In this issue:
B. Campus Updates
D. Faculty and Staff Travel
E. Classifieds (jobs)
(i) Invitation: AIT 60th Anniversary Celebrations, 23 - 25 October 2019
Email from AIT President (19 Sept. 2019)
Dear AIT Faculty and Staff Members,
On October 23, 24 and 25, 2019, there will be a series of activities in Bangkok and on campus to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT). Distinguished university guests and AIT alumni from Thailand and overseas will join in the festivities. We also cordially invite AIT faculty, staff and students to come celebrate with us!
Since its founding in 1959, AIT has dedicated itself to capacity building and social impact research and education, benefiting Asia and beyond. On its 60th Anniversary, AIT is moving smartly forward with the motto of “Transforming AIT”, injecting more innovation, globalization, relevance, and entrepreneurship into our original mission.
Please note that attendance to the 24 October 2019 events is limited, and will be based on receipt of online confirmations at: https://forms.gle/YiUgq1dduDFmYQD19
Please note that the Gala dinner cost is 1000 Baht per person, but all other events are free.
I would like to encourage all of you to come and mingle with guests at the AIT Open House on campus on the morning of 25 October 2019, which will be followed by a buffet lunch.
We look forward to your participation in these events.
Dr. Eden Woon
Asian Institute of Technology
(ii) A Better Working Environment
Email from AIT President (16 Sept. 2019)
Dear members of the AIT family,
I am committed to creating an environment at AIT that enables us to take the Institute to a higher level. To do so, it is essential that we foster a positive and team attitude.
But there will be instances where a person may feel that an unsatisfactory situation has developed at AIT which requires addressing, and thus wish to lodge a complaint or express a grievance. For these, AIT already has policies and procedures for addressing grievances, such as sexual harassment, bullying, invasion of privacy and discrimination, among others (PA 2-1-2) and on disciplinary action (PA 1-3-3, X; PA 1-1-1, IX). Procedures for handling the grievances of students are set out in the Student Handbook.
1. All complaints from within a unit must be addressed through the chain of command within the unit.
2. Complaints about other units/persons must be addressed by the complainant, through his/her supervisor, to the supervisor (or next chain of command) of the other unit.
3. For students, complaints must be addressed through the relevant chain of command: academic advisors; Department Heads; Dean; Director of the Office of Student Affairs.
However, if after following these established procedures, it is felt that the complaint or grievance cannot be resolved through these channels and it is of a serious nature, it should be drawn to the attention of the AIT Administration. Should the matter reach this point, here is the system for complaint or grievance:
Step 1 — Make a report and send it, using your AIT email address, to email@example.com. Any complaint or grievance reported in this way will be addressed seriously, and in utmost confidence. No anonymous complaints will be accepted.
Step 2 — The Director of the Office of Academic Administration (OAA), Ms Izel Ann Dante, has been entrusted by me to make an initial assessment of all complaints and grievances (including, but not limited to, cases of unethical behavior and misconduct) and to determine whether there is a case. She will do this by first ascertaining all facts material to the complaint. This may involve speaking confidentially to the complainant. She will also review the relevant Institute Policies and Procedures.
Step 3 — Based on her assessment, she will submit a confidential report to me, recommending either that there is a case, or that no further action is required. I will then decide the actions that the Institute needs to take.
I would like all of us to focus on the challenges facing AIT. But to do so requires that we address legitimate concerns about the governance of the Institute. Before making a complaint, you should be confident of its legitimacy and seriousness. And if you are confident of that, we will take your concern seriously. This system described above will provide an equitable and confidential channel for students, faculty and staff to put forward their grievances and complaints. The administration will do its utmost to try to reach a fair resolution.
Let’s all strive to have a better working environment at AIT!
Dr Eden Woon
(iii) 60th Anniversary Celebrations Appeal: AIT Campus Visits by VIP's, Guests, and Alumni
Email from Vice President for Administration (17 Sept. 2019)
Dear Colleagues, Students, and Residents
In the week of 21 October 2019, which is just around five weeks away, AIT will be hosting many distinguished dignitaries at our wonderful AIT campus. Like many of us, we are sure everyone would like to be proud of our beautiful campus; and will look forward to being welcoming hosts to our guests.
To this end, OFAM and various other support services teams will be spending these next five weeks sprucing up our campus; and we wanted to request everyone's kind help in assisting us too. It is amazing how true it is that "many hands make light work".
