Lecturer Profile

Ms. Amara Verawat

Ms. Amara Verawat

Educational Background

Year Completed   Details of Qualifications:
2012 – Present Doctor of Philosophy in Management (Candidate), Faculty of Management Science, Silpakorn University
2002 Master of Education (Hospitality Organizational Training and Management), Glion Institute of Higher Education, Switzerland
1998 Bachelor of Art (Travel Industry Management), Mahidol University International College, Thailand

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Monographs  –
Book chapters  –
Journal articles  –
Conference proceedings Amara Verawat, Praesita Chuayrattana, Paitara Chaochalard. Hotel Management Graduates’ Competency and the Thai Hotel Industry Expectation, โครงการประชุมวิชาการบัณฑิตศึกษาระดับชาติและนานาชาติ ครั้งที่ 6 เรื่อง“สหวิทยาการสร้างสรรค์เพื่อการพัฒนาที่ยั่งยืน”และโครงการประชุมวิชาการระดับชาติและนานาชาติ“สหวิทยาการสร้างสรรค์เพื่อการพัฒนาที่ยั่งยืน”ณ ศูนย์สันสกฤตศึกษามหาวิทยาลัยศิลปากร เขตทวีวัฒนา กรุงเทพฯ

 

Amara Verawat. Service Quality and Marketing Mix Factors Affecting Undergraduate Students’ Satisfaction toward Cinema Usage in Bangkok Area – Case Study of Silpakorn University International College, Presented in The Silpakorn 70th Anniversary International Conference, 2013 December 1-3, Bangkok, Thailand

Newspaper articles

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year: Details:
2006 – Present Assistant Dean in Quality Assurance/Lectuerer, Silpakorn University International College.
2005 – 2006 Training Manager, Sodexho Healthcare Support Service, Bangkok
2004 – 2005 Guest Service Manager, Khaolak Merlin Resort and Spa, Phang Nga
2003 – 2004 Executive Secretary, Khaolak Merlin Resort and Spa, Phang Nga
2003 – 2003 Assistant Training Manager, Rayavadee Resort, Krabi
2002 – 2003 Assistant Training Manager, Novotel Coralia Magic Lagoon, Phang Nga
2002 – 2002 Assistant to Human Resources Development Department, Accor Bangkok Office, Bangkok
2000 – 2001 Sales Coordinator, Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square, Bangkok

  

Academic Interests

Human Resources Management, Human Resources Development, Psychology, Service Psychology,
Customer Relationship Management, Creative Tourism, Sustainable Tourism, Cultural Tourism

Ms. Ariyaporn Nunthiphatprueksa

Ms. Ariyaporn Nunthiphatprueksa

Educational Background

Year Completed Details of Qualifications
2015-Present Doctor of Philosophy in Management, International College of NIDA, National Institute of Development Administration (Thailand)
2012-2013 MSc International Business Management (with commendation), Kingston University (UK)

**Achieved “International Scholarship”

2008-2011 B.B.A. in Hotel Management (First Class Honour), Silpakorn University International College, Silpakorn University (Thailand)

**Achieved “Bhumipol Scholarship”

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Books   –
Book chapters   –
Journal articles Nunthiphatprueksa, A. (2017) “Is Guerilla Marketing Worth Investing? The Impacts of Guerilla Marketing on Purchase Intention”, UTCC International Journal of Business and Economics (ISSN:1906-5582) Volume 9 Number 2, December 2017.

 

Nunthiphatprueksa, A., et al. (2017) “A Study of an International College Model in the Era of Globalisation’ Naresuan” University Journals: Science and Technology. Journal of Community Development Research (Humanities and Social Science 2017.  Vol. 10, No. 1 (January –March): 27-41

Nunthiphatprueksa, A., et al. (2016) “International College Model as It Should Be” Veridian E-Jourmal Silpakorn University ฉบับ International humanities, Social science and Arts Vol. 9, No. 4 (January-April): 155-167

Conference proceedings Tarsakoo P., and Nunthiphatprueksa A. (2017), Key Success Factors of Digital Marketing: a Case Study of Cosmetics Brand in Thailand  presented at  SUIC’s 15th Anniversary Conference and Exhibition: The Integration of Art, Creative, & Management. 81-94, Bangkok, Thailand 19-20 November 2017.

Thanasarnaksorn C., and Nunthiphatprueksa A. (2017), The Effect of Destination Image on Satisfaction and Loyalty: a Study of Foreign Tourists in Bangkok  presented at SUIC’s 15th Anniversary Conference and Exhibition: The Integration of Art, Creative, & Management. 81-94, Bangkok, Thailand 19-20 November 2017.

