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MSU organized Multidisciplinary Research Seminar on Sustainable Tourism Development

MSU organized Multidisciplinary Research Seminar on Sustainable Tourism Development

2017-06-19 166

Mahasarakham University organized Multidisciplinary Research Seminar on Sustainable Tourism Development under a project called “TOURISM RESEARCH FOUR POINT ZERO” 
in response to Thailand's innovation strategies for the 21stcentury. The seminar was held 
at Faculty of Public Health, Mahasarakham University on June 19, 2017,
 
“The seminar was jointly organized by three faculties of Mahasarakham University, namely Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management, Faculty of Public Health and Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts. This forum brings together scholars, researchers, practitioners, students and community leaders to discuss the issues of multidisciplinary field collaboration in tourism, hotel management, public health and arts. It also serves to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of tourism, public health and art areas with a common interest in improving advances in inter and multi-disciplinary research and implications. The participants can apply the acquired theoretical knowledge in terms of research processes to sustainable development in research projects in cooperation between researchers, students and community partners. It is expected to provide the bases for joint venture among different fields to serve the society in a better and sustainable way,” said Dr. La-iard Silanoi, Dean of Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management. 
 
Well-known and respected speakers, Mr. Chomnan Srisawat, a Vice-president of Thai Federation of Provincial Tourist Association, and member of the Advisory Committee of the Krabi Tourism Association, and Mr. Thanawat Thongperm, Vice-president of the Association of Domestic Travel of Thailand, and member of the Advisory Committee of Thai Transportation Operators Association, were invited to present and share their thoughts with MSU Deans of Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Managements, Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts and Faculty of Public Health at the seminar. Besides, Prof. Dr. Pradit Terdtoon, Dean of Graduate School, MSU also gave special talk about knowledge creation in multidisciplinary research for the 21st century.
 
The Seminar was well attended by over 200 participants consisting of university and college students, researchers, administrators of Sub-district Administrative Organization, and community leaders in Northeastern Thailand.
 
Read more at: http://www.msu.ac.th
 

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