In recent walks around the whole campus, and particularly the accommodation units, it has been noticed that we could improve the look of the common areas of the campus by; picking up our old and broken personal and other items, storing our bicycles in bicycle racks, tidying up the external corridors in our buildings and outside our dormitories, residential houses & apartments, sprucing up our balconies, as well as keeping the areas surrounding our accommodation buildings clean and tidy.
Thank you for caring and taking extra pride in presenting the AIT Campus in the most favorable manner to our many expected visitors.
With grateful appreciation.
Mr. Russell B. Rein
Vice President for Administration, AIT
(iv) Opportunity to Engage and Connect with Enterprises/Startups at the 100X Event, September 27-28
Email from Vice President for Knowledge Transfer (14 Sept. 2019)
As you might be aware, AIT is organizing the 100 Innovations and Entrepreneurs (100X) Conferences and event at the C asean in Bangkok on 27-28 September.
We are expecting over 800 participants from enterprises, industry, startups, hundreds of university students, UN and government agencies, alumni and from other sectors.
This event will provide a very good opportunity for our colleagues to connect to and engage with the participants. We will have a large AIT pavilion with booths and information counters to disseminate information and showcase AIT offerings.
I would like to invite you to kindly join the event. To register and avails of transportation facilities, please respond to this email or directly contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to your active participation
Dr. Naveed Anwar
Vice President for Knowledge Transfer, AIT
Overview: Keynotes, Panels, Workshops, Pitch Competition
Speakers: Over 60 Speakers and Panelists
(v) AIT Reforms & Global Best Practices: Appeal for Buddy System Volunteers
Email from Vice President for Administration (23 Sept. 2019)
Dear AIT Family
As we transform AIT into a leading regional Institution, we are regularly reforming support services systems and initiatives that follow global best practices.
One of these initiatives is the introduction of a Buddy System. Although this may be new to many of us, research shows that the initial stages of onboarding are crucial to the long-term contribution of employees to their new home of employment. Through our Buddy System, we aim to highlight AIT as a welcoming, caring, and professional workplace. A place we are all proud of and whose reputation makes us a desirable employer.
Our Buddy System is a process where new employees are guided through the workplace to familiarize themselves with their new surroundings. It is designed to make the new employee feel welcomed, and it facilitates a smooth transition into AIT, helping the new employee to fit in more quickly.
Everyone can take part in this initiative by volunteering to be a Buddy. We need volunteers from both faculty and staff to be a part of our 'Buddy Team'. OHRS will maintain the list of Buddy's and forward your name to the School/Unit where a new employee will start working. Once a Buddy has been agreed, you will be provided all the details needed to start your role as a Buddy. Please find attached a summary of the Buddy System for your kind reference.
If you would like to be part of our 'Buddy Team', please register through this Google Form.
Thank you in kind anticipation for considering to volunteer for our Buddy System. We value your support and contribution and know that this initiative will make AIT an even more welcoming home to new employees.
With grateful appreciation
Mr. Russell B. Rein
Vice President for Administration, AIT
(vi) Be part of the 100X event, 27-28 September 2019 at C asean
Email from AIT Solutions (8 Aug. 2019)
AIT in association with Thailand Tech Startup Association (TTSA), is organizing the Southeast Asia’s First Research to Commercial (R2C) Conference known as “100 Innovations X Entrepreneurs” (100X), which will take place on 27-28 September 2019 at C asean, Bangkok. This event will focus on the goal to link innovators and passionate entrepreneurs from academic institutions and startups with enterprises to magnify the value for both business and social impact.
We would like to invite our faculty, staff and students to participate in this event as:
1. 100X Participants (2 days all access – 27-28 Sep 2019)
• Two days’ access to 100X event activities for students who wants to participate in this event.
• Participants may attend any of the 10 workshops available, join the pitch competition and after party.
2. 100X After Party “Hosted by Mr. Ashraf Habibullah”
• Mr. Ashraf Habibullah, Founder & CEO of Computers and Structures Inc (CSI) USA is hosting an exciting After Party on the evening of 27th September 2019 at Swissotel Bangkok, Ratchada.
Nominal Registration Fee: You can register online and directly pay the special registration for AIT community of THB 500 (more than 75% discount) to Ms. Jiraporn Judeerak (K Fah) at AIT Solutions office, to reserve your seat in all events, including the After Party and for transportation to and back from venue.
• We need 25 volunteers who will help us during the 100X event.