Nunthiphatprueksa A., and Suntrayuth S. (2017), Does Tempting Environment Functional? The Impact of Online Store Environment on Purchase Intention presented at the First International Workshop on Entrepreneurship in Electronic and Mobile Business. Bangkok, Thailand 8-9 November 2017.

Siriwichai, C. Nunthiphatprueksa, A., Riddhagni, N., and Chanpiwat, S. (2017, November). A review on social enterprise in tourism industry for business sustainability under Thailand 4.0 roadmap. Paper presented at the 15th Asia Pacific Conference: Global Perspectives in Changing Local Landscapes, Oita, Japan. Abstract retrieved from https://goo.gl/DaiWtm

Nunthiphatprueksa A., et al. (2015), Building a University Brand; Students’ Choice of an International Programme in a Higher Education Institution presented, the 3rd SUIC International Conference: The Trend of Global Business in the New Digital Era. 303-317, Bangkok, Thailand 2-3 December 2015.

Newspaper articles   –

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year

 

Details
2015 – Present Lecturer/Curriculum Committee, Silpakorn University International College

Guest Lecturer, Royal Thai Naval Academy

2013 – 2015:

 

Purchasing Manager and International Affairs, P.S.M. Bearing Co., LTD

 

Academic Interests
Marketing, International Business, Management

Dr. Chalermporn Siriwichai, PhD.

Dr. Chalermporn Siriwichai, PhD.

Educational Background 

Year Completed Details of Qualifications
2014 Doctor of Philosophy, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan

Major: Asia Pacific Studies (Marketing-based thesis)

1999 Master of Science, MIM Programme, Thammasat University, Thailand

Major Marketing

Reputation:

World Champion Winner (1999) – Moot Corp Business Plan Competition Hosted by University of Texas at Austin U.S.A. – ‘Fabrica’ team member of Thammasat University, MIM programme.

Best Presentation of Business Plan on Fabrica Co., Ltd. Moot Corp Business Plan competition.

1998 Master of Business Administration, Winter semester,

University of Victoria, Canada.

(Exchange students Programme between TU – U.VIC)

1993 Bachelor of Arts, Thammasat University, Thailand

Major: Psychology Minors: English and Chinese (Mandarin)

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Books  –
Book chapters  –
Journal articles Siriwichai, C. and Diefebach, T. (April, 2016).  Revitalising Cooperatives of Agricultural Communities: OTOP Organisations in Thai Villages. Young Academic Voice, Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 19.

 

Siriwichai, C. (September, 2014). The influence of Japanese customers’ demographics on their perceptions of cooperative agri-food retailers: the case of Konohana Garten. Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies (RJAPS), Vol 33, pp. 1-13.

Conference proceedings Siriwichai, C. Nunthiphatprueksa, A., Riddhagni, N., and Chanpiwat, S. (2017, November). A review on social enterprise in tourism industry for business sustainability under Thailand 4.0 roadmap. Paper presented at the 15th Asia Pacific Conference: Global Perspectives in Changing Local Landscapes, Oita, Japan. Abstract retrieved from https://goo.gl/DaiWtm

Pimngern, J. and Siriwichai, C. (2017, November). Financial inclusion in key ASEAN countries: How FinTech is changing lives of the bottom million. Paper presented at the 15th Asia Pacific Conference: Global Perspectives in Changing Local Landscapes, Oita, Japan. Abstract retrieved from https://goo.gl/DaiWtm

Siriwichai, C. (2017). Value-based economy in Thailand’s MICE cities: The case study of Airbnb markets. Proceedings of SUIC’s15th Anniversary Conference and Exhibition: The Integration of Art, Creativity, and Management, pp.321-333. Bangkok, Thailand: Silpakorn University International College. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2zUqKJa

Siriwichai, C. (December, 2015). Digital Destination Marketing in Asean Tourism Branding. Proceeding of The 3rd SUIC International Conference. Paper presented at The 3rd SUIC International Conference: the trend of global business in the new digital era (Thailand), Bangkok (pp.415-426). Bangkok, Silpakorn University International College, December 2-3, 2015.

 

Siriwichai, C. (December, 2012). Japanese consumers’ behaviors on the agri-food retailing in Japan: the case of Konohana Garten. Proceeding of International Asia Pacific Conference. Paper presented at International Asia Pacific Conference(Japan), December 7-9, 2012.

