AIT alum named Reuters Hot List climate scientist

By Kanda Yaemboonruang

More than 20 years in science, with 237 papers published with over 6,000 citations, and countless young researchers under his wings, AIT alum Prof. Shabbir Hussaini Gheewala is one of the most influential scientists in Thailand and has made the 2021 Reuters Hot List of the world’s top climate scientists with his expertise and dedication on his scientific work related to sustainability, life-cycle assessment and global warming.

Bangchak CEO shares insight on Energy Transition

By Kanda Yaemboonruang

AIT alum Mr. Chaiwat Kovavisarach discusses what makes zero carbon emission possible, as he shares industry insight on technologies that will transform the future of energy – and his fond memories of AIT.

As the world is shunning fossil fuels due to their impact on climate change, and as technologies to produce renewable energy have made it more affordable to switch, it is not difficult to see the trajectory of energy transition – from dirty to green.

Virtual Reunion Took AITians Down Memory Lane 

By Kanda Yaemboonruang

AIT alumni, USA Chapter, reminisced the good old days while making new memories at ‘AITAA-USA reunion’ on February 6, 2021. The first ever 2-hour virtual reunion with a theme titled ‘Unity in Diversity’ organized by the AIT Alumni Association (AITAA), USA Chapter, provided a memorable and unique experience for all AIT family members joining the event.

Love is All Around AIT

Students, faculty and staff members at the Asian Institute of Technology are confessing their love on Valentine’s Day. From short meaningful messages, we hear from the AITians what they love about the institute they share.

Shuang Wang, China
Student of MBA at SOM
“I love AIT because I love the natural and peaceful environment on the campus.

Award winning GDS Alumna strives for Gender Equality & Rights

By Kanda Yaemboonruang

In her early 30s, May Sabe Phyu was working with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) as a Health Education Specialist. She had travelled along Myanmar’s borders and visited many villages in remote rural areas.

She noticed that the majority of those people were living in poverty with no transportation or communication, and most importantly, they were living amidst extreme gender inequality and still practicing various forms of gender discrimination.

Father-son DBA duo credit School of Management for their company’s upward growth

By Kanda Yaemboonruang

Logic, critical thinking and systematic planning are skills that a pair of father and son entrepreneurs acquired while studying at the AIT School of Management and have contributed to the transformation of their family business “Join & Coin Corporation”. These key attributes have allowed their firm to grow faster and stronger, to reach further, and to operate sustainably through any form of disruption.

“Friday TikTalk Series” connects new students abroad to AIT campus life

By Carla Gonzales

The end of the Fall Semester at AIT is fast approaching and many new students have been attending classes online via Hybrid Mode of Instruction from countries overseas.

To connect all students together, the Office of Student Affairs, in partnership with the Interim Student Representatives team, designed a series of virtual activities this semester to join our new AIT students who have not yet arrived in Thailand with their fellow students now on campus.