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HAPPY FACES FROM DIFFERENT RACES

AIT Child Center selected students recently joined the National Girl Guide Meeting in Bangkok. Fifth Grader Aiden Gonzales shares her memoirs of the event.

HAPPY FACES FROM DIFFERENT RACES

Rija, Amy, Nabeela, Mrs. Sonia and of course, me, Aiden, had very happy faces on the 13th of February 2002. It was the day of our trip to the Girl Guide Headquarters in Bangkok, and all the Girl Guides from around Thailand (Representatives were chosen for each troop, otherwise there would be too much children) were there! We were representing the AIT Child Center, our school.

Seminars, Training Programs and Conferences @ AIT

Seminars, Training Programs and Conferences @ AIT
COMPUTATIONAL GRIDS: NEW CHALLENGES FOR DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING

The Computer Science and Information Management (CSIM) Program, School of Advanced Technologies will be holding a special lecture on 8 March 2002, 1:00 p.m. in CS Room 209. The lecture entitled 'Computational Grids: New Challenges for Distributed Computing' will be conducted by Prof.

Visiting AIT

VISITING AIT

An internship arrangement for students from James Madison College at the Michigan State University (MSU) was discussed during the visit of Dr. Murari Suvedi, Assistant Dean, International Studies and Program, and Dr. Grant Littke, Coordinator of Field Study Program, JMC/ MSU, on 7 February.

SERD faculty appointed as member of GEF Scientific and Advisory Panel

SERD faculty appointed as member of GEF Scientific and Advisory Panel

Prof. S. C. Bhattacharya, a faculty member of the School of Environment, Resources and Development (SERD), has been appointed as a member of the Scientific and Advisory Panel of the Global Environment Facility (GEF).

In his congratulatory remarks, Prof Chongrak Polprasert, SERD Dean, said, 'Prof.

Working Meeting on Peacemaking and International Insecurity in the 21st Century” at AIT”

Prof. Mario Tabucanon, Provost, is seen saying his welcome address to the participants.

Working Meeting on 'Peacemaking and International Insecurity in the 21st Century' at AIT

NGO leaders, academics, activists, and peacemakers from throughout Asia and beyond
met for a working meeting on 'Peacemaking and International Insecurity in the 21st Century'
at AIT, on 10-13 February 2002. It was organized by Santi Pracha Dhamma Institute (SPDI).
Translated into English, SPDI stands for Peace, People (Participatory Democracy), and Justice.

Blood donation

Blood donation

The Thai Red Cross Society's bloodmobile is scheduled to obtain blood donation
on Thursday, 28 February 2002, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noontime, at the parking lot
in front of the AIT-Conference Center. All AITians are most welcome.

We count on volunteer donors to save lives by giving a part of themselves
through blood donation.

Doctoral Thesis Presentation

Doctoral Thesis Presentation
Mr. C. B. Shrestha (RRP 989669), a doctoral candidate in the
RDGR Program, SERD will have his final examination on Monday, 11 March, 9:00-11:00 a.m. at Room S101 (SERD Meeting Room), Energy Program Building

His dissertation is entitled Developing and Testing a Participatory Methodology for Regional Road Network Planning in Nepal
.

Interested persons are invited to attend.

AITAA Doctoral Conference Participation Program

AITAA Doctoral Conference Participation Program

The AITAA sponsors doctoral students to attend an international conference. The aims are to promote interest in sharing of knowledge and experience, and to project the AIT image in research.

The AITAA will provide financial support not exceeding Bt35,000 for one
doctoral student to assist to cover the cost of attendance including
registration, traveling, and accommodation expenses.

Items for Sale

Items for Sale

The Student Accommodation Office has a quantity of used bed-sheets, towels, and pillowcases for sale on
Friday, 1 March, 9.00 a.m. - 11.30 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. - 3.00 p.m. The prices will be as follows:

Used bed-sheets (double) 4 sheets/pack = Bt100
Used bed-sheets (single) 5 sheets/pack = Bt100
Used towels (thick) 5 pcs.