 

Siriwichai, C. (June, 2012). The Impact of free-trade on the agricultural products of China and India. Paper presented at Asian Conference on Asian Studies at Osaka, June 2012.

 

Siriwichai, C. (July, 2012). Japan Advertising In Fashion Industry On The Internet Media. Proceeding of Global Marketing Conference. Paper presented at Global Marketing Conference (Seoul), July 2012, session 8.10.2.

Newspaper
articles
Siriwichai, C. (August, 2012). The End of the West: The Once And Future Europe. Book Review Article on the Life section. Bangkok Post Newspaper; August 6, 2012.
Panel discussion Siriwichai, C. (2017, November). Gender equality: the outlook in Thailand. In D.D. Kida (Chair), The role of women in Asia Pacific Studies. Round Table discussion conducted at the 15th Asia Pacific Conference of Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Oita, Japan.

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2014 – Present Lecturer/Instructor/Curriculum Committee, Silpakorn University International College

-Academic Curriculum Committee of BBA in Event and Leisure Marketing programme.

-Academic Advisor for BBA students.

-Programme Director, BBA in Event & Leisure Marketing (2015-2016)

-Co-constructor of curriculum BBA in  Event and Leisure Marketing with Deputy Dean and Assistant Dean (2014-2015)

-Committee for Public Relations and Corporate Communication (2015-2016)

-Committee for Information Technology (2015-2016).

-Support SUIC website development, contents update and transfer.

-Researcher in marketing, hospitality, tourism, and business management fields.

-Support and emphasize on Problem-based learning, E-learning, and information technology-based learning.

-Freshmen Sport day 2015 organizing committee; planning and implementation committee.

-Teaching courses for undergraduate students

Hotel Management major

Professional Ethics and Laws for Hotel and Tourism Industry

Marketing Plans

Negotiation Techniques

Production and Operation Management

Event and Leisure Marketing major

Practical Event and Leisure Marketing Studies

Essential Marketing Plan

Internship in Marketing Profession

Event and Leisure Planning and Implementation

Marketing Research

Entrepreneurship and Business Venture

Sustainable Brand Management

Basic Production and Operation Management

MBA in International Business programme

Total Quality Management

International Business Leadership

2009 – 2011

 

Full-time Lecturer of School of Management, Mae Fah Luang University

-Business Administration programmes’ committee: both undergraduate and graduate programmes

-Academic services for other institutions and government sectors

-Co-advisor of Independent study of Master degree programs; MBA and MBA logistics & Supply Chain management

-Co-researcher in tourism management project

-School of Management’s subcommittee in many functions, such as new curriculum design, public relation, program coordinator, events and seminars organizer, and other assignments

-Teaching courses for undergraduate students in English language:

Principle of Business Administration

Retail Marketing

Seminar on Business Administration

Tourism and Hospitality Industry Marketing

Business Management

Business Venture and Entrepreneurship

Project Feasibility Study and Evaluation

-Adjunct lecturers’ coordinator in course: Project Feasibility Study and Evaluation, Taxation, Investment Banking, Entrepreneurship and Business Ventures of MBA class in Thai language.

-Students’ consultations: both Thai and International students

-Faculty Advisor of SIFE MFU team during 2009-2010

-MFU’s cultural ceremonies, conference, and other events participation and support.

2003 – 2009 Managing Director, B.E.B.C. Co., Ltd.
2003 – 2005 Textile & DIY Market Manager, Swarovski (Thailand) Limited.
1999 – 2003 Marketing Manager, Thai Spinning Industry Co., Ltd.
1995 – 1997 Export Merchandizer (U.S.A.), Creative Gems & Jewelry Co., Ltd.
1993 – 1994 Special Projects Recruitment officer, CP Group (Recruitment & Selection Center)

 

Academic Interests

Strategic branding, digital marketing, Retailing marketing, lifestyle marketing, Leisure marketing,
Event marketing, Multidisciplinary in ASEAN studies, Business Management,
Business Venture, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Hotel and tourism management

Mr. Chris(tianus Hermanus Johannes) de Boer

Mr. Chris(tianus Hermanus Johannes) de Boer

Educational Background 

Year Completed    Details of Qualifications
1978

 

Master degree

Major: Leisure Sociology;

Minors: Statistics and Social and Economic History

Agricultural University at Wageningen, Netherlands

1971 High School

Gymnasium B; Augustinianum at Eindhoven, Netherlands

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Books  –
Book chapters  –
Journal articles De recreatie en de leefbaarheid van Thorn In: Recreatie 1978 (no. 2), pg 30-33 Recreatie en de leefstijl van arbeiders In: Recreatie 1980 (no 1), pg 8-11

