Curiosity killed the ignorant me

Curiosity killed the ignorant me

Blog Post by Rhea L. Gumasing

What did I know of the Asian Institute of Technology?  Or the better question then was, what do I need to know? My curiosity began long before I entered AIT, and it cemented my resolve and enhanced my excitement to pursue a degree knowing that I will be learning in an international environment that transcends boundaries defined by age, gender, country, preference, and opinions.

How to Groom Intellectuals?

How to Groom Intellectuals?

Find out more from this article in Financial Times (Sri Lanka). The article draws heavily on AIT President Prof. Worsak Kanok-Nukulchai's address before the Royal Society of Thailand. The title of Prof. Worsak's address was ‘Grooming the Intellectuals to be Global Citizens in the 21st Century’. This is the first part of a column by the writer W A Wijewardana, and it exclusively deals with Prof.

My first days at AIT

My first days at AIT

by Nikita Valluri
It was going to be so exciting.

Oh boy, living all by myself. With my friends. Just us.

We were going to have so much fun.

These thoughts raced through my mind, as I stepped down the bus and took in the scenic view of the campus spread out in front of me.

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The evolution of the AIT website

The evolution of the AIT website

Websites are virtual entrepôts, and home pages are not just a window to the world, but they also exemplify and reflect the character and ethos of an organization.

When the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) launched its website in 1995, the website was a collection of simple html files, but in an era of restricted internet speeds and limited bandwidth, the AIT website was a trendsetter.