• The Volunteers will get free transportation to and from the event, food and drinks + t-shirt + certificate of participation.
Registration: Kindly please register online here to be part of 100X event as participant, volunteer and for joining the After Party.
For more information, please feel free to contact Ms. Shreya Pradhan (email@example.com). Please do visit our event website, www.100x.ait.ac.th
(vii) Schedule of Dr. Chuenchom Chueluecha (Rehabilitation Physician) this week
Email from AIT Medical Center (23 Sept. 2-019)
Please note that Dr.Chuenchom Chueluecha (Rehabilitation Physician) will come on Wednesday, 25 September 2019 from 15.00 to 17.00.
(viii) Extended the Library hours to 1.00 a.m. during the mid-semester examination period (13 - 26 September 2019)
Email from AIT Library (11 Sept. 2019)
AIT Library is pleased to inform you that during the mid-semester examination, the Library hours will be as follows:
13-26 September 2019
Monday-Friday, from 8.00 a.m. - 1.00 a.m.
Kindly note that Group Study Rooms will be available for you until 1 a.m., but the circulation service will be closed at 10.30 p.m.
(ix) Personal data for 2019 Income Tax calculation
Email from Office Human Resources Services (5 Sept. 2019)
Dear Faculty and Staff,
To ensure that personal income tax of AIT faculty and staff comply with Tax Regulation, it is imperative that we have a correct record of your personal data in our system. Please log in the web link, https://hris.ait.ac.th to update your personal data. Use your AIT email account credential to login then click “View Employee Profile”. Furthermore, please update or complete your contact information such as the name and telephone number of your emergency contact person.
For employees with children, particular attention is required on the status of your children as recorded in the system, check if it is correct. Update the system if they are studying or working either here in Thailand or abroad. Please request to amend as appropriate.
Any changes in your personal data from previous to current year should be supported with documents in hard copies. These include passport copy, marriage certificate, child's birth certificate as well as receipts of investment in RTF/LTF and personal life insurance.
Please submit them to Khun Denphoom in the Office of the Human Resources Services (OHRS), Room 223, Second Floor of the Administration Building within 4 October 2019.
(x) New Trial Databases – NATURE
Email from AIT Library (2 Sept. 2019)
You are eligible for a free trial of Nature and 13 Nature Journals. The trial periods will be started from 1 September to 31 October 2019. Please find below the list of journals and links.
Nature Climate Change
Nature Cell Biology
Nature Reviews Microbiology
Nature Ecology & Evolution
Off-Campus Access to e-Resources
You will be required to access through VPN. How to set up VPN, please follow the link below.
If you have any inquiries, please feel free to contact the Library at firstname.lastname@example.org .
(xi) Trial for SAGE Premier and SAGE Business Cases from 7Aug. – 18 Nov. 2019
Please be informed that SAGE has offered a free trial for SAGE Premier and SAGE Business Cases to AIT members from 7 August 2019 – 18 November 2019.
- To search Sage Premier, please click on this link: https://journals.sagepub.com/ .
- To search Sage Business Cases, please click on this link: https://sk.sagepub.com/cases
(Kindly note that Sage Business Cases allows AIT members to download only 50 cases during the trial period.)
The information about SAGE Premier and Sage Business Cases are as follows.
SAGE Premier is the largest of the journal package offered by SAGE.
It includes the international, peer-reviewed journals, including high-impact research titles published on behalf of over 400 scholarly and professional societies.
It provides electronic access to more than 1,000 peer-reviewed journals (over 900,000 articles).
Journals can be accessed online back to 1999.
SAGE Business Cases is designed to engage students in applying core concepts to practice through the use of examples from the global business environment. There are 2,500 cases on SAGE's digital library platform. Theses cases are integrated with SAGE's journal, book, video, and reference content.
SAGE Business Cases covers the following subject areas.
Marketing and Market Research
Strategy and Strategic Management
Human Resource Management/ Organization Studies
Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Accounting and Finance
Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Public and Non-profit Management
Business Research Methods
The Library hopes you will find the Sage Premier and Business Cases useful for your research and studies.
Thank you very much for your attention.
(xii) New trial databases from EBSCO (from now to 15 October 2019)
AIT Library is pleased to inform you that we have free trial access to EBSCOhost Research Databases, Business Searching Interface, EBSCO Discovery Services, and EBSCO Publication Finder until 15 October 2019.