Toerisme in Gelderland: sociaal rendement centraal?
In: Recreatievoorzieningen 1981 (no 9), pg 431-436
(together with drs. R.C.A. Meester)

Natuurlijk …(ver)blijven: een onderzoek naar de relatie tussen verblijfsrecreatie en natuur en landschap in het ruimtelijk beleid op gemeentelijk niveau. (together with drs. J.A.M. Zom and mr.A.H.P.Kool)

Goedkoop in opmars In: Recreatie en Toerisme  1983, pg 114-117
(together with drs. J.A.M. Zom)

Zit er werk in vrije tijd? Arbeidsmarkt voor hoger opgeleide vrijetijdskundigen In: Recreatie en Toerisme 1984 (no 9), pg 406-410

Eind goed, al goed? Over toeristisch beleid en projecten.
In: Recreatie 1985 (no 3), pg 12-17 (together with drs.J.A.M. Zom)

De moderne seizoensrecreant In: Rekreaksie 1985 (no 7), pg 22-25

Achter gelijkmatige ontwikkelingen gaan grote veranderingen schuil. Veranderingen vakantie-uitgaven 82-83 In: Recreatie en Toerisme 1985 (no 9), pg 452-455

Naar een evaluatie van de doelstellingen van het toeristisch productbeleid
In: Vrije tijd en samenleving 1986 (no 3), pg 293-309

Waarheen met de vakantie? Het vakantiegedrag kwantitatief onderzocht.
In: Recreatie 1986 (no 4), pg 19-23

Waarheen met de vakantie? Een verklarend onderzoek naar de keuze eigen land – buitenland.
(Together with drs. H. Katteler) Report ITS Nijmegen/NRIT Breda 1986

West Zeeuwsch Vlaanderen: nieuwe infrastructuur: nieuwe investeringen?
in: Recreatie 1987 (no 5/6), pg 22-24

De marketing van recreatie en toerisme In: Recreatie 1988 (no 5), pg 4-6

Marketing is geen doos met verkooptrucs In: Recreatie 1990 (no 6), pg 20-22  (together with H. ter Horst)

Rol vrijwiligerswerk in toerisme en recreatie onderschat: onderzoek naar relaties en ontwikkelingsmogelijkheden In: Recreatie en Toerisme 1994 (no 11), pg 26-27 (together with H.C. Kromhout)

Minder Duitsers op vakantie in Nederland: economische en psychische depressie in het oosten In: Recreatie en Toerisme 1996 (no 7/8), pg 32-34

Blijvende depressie in het oosten: vakantiegedrag van Duitsers in 1996 en 1997 In: Recreatie en Toerisme 1997 (no 7/8), pg 34-35

Buddhist values, sustainability and leadership In: Veridian E-journal, SU Vol. 6, no 1, Jan-April 2013 www.ejournal.su.ac.th/iupoad/489.pdf

Conference proceedings Factors influencing cultural integration of expats in Thailand.
Paper  presented in International research Conference Silpakorn University. Bangkok, 2015.

Becoming an intercultural expat in Thailand. Some aspects of cultural integration of  88 expats, having lived at least 6 years in Thailand. Paper. Proceedings International Conference Silpakorn University. Bangkok 2013.

Integrated in Thai society. – some aspects of integration of 36 expats, having lived at least 6 years in Thailand – Paper IACCM Conference Rotterdam 2013  www.wu.ac.at/iaccm13/deboer2013

Authentic leadership and Buddhist values in the Thai hospitality industry Paper for EuroCHRIE conference in October 2010 in Amsterdam (The Netherlands); published on the Internet: www.eurochrie2010.nl/publications/23.pdf

(Buddhist) Spirituality in managing Thai hospitality companies in a sustainable way In: Proceedings SUIC Research conference May 2009.

Values within transformational leadership and their religious equivalents
In: Proceedings Conference Phuket Prince of Songkla University November 2009 :published on the Internet; www.conference.phuket.ac.th/PSU_OPEN_WEEK/paper8.pdfNewspaper articles –

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2008 – Present Lecturer,  Silpakorn University International College

(MBA/BBA in hospitality and tourism management; BBA Event and Leisure Marketing).

Responsible for the courses in marketing, case studies, strategic management, restaurant management, cross cultural management, basic research skills, innovation and personal development.

