WELCOME

WELCOME
The School of Environment, Resources and Development and the Urban Environmental Engineering and Management Program cordially welcome Dr. PER H. NIELSEN from Denmark as an Associate Professor. He is seconded by Danida for 2 years.

Dr. Nielsen holds a M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark.

Public Service

Public Service

Positions are available at the following:

- TEACHING positions at Kasetsart University (Sakon Nakhon Campus). Qualifications: Master's Degree/Doctoral Degrees in Science, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Accounting, Business Administration (Management), Agricultural Industry (Science and Food Technology), Agriculture (Crops, Veterinary), Applied Linguistics or Linguistics, or related fields.

FAREWELL

FAREWELL

The Bulletin (on paper) says farewell. Subsequent issues of the Bulletin will now be on-line. Visit us weekly on Monday afternoons for the latest news and views, hot tips and announcements. To access us, please click NEWS and EVENTS on the AIT Homepage
https://www.

FINAL EXAMINATION of Mr. Nguyen Van Hop

FINAL EXAMINATION of Mr. Nguyen Van Hop

The final examination of Mr. Nguyen Van Hop (IEC978430), a candidate for the degree of Doctor of Engineering in the Industrial Systems Engineering Program, School of Advanced Technologies, will be held on Friday, 17 March, at 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Room #219, Chalerm Prakiat Building.

JOB VACANCY at AIT

JOB VACANCY at AIT
Reference Number: 007

Position: Assistant/Technician Computer Laboratory Supervisor

Grade: A8-A9

Deadline for Application: 20 Mar 2000

For further information or to fax your CV, call Ms. Maybell Belonio-Diopenes at Human Resources Office, tel.

New Course Offering

New Course Offering

The new elective course ED09.98L: Life Cycle Assessment of Products and Systems, 3(3-0), to be offered in the May 2000 term by the Environmental Technology and Management field of study, will be held on Wednesdays, 11.00-11.50 a.m., Room E108 and Fridays, 10.00-11.50 a.m., Room E108.

Students who have registered for the Master's Program in 'Cleaner Production' are encouraged to take this course.