To access the main menu for the trial, please click on this link https://bit.ly/2KHxBNP
The information of each database and discovery service are as follows
1). EBSCOhost Research Databases
Including three full-text databases as follows:
• Business Source Complete
Business Source Complete is the world's definitive scholarly business database, providing the leading collection of bibliographic and full-text content. As part of the comprehensive coverage offered by this database, indexing, and abstracts for the most important scholarly business journals back as far as 1886 are included. Searchable cited references are provided for more than 1,300 journals.
• eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) Search and view the full text of eBooks.
• Regional Business News
Regional Business News incorporates coverage of more than 80 regional business publications covering all metropolitan and rural areas within the United States.
2) Business Searching Interface
Business Searching Interface provides an easy way to both browse and searches for country economic data, company profiles, industry information, and market research.
3) EBSCO Discovery Services (EDS)
EDS supports integrated searching of content from full-text databases, citation databases, and local content collections such as library catalogs and other locally managed digital collections. The integrated search experience is achieved by compiling and indexing metadata from a variety of content sources into a unified pre-indexed search platform.
4) EBSCO Publication Finder
Full-Text Finder is a next-generation knowledge base, holdings management tool, a state-of-the-art publication search service, and a fully functional link resolver. It provides the institution's end-users with a single, easy-to-navigate browsing and searching interface for all electronic resources.
Access is provided within the institution network.
Off-Campus Access to e-Resources, the users will be required to access the database through a VPN. For information on how to set up VPN, please follow the link below.
If you have questions regarding the trial or would like to give the library the feedback, please contact email@example.com
B. Campus Updates
(i) Improvement work at five buildings from 23 September
Email from OFAM (20 Sept. 2019)
Please be informed that the contractor will start the improvement work of exterior painting at the following five buildings. The work is scheduled from Monday, 23 September to Wednesday, 23 October 2019,
AIT Conference Center: Painting inside (lobby area ceiling) and exterior painting
During this time there might be a loud noise, smell, and few areas may be closed due to the improvement work. As well, we request the residents living around that area and AIT community visiting AITCC to be careful, while you are passing by that area.
(a) "100 Innovations and Entrepreneurs": 27 – 28 Sept. 2019
"100 Innovations and Entrepreneurs" is the name of a grand event being organized by AIT that seeks to celebrate the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of AIT. Featuring 100 innovations and entrepreneurs, the event will be organized from 27 – 28 Sept. 2019 at CAsean, Bangkok.
Details at this link: http://www.100x.ait.ac.th/
(b) Blood Donation: 3 December 2019
Email from AIT Medical Center (17 Sept. 2019)
The Thai Red Cross Society has been working with volunteer students and staff to collect units of blood from the AIT community. The bloodmobile visits AIT every three months, four times a year, hoping to collect enough units to supply the constant demand for blood.
We again would like to ask for your help. The next visit for blood donation is scheduled on Tuesday, 3rd December 2019, 9:00 - 11:30 a.m. at the parking lot in front of the AIT Conference Center.
Give blood! You'll experience a fulfilling sense of contribution. And the donation process isn't time-consuming. It only takes about half an hour.
On behalf of needy patients whose lives you may save, we would like to thank you very much for your time and support.
(c) AIT Career Fair & SU Research Exhibition: 30 October 2019
6 weeks to go!
Thirty-one (31) organizations have confirmed so far to join the AIT Career Fair scheduled on 30 October 2019 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm at the AIT Conference Center.
You are cordially invited to explore and uncover opportunities offered by the companies that are joining the event.