912 201           Work Methodology

912 204           Principles of marketing

912 302           Marketing management

912 304           Case Studies (Theory and Practice)

912 306           Restaurant management

912 310           Hotel regulations and law

912 401           Operational marketing management

912 402           Marketing plan

912 404           Strategic Management

912 407           Marketing for Hotel

912 411           Cross-Cultural Management

912 412           Case Studies

914 207           Event and Leisure Innovation

Guest lecturer, Silpakorn University Petchaburi campus

761 409           Sales Management

761315            International Business

Guest lecturer, Durakije Pundit University

Human Resources Management

2007 – 2008 English language teacher: ELT Communication Bangkok, London Bridge Bangkok, Math English Bangkok, 2 primary schools in Lam Luk Ka (Wat  Koh Suwannaram and Smart School Soi Annex)
2006 – 2007 Academic dean CHN Rangsit University Thailand (CRU)

Responsible for implementing the eductional program in International Hospitality Management at Rangsit University in Thailand.

Coordinator/developer minor Spa & Health Management at CRU

Teacher/Trainer in MDP (Management Development Program) program Centara Hotels Bangkok

2000 – 2006 Teacher marketing (NIMA-A) part-time MER en BI (1st years)

Teacher service marketing (part-time MER 2nd years)

Teacher exportmarketing (part-time MER 1st years)

Noordelijke Hogeschool Leeuwarden (part-time program)

1997-2006 Teacher marketing International Hospitality Management School at CHN Leeuwarden

Involved in all marketing educational activities (full time and part time bachelor program): writing tasks, assignments, assessments

Module coordinator 2nd years module The Market (module in 3 old programs: International Hospitality Mangement, Tourism Management and Retail Management)

Module coordinator of 2 2nd years modules, as they are named Hospitality Relations and Innovations in Services (6 weeks modules).

Module coordinator of 2nd years module Planning (International Hospitalty Management) (10 weeks modules; new program)

Chairman of the SSAC (student-staff advisory committee) IH&OM.

Supervisor of internships in 4 and 5 star hotels in Amsterdam, Den Haag

Teacher marketing at the School of Graduate Studies (Masters) at CHN

Co-developer and coordinator of the minor Spa & Health Management

1996- 2006 Independent consultant (named De Boer Leisure Consultancy).

Involved in innovative projects for clients like Rabobank, Travel Unie Nederland, retail club Oud-West, Kennemerduincampingsites.

Advisor of the Werkcoöperatie Verblijfstoerisme Walcheren.

1994-1996 Account-manager Tourism at MarketResponse Nederland BV

Responsible for all research projects for clients like OAD Reizen, NBT, RECRON, Touristikzentrale Sauerland, Transavia airlines, Bex Reizen, Creatief Vakantieparken, Leisure resorts like Het Grootslag, Zwarte Bergen, Emslandermeer, ‘t Spijkven, Ter Spegelt, de Krim, de Kienehoef, VVV Ootmarsum, Municipality of  Doetinchem, Avia Presto, Low Lands Travel, Ministry of Agriculture and Nature Conservation

1992-1994 Managing partner NRIT Consultancy at Breda.

Consultancy for clients like OAD Reizen, Staatsbosbeheer, Nederlands Bureau voor Toerisme, RECRON, Landesverkehrsverband Westfalen, Touristikzentrale Sauerland, Sportcentrum De Scheg, Municipality of Bergen op Zoom, Municipality of Tubbergen, Fries Bureau voor Toerisme, Transavia airlines, Nederlandse Organisaties Vrijwilligerswerk (Dutch Organisation for Volunteers), Ministries of Economic Affairs and Social Welfare, Health and Culture

1987-1992 Research manager ISEO Research at Bussum.

Supervising qualitative and quantitative market research for clients like Henkel Benelux, Carrier International, SVEN/NOVEM, NMB, CPC, Postiljon Hotels, Rijkswaterstaat, Ferrero Rocher, OntwikkelingsMaatschappij Thuiszorg and Mona.

Management of a department with 10 employees.

1981-1987 Researcher at the Nederlands Research Instituut voor Recreatie & Toerisme (NRIT) at Breda.

Research projects for Ministery of Economic Affairs, Ministery for Culture; themes: relationships between tourism and nature, social carrying capacity related to tourism developments, effectiveness of national tourism policy, feasability of new educational program Leisure Studies, autor of the Trendreports Tourism in Holland.

Participation in project groups concerning regional touristic planning (TROP’s).

Secretary of the Planning Group concerning national research in the field of tourism and its effect on nature and landscape (RMNO).

