In Thailand, conducting research is one of the indicators in the quality assurance standard prescribed by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation (MHESI), formerly the Office of the Higher Education Commission (OHEC). As part of its policy, the MHESI 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. 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 the society, lifestyle, arts and culture, environment, occupation, economy, politics and governance, quality life, and health, or those initiated for introducing solutions to problems and/or for catalyzing social developmental progress. In brief, this conference is one of the avenues to increase the number of academicians, lecturers and researchers conducting research studies on Service to Society.
Thus, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University’s hosting the 10th National and International Academic Conference is 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.
To take part in attaining the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, the first part of the conference is allotted for the reporting and discussion of each co-host’s SDG activities and culminated by a keynote speech.
Approximately 150 local and international participants that include lecturers, academicians, researchers, graduate students and other interested persons.
(include but not limited to Physical Science, Biological Science, Biotechnology, Food Science, Food Technology, Industrial Microbiology, Computer Science)
(includes but not limited to Medicine, Dentistry, Traditional Thai Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Clinical Psychology, Optometry, Medical Technology, Heart and Chest Technology, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, Medical Science, Radiology, Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Technology, Medical Social Work)
(include but not limited to Linguistics and Literature, History, Law, Liberal Arts, Philosophy, Religion, Visual Arts, Sociology, Demography, Communication Arts, Educational Measurement and Evaluation, Educational Administration, Educational Technology, Guidance and Counseling)
(include but not limited to Business Administration, Economics, Commerce, Accounting)
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Business Chinese and Chinese Language and Culture
Keynote speaker presentation
1. All posters will be available on the conference website on the day of the conference.
2. Poster presenters should include contact information (e.g. Line, Messenger, email, etc., in case the participants have questions) on the posters.
Huachiew Chalermprakiet University
Bangphli District, Samutprakarn Thailand