COMPANIES who have confirmed to join so far:
1. Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) - an intergovernmental organization that works to build the resilience of people and institutions to disasters and climate change impacts in Asia and the Pacific
2. Asian Engineering Consultants Corp. Ltd. (AEC) - consulting services for major public and private construction projects
3. Amata Corporation PCL - world’s leading industrial city developer
4. Berli Jucker PCL - a major Thai import and export firm
5. Bouygues-Thai Ltd. - leading construction company in Asia
6. Cal-Comp Electronics (Thailand) PCL - electronics computer manufacturing company
7. Codium Co. Ltd. – builds mobile, tablet, desktop application, and enterprises solutions using the latest open source technology
8. Consultants of Technology Co. Ltd. (COT) - Thai professional engineering consulting firm serving governmental, private sector, and international organizations/agencies
9. Delta Electronics (Thailand) PCL - producer of power and thermal management solutions and a regional player in segments including industrial automation, displays and networking (FIRST TIMER)
10.Demco PCL - one stop complete range of services for design, construction, and installation in electrical power system, including renewable energy like wind and solar, and communication system, like fiber optic and signaling (FIRST TIMER)
11. DHL Supply Chain (Thailand) Co. Ltd - world's largest logistics company operating around the world, particularly in sea and air mail
12. Helukabel (Thailand) Co. Ltd. - cable solutions for photovoltaic systems
13. John Deere (Thailand) Limited - leading manufacturer of agricultural, construction, and forestry machinery, diesel engines, drive trains used in heavy equipment, and lawn care equipment
14. KG Engineering Co. Ltd., - leader in mechanical electrical system engineering (M&E), solar power generation system and integrated energy saving system (FIRST TIMER)
15. Leapfrog Technology (from Nepal) - one of the most trusted technology services company in Nepal and aims to build world class software for global clients
16. Michelin Siam Co. Ltd. - one of the world's leading names in tyres and mobility
17. My Internship Asia (Thailand) Ltd. - one of the leading internship placement companies in Thailand (FIRST TIMER)
18. Pandora Production Co. Ltd. - jewelry chain featuring a variety of necklaces, rings, customizable charm bracelets & more
19. Panya Consultants Co. Ltd. - provides consulting and management services to the government, private sector and international organizations
20. Plan International - a development and humanitarian organisation that advances children's rights and equality for girls (FIRST TIMER)
21. Promptnow Co. Ltd. - is leading the mobile handset experience revolution in Thailand and the region by developing innovative user experiences on mobile handsets (FIRST TIMER)
22. Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia (RIMES) - international institution for the generation & application of early warning information
23. Ruel B. Ramirez & Associates/RBRA (from Philippines) - a consulting firm engaged in complete engineering design and management services (FIRST TIMER)
24 Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) - Thailand's first indigenous bank
25. Sino-Thai Engineering and Construction PCL (STECON)- a leading engineering and construction company
26. TEAM Consulting Engineering and Management PCL - Thailand's largest conglomerate of consulting companies
27. Thanachart Bank PCL - Thailand’s sixth-largest bank by assets size and the country's leading automobile lender (FIRST TIMER)
28. The Siam Cement PLC (SCG) - leading business conglomerate in the ASEAN region
29. Think Blue Data Co. Ltd. - software solutions for data visualization company
30. United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) -the regional development arm of the United Nations for the Asia-Pacific region (FIRST TIMER)
31. Vinarco Services Thailand Ltd.- a market leader in providing professional consultancy services across Asia-Pacific
CAREER TALK SCHEDULE:
¤ Industrial Visit to Gulf Energy Development PCL on 2 October 2019 (Wednesday) at Gulf GUT Plant Ayutthaya
¤ KG Engineering Career Talk on 4 October 2019 (Friday), 4:00 - 5:30 pm, MEB Auditorium
¤ JobsDB CV & Interview Workshop on 9 October 2019 (Wednesday), 4:00 - 5:30 pm, MEB Auditorium
¤ Delta Electronics (Thailand) PCL Career Talk on 11 October 2019 (Friday), 4:00 - 5:30 pm, MEB Auditorium
¤ Demco PCL Career Talk on 16 October 2019 (Wednesday), 4:00 - 5:30 pm, MEB Auditorium
¤ ASEAN Career Fair with Japan 2020 Talk by Energize (Japan) on 22 October 2019 (Tuesday), 3:00 - 5:00 pm, MEB Auditorium, Special Attraction with travel scholarships for selected student applicants to Singapore for ASEAN Career Fair in February 2020!
WHAT TO EXPECT:
¤ Long-term career prospects
¤ Job placements
¤ Internship opportunities
¤ On-the-job training
¤ Research partners
¤ Networking with company representatives
¤ Student Union (SU) Research Exhibition!
Please help us in spreading the word out about the Fair !!! And let us know as well if you have any company contacts that you want us to invite to the Fair.
Mark your calendar! For developments and career opportunities, please visit: www.careercenter.ait.ac.th
or check/like: https://www.facebook.com/officialaitcareercenter
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact us via phone: 662 524-6744, 662 524-6326
We will keep you posted with all the updates.
(ii) LECTURES/ SEMINARS / CONFERENCES
(a) BEST Camp: Business, Engineering, and Science Students Working Together: 28 – 30 Sept. 2019
B.E.S.T. Camp (Business, Engineering, and Science Students Working Together) on September 28 – 30, 2019 at AIT campus.