Other activities Student member of the University Council of the Agricultural University Wageningen (1974-1975);

Chairman of the committee of student facilities of the university council (1975-1977);

Co-founder of the VVS, de Vereniging voor de Vrijetijdssector;

Member external exam committee of the Nationale Hogeschool voor Toerisme en Verkeer (NHTV);

(incognito) Writer of columns in different magazines (1996 – now);

Large number of publications and guest lectures;

September 2004: diploma CPE (Cambridge Proficiency English), level C;

Chairman SSAC (Staff Student Advisory Committee) at CHN IHM (2004-2006)

 

Academic Interests

Articles and speeches on very different subjects, such as:

  • general trends in leisure and tourism;
  • experience marketing;
  • the influence of tourism on nature and landscape;
  • leisure in inner cities;
  • customer satisfaction in the leisure sector;
  • the market for private owned housing for leisure purposes;
  • social carrying capacity in leisure regions;
  • marketing plans for different companies and regions;
  • holiday destination choice behaviour;
  • art and leisure behaviour;
  • regional marketing;
  • quality and satisfaction;
  • marketing of sports;
  • new ways of cooperation in the hospitality industry;
  • qualitative research methods.

Research interest:

  • innovation in the hospitality industry;
  • integration of expats;
  • lifestyle and leisure behaviour;
  • new marketing strategies;
  • experience marketing;
  • sustainable attitude and behaviour of managers in the hospitality industry;
  • ecommerce

Mr. Gabriel Camelin

Mr. Gabriel Camelin ( BFA in Digital Communication Design Programme )

www.gabrielcamelin.com

Educational Background

Year Completed   Details of Qualifications
2011 Master of Arts (M.A.), Visual Communication,
Birmingham City University
2003 Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Performing Arts, Film Major,
Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris III)

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Monographs   –
Book chapters   –
Journal articles   –
Conference proceedings   –
Newspaper articles   –
Group Exhibition Wonderful Thai Friendship. Group exhibition at WTF bar and Gallery, Bangkok, 2015.

‘Meanwhile in Thailand’ Video Installation

Video Documentary Bukruk Urban Art Festival. Thailand. 2016

Direction and post-production

Video Documentary Bukruk, 1 week marathon. Thailand. 2013

Direction, cinematography and post-production

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year:

 

Details
2007 – Present Full-Time Lecturer, Silpakorn University International College, Digital Communication Design Programme
2013 Video Coordinator for Operation Smile Thailand

 

Academic Interests

Photography, Film Theory, Visual Effects, Motion Graphics, Music Video Production, Live Visuals

Dr. Jantima Banjongprasert, PhD.

Dr. Jantima Banjongprasert, PhD.

Educational Background

Year Completed Details of Qualifications
2013 Ph.D. Business & Management: Marketing

Manchester Business School (MBS)

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

2007 MSc in International Marketing Management

Leeds University Business School (LUBS)

University of Leeds, United Kingdom

2004 Master of Business Administration, Major: Marketing (English Programme)

Faculty of Business Administration

National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Thailand

2001 Bachelor of Business Administration

Major: International Business Management, Minor: Marketing

Assumption University (ABAC), Thailand

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Books  –
Book chapters  –
Journal articles Banjongprasert, J. 2017. An Assessment of Change-Readiness Capabilities, Service Innovation Readiness and Innovation Performance: Empirical Evidence from MICE Venues. International Journal of Economics and Management. 11 (S1), 1 – 17.

 

Banjongprasert, J. 2017. The Study of Individual-Level Adaptability and Service Innovation Performance. FEU Academic Review. 11 (2).

Conference proceedings Banjongprasert, J. 2015. Service innovation in hotels: Readiness for ASEAN Economic Community. Proceeding of the 2015 International Social Sciences & Humanities Research Conference, August 3 – 6, University of London, London, United Kingdom.

 

Banjongprasert, J. 2014. The effects of hotel employees’ adaptive capability on the efficiencies and effectiveness of new service development process: Petchburi province. Proceedings of the 6thASEAN+C+I Symposium on Business Management Research, June 28, Burapa University, Chonburi, Thailand.

Newspaper articles  –

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year: Details:
2014- Present Lecturer in Marketing, Silpakorn University International College (SUIC), Silpakorn University, Thailand
2008 – 2014 Lecturer in Marketing, the Faculty of Management Science,

Silpakorn University, Thailand

 

Academic Interests

Dynamic capabilities, service innovation, product innovation, brand identity, destination brand identity,
community-based tourism, market strategy, international marketing & MICE.

