Read more…
Topic: An empirical analysis of behavioral factors of coal mine workers associated with injuries: The case of Pakistan
Presenter: Mr. Mazhar Ali (DPMM)
Moderator: Mr. Muhammad Yousuf Lasi (RRDP)
Date: 29th August 2018
Time: 15:00 – 16:00 hrs.
Venue: S201(NRM Workshop Room)
Internship Topic: Development of Flood Forecast using SMART system:
A case study of Lomaiviti Province
The internship with RIMES from June – July has given experiences and deepen my understanding of their roles within the Asian Region. The Hands-on experience specifically in the collection of data and development of Early warning through SMART system has given me work experience especially in the field of disaster management in the country. Our country has limited human resources personnel to develop such system and this collaboration has assisted in the completion of 2 piloted provinces.