If you enjoy challenges and fun camps allowing you to build your technological, social and business ideas with teams’ form leading universities in the region, then don’t miss this chance! Your ideas can win you prizes and have a chance to become reality and help make the world a better place.
Join the one-day ideation camp/hackathon at AIT, and the 100 Innovations x Entrepreneurs event organized by the Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok.
(iii)TRAININGS / COURSES
(a) English writing courses (EL courses): 26 Aug. – 14 Nov. 2019
The registration for Academic English (EL) classes for the August 2019 Semester is now open. Please click: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfAFgslmGhQJqhZ40ENac-iA6ZLLKit... and choose from the available time slots (AIT login is required).
CLASSES: 26 August – 14 November 2019
Students with English scores below AIT’s admission requirements will be automatically enrolled in the mandatory English Language (EL) courses listed below. Students will need to pay a one-time registration fee of 5,000 Baht at the AIT Cashier for EL courses. The EL course level will be automatically assigned based on a student’s current English score:
5.0 - EL15 Intermediate English Composition
5.5 - EL19 Academic and Technical Writing
***English course fee: 5,000 Baht one-time flat fee to all newly enrolled students.***
The EL courses should be your first priority. Therefore scheduling problems and conflicts are not valid reasons to request to drop out of EL courses. To drop the course, you will need to submit a memo requesting the EL exemption on a semester basis. This memo will need to be approved by your advisor and submitted to the Language Center before 16 August 2019 (AIT adding/dropping date). If you fail to drop the EL course you are enrolled in before the 6th September, you will still be graded for the EL course you have enrolled.
As you have been informed during the orientation, AIT maintains a strict policy on English language requirements. Students who have not met the English language requirements by the third semester of study will not be allowed to register for thesis or research credits.
(b) Thai and Japanese Courses for Beginners: Aug. – Oct. 2019
The Language Center announces the opening of Thai and Japanese courses for Beginners as follows:
• Survival Thai Course for Beginners
The 7-week survival Thai course is an introduction to Thai languages which will cover basic words, phrases, daily and simple expressions and basic grammatical structures to communicate with Thais. The purpose of the course is to introduce participants to the principles and basic of Thai language as used in everyday conversation. Moreover, the course will prepare them to feel confident to communicate with Thais and feel at ease while staying in Thailand.
Group 1: 19 August – 18 September 2019, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 17:00 – 18:30, 3 days a week
Group 2: 26 August – 9 October 2019, Monday and Wednesday from 18:30 – 20:00, 2 days a week
Total of 20 hours
Course fee: 2,000 baht
• Thai Reading and Writing Course for Beginners
This course is the introduction to reading and writing. It is the 7-week course that is designed for those who do not know how to read and write Thai language. The participants will practice reading letters and learn how to spell words and create sentences.
27 August – 10 October 2019, Tuesday and Thursday from 17:00 – 18:30
Total of 20 hours
Course fee: 2,000 baht
• Japanese Course for Beginners
Class dates: September 30 (No classes on Sept 23, 25) October 2, 7, 9, 16
The class meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30 to 6:30 pm (total 10 sessions)
Interested persons can register and make payment at the Language Center, Room 216.
(c) Training on "The Practical Aspects of Reinsurance Batch 2": 25-27 Sept. 2019
AIT Extension will organize Insurance Professional Training Program - International Series NON-LIFE INSURANCE FOCUS: The Practical Aspects of Reinsurance Batch 2
Duration: 25-27 September 2019
Venue: The Ambassador Hotel Bangkok
This 3-day program will examine the fundamentals and practical aspects of treaty and facultative reinsurance. In addition to the nuts and bolts of reinsurance, you will learn from a practicing treaty reinsurer on ways to assess a reinsurer’s financial security and how a reinsurer would evaluate your treaty program and price them.
For more information about the training, interested persons can view it from https://extension.ait.ac.th/course/965
(d)Professional Training Program on Advanced Shrimp Farming: 3 – 10 Nov. 2019
Professional Training Program on "Advanced Shrimp Farming"
Date: 3-10 November 2019
Venue: AIT Conference Center, AIT Campus
"Advanced Shrimp Farming" is one week long professional training program, which has been designed to address not only the lack of know-how and issues with farming practices but also to meet the specific needs and requirements for the sustainable development of this venture in the region. The program will cover the state of the art of farming practices, existing good practices, innovation and advanced technology in farming and shrimp healthcare along with planning and management of environmental issues with shrimp farming.