Mr. Gabriel Camelin

Mr. Gabriel Camelin

Educational Background

Year Completed

 

Details of Qualifications
2005 Royal College of Art in London with a Master Degree in Fine Art Printmaking
2003 Middlesex University in London with a Bachelor of Art Hons in Fine Art

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications (with bibliographic info)
Books
Book chapters
Journal articles
Conference proceedings
Newspaper articles

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2008 – Present Lecturer/Curriculum Committee, Silpakorn University International College, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Communication Design
2007-2008 Television Presenter Thai Chanel 11 Morning Talk

 

Academic Interests

Jonathan has been interested in Fine Arts for many years, where he has shown a strong passion in how Fine Art can cross into design.
Much of his work has been to explore the various arguments and discussions that relates to notions of branding, packaging, design, value and Fine Art.

Dr. Keatkhamjorn Meekanon

Dr. Keatkhamjorn Meekanon

Educational Background

Year Completed  Details of Qualifications
2002 Doktor, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
1998 Master of Philosophy, Maastricht School of Management, TheNetherlands
1993 Master of International Management, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Glendale, Arizona, USA
1990 Bachelor of Business Administration (International Marketing), Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Books Meekanon, K (2014). The possibility of transferring continental Europe corporate governance system to Thailand, Centre for European Studies, Chulalongkorn University: Bangkok, Thailand
Book chapters  –
Journal articles Meekanon, K (1999). Criteria for judging the quality of research design in comparative management: A qualitative perspective. Journal of Research Methodology, 12 (2). 55-68

 

Meekanon, K (2008). South Korean investment in Thailand: A Comparative study between two Chaebol in Thailand Dhurajkijpundit Journal, 66

Conference proceedings Meekanon, K (2002). The intervention of national culture in the involvement of HQs and RHO in Subsidiaries’SMP: A comparative study between Dutch and Japanese companies in Thailand. Proceedings of the 2002 EAMSA annual conference, Competition and cooperation in Asia and Europe: Corporate and government perspectives and strategies 21st-22nd November 2002, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. 131-147

 

Meekanon, K (2004). The impact of national culture on environmental scanning process in MNCs’ subsidiaries: A comparative study between Dutch and Japanese companies in Thailand. Proceedings of the 2004 international conference in management sciences and decision making 29th May 2004, Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC. 381-402

 

 

Meekanon, K (2005). European investment in Thailand: Factors affecting FDI decision. Proceedings of the 2005 international conference in management sciences and decision making, 18th June 2005, Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC. 435-455

 

Meekanon, K (2006).The role of regional head office in HQs-subsidiary relationship: The impact of national culture on strategy making process in Dutch and Japanese companies in Thailand. Proceedings of 2nd the conference in administration and management, 17th-18th October 2006, Durakij Pundit University, Bangkok, Thailand.269-292

 

Meekanon, K (2006). Korean investment in Thailand: Factor affecting FDI decision (Research proposal). Proceedings of the 2006 EAMSA 23rd annual conference,Emerging economies in Asia and Europe: New challenge for competition and collaboration, 22nd-25th November 2006, Korea University Business School, Seoul, Republic of Korea. 332-343

 

Meekanon, K (2006).Foreign divestment: European withdrawal from Thai market. Proceedings of 2006 Southeast Asia regional conference, Global vision and local competence, 7th-9th December 2006, Academy of International Business, Lingnan University and Bangkok University, Bangkok, Thailand

 

Meekanon, K (2007). Reasons for doing qualitative research into strategic decision-making process. Proceedings of the 9th international DSI conference in conjunction with the 12th APDSI conference: Effective decision making through knowledge management, 11th-15thJuly 2007, NIDA and Durakij Pundit University, Bangkok, Thailand.

 

Meekanon, K (2007). Why comparative management? Proceedings of 3rd the conference in administration and management, 17th-18thOctober 2007, Durakij Pundit University, Bangkok, Thailand.

 

Meekanon, K (2009). An exploration of merger and acquisition regarding strategic decision-making process: The case of Air France-KLM in Thailand Proceedings of the international tourism conference 2009: Sustainable hospitality and tourism management: Beyond the global economic recession, 14th-15thMay 2009, Silpakorn University International College, Bangkok, Thailand.

 

Meekanon, K (2011). The internationalization of Chinese and Taiwanese firms: The impact of national institution. Proceedings of the 1st academic international conference East Asia watch 2011: Cross cultural studies and management in East Asia, 18th August 2011, Burapha University, Chonburi, Thailand.

