On Friday, September 19, 2014, Shinawatra University marks its 13th graduation ceremony at its main campus in Pathumthani. At the event, Mr. Paron Israsena Na Ayudhaya, Chairman of the University Council, bestows academic degree to the graduates. Congratulations.
On Saturday, September 13, 2014, the School of Liberal Arts (postgraduate programs) organized an open house and held a seminar on “Media Convergence: Global Effects” at the BBDBuilding, Bangkok. The main purpose for the event is to share valuable experience from well know public figures including Dr. Chatchart Sittipunt, a former Minister of Transport. As a result, sizable applicants were submitted their application for enrollment.
Dr. Chatchart Sittipunt as the key note speaker of the event.
Partial of participants take a group photo before the session dismissed.
Dr. Suchai Thanawastien, Dean – School of Liberal Arts, briefs on modernized media.
Sombat Boonngamanong, a very well reputated newshawk, presented his previous experience to the audience.
Advisor to the President, Police Major General Voradej Pisutsak, delivered an opening speech.
Recently, Seehhazzakd Rojanaapichatsakul, a student of Master of Education in Teaching as an International Language (M.Ed TEIL.), Shinawatra University, won a research excellence award (the first consolation prize) in the field of Language and Communication from National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) in the Thesis Competition of the NIDA network on NIDA Open House Day 2014.
As required in the competition, his thesis entitled “An English Communicative Framework for Spa Therapists in Bangkok, Thailand,” as partial fulfillment of Master of Education in Teaching English as an International Language, had been reviewed by the NIDA’s research committee and was also presented to interested individuals who attended the event. His thesis was under the supervision of Associate Professor Dr. Kantatip Sinhaneti, School of Liberal Arts, Shinawatra University.