For more details pls. visit at https://www.extension.ait.ac.th/course/457
(e) Strategic Human Resource Management and Business Leadership: 11 – 15 Nov. 2019
A training program on "Strategic Human Resource Management and Business Leadership" will be organized by AIT Extension from 11-15 November 2019.
Professional Development Course on "Strategic Human Resource Management and Business Leadership"
Duration: 11-15 November 2019
Venue: AIT Conference Center
More details: www.extension.ait.ac.th/course/897
(f)Training Program on "Sustainable Agriculture, Agribusiness and Value Chain Management in Thailand"
AIT Extension will organize a Training Program on “Sustainable Agriculture, Agribusiness and Value Chain Management in Thailand" at AIT.
Program: "Sustainable Agriculture, Agribusiness and Value Chain Management in Thailand"
Duration: 2-7 December 2019
Venue: AIT Conference Center, AIT Campus
The “Sustainable Agriculture, Agribusiness and Value Chain Management in Thailand” is a one-week long professional development program, which has been designed to address the key issues dealing by the agriculturists and development professionals in other countries often with similar or different agro-ecological zones. At the end of this program, participants are expected to widen their views and understandings on modern and sustainable farming practices in different agro-ecological zones including low land or wetland ecosystems.
For more details please visit at www.extension.ait.ac.th/course/948
D. Faculty and Staff Travel
Prof. Kanchana Kanchanasut / Chiang Mai, Thailand / 7 – 13 September 2019*
Dr. Adisorn Lertsinsrubtavee / Chiang Mai, Thailand / 8 – 13 September 2019*
Mr. Voravate Chonlasin / New Delhi, India and Dhaka, Bangladesh / 10 – 20 September 2019
Ms. Narumon Wangnai / New Delhi, India and Dhaka, Bangladesh / 10 – 20 September 2019
Ms. Patichhya Sharma / Uttarakhand, India / 14 – 20 September 2019*
Dr. Nophea Sasaki / California, USA / 15 – 20 September 2019
Dr. Anil Kumar Anal / Dublin, Ireland / 15 -21 September 2019
Dr. Loc Thai Nguyen / Dublin, Ireland / 15 – 21 September 2019
Dr. Salvatore G.P. Virdis / Beijing, China / 15 – 29 September 2019
Ms. Worawan Sumroerum / Dhaka, Bangladesh / 16 – 20 September 2019
Dr. Teerapat Sanguankotchakorn / Matsue, Japan / 16 – 23 September 2019
Mr. SK Shahin Hossain / Dhaka, Bangladesh / 16 – 24 September 2019
Dr. Wenchao Xue / Suzhou, China / 17 – 20 September 2019*
Dr. Vilas Nittivatananon / Suzhou, PRC / 17 – 20 September 2019*
Dr. Ram C. Bhujel / Khon Kaen and Chiang Mai, Thailand / 17 – 21 September 2019*
Ms. Thaniya Jirasathitpornpong / Saraburi, Thailand / 18 September 2019*
Dr. Manzul K. Hazarika / Uttarakhand, Bagdagra, Guwahati, India / 19 – 22 September 2019*
Mr. Don Rajitha Malshan Athukorala / Chiang Rai, Thailand / 21 – 23 September 2019
Prof. Kyoko Kusakabe / Lahore, Pakistan / 21 – 25 September 2019
Dr. Attaphongse Taparugssanagorn / Oulu, Finland / 21 – 29 September 2019
Dr. Sangam Shrestha / Arizona, USA / 22 – 28 September 2019
Dr. Vilas Nittivatananon / Arizona, USA / 22 – 28 September 2019
Prof. Deepak Sharma / Austria, Vienna / 23 – 27 September 2019
Prof. Joyashree Roy / Bangladesh, India, and Austria / 24 September – 12 October 2019
Dr. Avishek Datta / Hanoi, Vietnam / 25 – 27 September 2019
Dr. Hayat Ullah / Hanoi, Vietnam / 25 – 27 September 2019
Dr. Anil Kumar Anal / Taipei, Taiwan / 26 – 29 September 2019
Dr. Shobhakar Dhakal / India / 28 September – 5 October 2019
*(Staff or faculty member travelled and returned to AIT prior to documentation received for publication)