5th National and International Conference - "Research to Serve Society"
25th Foundation Anniversary - Huachiew Chalermprakiet University
May 26, 2017 @ Samutprakarn, Thailand

Welcome to 5th National and International Conference
on the Occasion of HCU 25th Foundation Anniversary

Click HERE to download E-Conference Abstract (6 MB)
Click HERE to download full E-Conference Proceeding (~44 MB)
Liberal Arts Review (TCI#2 special issue for selected papers in liberal arts, humanities and social sciences) can be seen by
clicking here
HCU Journal (TCI#2 special issue for selected papers in health sciences) can be seen by
clicking here

Conference place is at Huachiew Chalermprakiet University, Sriwaree Center (HCU2)
which is around 3 Km. from Main Campus.
Latitude/Longitude of HCU2 is (13.625875, 100.760388).
There are shuttle vans from HCU Main Campus to HCU Sriwaree Center (HCU2)
Click here to see the route in 'Google Map' from HCU Main Campus to Sriwaree Center (HCU2)

For the author, please send your final presentation files (pdf and powerpoint) to

Ms.Hathairat at "hathairat.hcu@gmail.com"

for preparation. Thank you.

Please click here to see information about conference registration


        Thailand’s National Education Act of 1998, in one of its provisions, states that conducting research is an indispensable function of higher education institutions. Research projects must be regularly conducted so research findings can be used for development purposes and must be continuously implemented to harness maximum benefits for students, lecturers, academicians and respective institutions involved in the research projects. Moreover, in Thailand, conducting research is one of the indicators in the quality assurance standard prescribed by the Office of the Higher Education Commission (OHEC).
        As part of its policy, the OHEC has stipulated that academic/research studies in the area of Service to Society can be used as one of the requirements for applying an academic rank. By employing the expertise from at least one of the departments of a faculty in a higher education institution, research/academic studies with concrete results and defined benefits in the area of Service to Society, may contribute to the development of the local community. Beneficial research studies are either those that catalyze positive changes in one area or in multifaceted areas of society, lifestyle, arts and culture, environment, occupations, economy, politics and governance, quality life, and health, or those initiated for introducing solutions to problems and/or for catalyzing social developmental progress. The bottom line is the fruition of an increasing number of academicians, lecturers and researchers conducting research studies on Service to Society.
        As an institution of higher learning that acknowledges the indispensable role of research in the academe, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University has the policy to promote, encourage and improve academicians, lecturers and students’ abilities to conduct research and other academic works not to mention the support in publishing research articles in local and international peer-reviewed journals and/or their presentations in national and international conferences.
        Thus, in celebration of the auspicious occasion of its 25th Foundation Anniversary in 2017, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University will host the 5th national and international academic conference as one of the mechanisms to promote a supportive academic atmosphere; to regularly encourage the conduct of research activities among lecturers and academicians; to promote quality research projects and knowledge production through research; to strongly advocate among academicians, lecturers and students the importance of conducting research; and to create an avenue for exchanging academic knowledge among other higher education institutions.


1. To create an avenue for disseminating research findings of local and international academicians, experts, lecturers and students from both private and government educational institutions of higher learning,
2. To initiate the exchange of knowledge, concepts, methodological practices and experience in conducting research, and
3. To build a network of local and international researchers.