Don Kaew TAO held 2nd Volunteer Assembly Day
Don Kaew held an awards ceremony on
September 9 to recognize the importance of volunteer work.
Chiang Mai PRD Office
The 2nd Volunteer Assembly Day was held in Don Kaew Sub –
District on September 9, 2013 to support volunteers and illustrate the
power of the Thai volunteer. Surapon Sattayarak, the Permanent Secretary
of Chiang Mai, presided over the opening ceremony that was held in
cooperation with the Don Kaew Tambon Administrative Organization, Mae
Rim District, the National Command Centre for Drugs Elimination Chiang
Mai office, Chiang Mai Provincial Social Development and Human Security
Office and the Don Kaew Volunteer Spirit Network.
Volunteers have worked on the occasion of H.M. the Queen’s Birthday to
provide local children with information and education on the dangers of
drugs, to cultivate awareness among people to be responsible for
themselves and society and to educate children on the importance of
being a good person and to build enthusiasm for doing good without hope
There was an award ceremony for 30 volunteers by the President of Don
Kaew Tambon Administrative Organization, Exhibition of a Volunteer
profile, donations booth to establish volunteer funds, singing and
dancing contests and more.
Kids get serious about
recycling at Panyaden School
Recycling is a way of life at Panyaden
School in Hang Dong. Its students learn to care for their environment by
helping to clean up their classrooms and school grounds each week; to
re-use and recycle in order to reduce all waste, this is including dried
leaves and broken twigs. They also enjoy re-using materials to create
new art as part of their Life Skills lessons at school. Each class and
office has bins clearly marked for recycling and re-using. The students,
teachers and staff separate their general waste into these bins that
will be collected every Friday. (Photo courtesy of Panyaden staff)
CMU team win 7th AIS 3G
One-2-Call! BrandAge Award
The winning team from CMU are
presented with a 200,000 baht check from Anake Ananwattanapong, Prepaid
Customer Management Division Director of AIS.
Chiang Mai Mail reporters
A team of CMU students beat out 723 teams as one of only 6 teams
chosen from 71 universities across the country. The project involved
developing a marketing plan for eco-tourism cycling tours in each region. In
the final round the 6 teams presented their marketing plan to committees and
the 20 Decibels team from Chiang Mai University took home the first place
trophy and a 200,000 baht prize.
Anake Ananwattanapong, Prepaid Customer Management Division Director of AIS,
said the project was held to encourage teamwork among students and for
students to learn using real world experiences outside the classroom by
developing marketing plans that would entice both Thai and foreign tourists
to each region as well as promote a clean ecologically friendly tourism
business that also benefits the local community.
Student teams were expected to present their plan, provide a 3 minute video
marketing the project and using social networking tools as part of the
Payap University receive
The National Presbyterian
Church donated computer equipment to Payap University for converting data
archives on September 4, 2013. Here John Forrer representing the National
Presbyterian Church is seen with Assistant Professor Dr. Somphan Wongdee,
Assistant President for Academic Affairs and Chitra Samsa Dewald Memorial
Library, Payap University receiving the equipment at Payap University
Archives, Sirindorn Building, Payap University.
Rajabhat University presents research results for the year
A conference presented the
results of Rajabhat University research on integration of collaborative
projects among the public and private sectors.
Chiang Mai Mail reporters
Researchers in the Management Sciences at Chiang Mai Rajabhat
University presented the results of their researches for the past year at a
conference held at the Empress Hotel & Convention Center on September 13,
2013. Asst. Prof. Vet. Supachai Sritiwong, Vice President of Chiang Mai
Rajabhat University presided over the opening of the conference that was
held under the concept that the purpose of the university’s research is to
drive the economic and social development of Chiang Mai by using practical
application of knowledge and academic concepts. The goal is to integrate all
sectors of academia, community, local government and relevant agencies to
enhance local development.
The results of the research for the academic year of 2013 will help further
development of the local community and will aid relevant agencies to develop
their management and integrate collaborative projects. The conference also
awarded 8 learning centers and schools, 11 travel communities of Chiang Mai
and 7 Master local communities for their work in the economic development of
in Chiang Mai.