 

Meekanon, K (2011).TheChinese and Taiwanese firms’ investment in Southeast Asia:Factor affectinginternationalization strategy. Proceedings of 2011 Southeast Asia regional conference, Economic and political transformation: Implication and impact on global business, 1st-3rd December 2011, Academy of International Business and Lingnan University, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC

 

Meekanon, K (2013). The possibility of transferring continental European corporate governance system to Thailand. Proceedings of Silpakorn70th anniversary international conference 2013: Towards the next decade of hospitality and creative economics: Looking forward to 2020, 1st-3rd December 2013, Silpakorn University International College, Bangkok, Thailand.

 

Meekanon, K (2013).The role of language in qualitative IB research: The overlooked issues for IB and linguistic scholars continental European corporate governance system to Thailand. Proceedings of the 5th international conference on language and communication: Innovative inquiries and emerging paradigms in language, media and communication (GSLC), 12th-13th December 2013, NIDA, Bangkok, Thailand.

 

Meekanon, K (2017). Qualitative research into comparative management: Is qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) a good choice? Proceedings of the 6th international conference on advancement of development administration 2017 (Social sciences and interdisciplinary studies: ASEAN and globalisation: Convergence, harmony and connectivity, 1st-3rd June 2017, NIDA, Bangkok, Thailand.

Newspaper articles  –

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year:

 

Details:
2013 – Present Lecturer, Silpakorn University International  College
2010 – 2013 Assistant Professor, Department of International Business, College of Management, Asia University, Taiwan, ROC
2009 – 2010 Lecturer, Silapakorn University International College, Thailand
2008 – 2009 Lecturer, Department of Lecturer Management, School of Business, Management Development Institute of Singapore, Singapore
2008

 

Lecturer, Department of International Business,Faculty of Business Administration, and International College, Durakij Pundit University, Thailand
2007 – 2008 Director of BBA Program, International College

Dhurakij Pundit University, Thailand

2006 Lecturer, Department of International Business,Faculty of Business Administration, and International College, Durakij Pundit University, Thailand
2004 – 2006 Lecturer, Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Burapha University
1994 – 1996 Customer Service Manager (Full-time) Thai Pure Drinks, Ltd (A bottler of Coca-Cola)in charge of customer relationship management
1993 – 1994

 

Account Officer (Full-time) Siam Commercial Bank Plc

-in charge of corporate loans for agricultural business

1991 – 1992

 

Foreign Contract Officer (Full-time) Foreign Contract Division, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) -in charge of contracts’execution
1990 – 1991 Export Sales Representative (Full-time), Laemthong Industry Co, Ltd (Laemthong Group of Company) -in charge of export sales

Academic Interests

Comparative strategic management

Comparative corporate governance

Qualitative cross-cultural research

MNCs’ investment and divestment

Comparison between mainland Chinese MNCs and overseas Chinese business groups

Ms. Nalinnath Deesawadi

Ms. Nalinnath Deesawadi ( BFA in Digital Communication Design Programme )

Educational Background

Year Completed

 

  Details of Qualifications
2002 MA in History of Art and Archeology, University of London, UK
2001 PG in Visual Art, Goldsmith’s College, University of London, UK
1997 BFA (Hons) in Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
2017

2015

2006

 

 

2000

Certificates and Participations

Certificate of Participation: Museum Academy, Thailand

Certificates in Jewelry Design

Attend one-year non-degree course at The School of the Lady Court, in a traditional Thai embroidery at the Grand Palace

Non-degree course at History of Art Studies, RA, London

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications 
Monographs
Book chapters
Journal articles
Conference proceedings
Newspaper articles
Book ถอดสัญลักษณ์ศิลปะวิกตอเรีย
Iconography:Symbols and Themes in Victorian Art, 2556
Research Matching Funds between The Thailand Research Fund and Silpakorn University โครงการศิลปากรพัฒนาเศรษฐกิจสร้างสรรค์เพื่อความยั่งยืนของสังคมและชุมชน ระยะที่ 2 หัวข้อ: การถ่ายทอดเรื่องเล่าทางประวัติศาสตร์แบบเกร็ดเล็กเกร็ดน้อย ของเมืองเพชรบุรีด้วยสื่อดิจิทัล

To convey a narrative of the historical anecdotes in Phetchaburi by digital medias

 

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year

 

Details
2007- Present Full-time Lecturer, BFA in Digital Communication Design Programme, Silpakorn University International College
Art Appreciation
Contemporary Art and Design
Oriental art
History of Visual Communication Design
New technology and Visual Art
Professional Practice
2010-2016 Head and Coordinator of BFA.in Digital Communication Design programme
2006 Guest lecturer in art and design in many universities
– Raffles Design Institute
History of Visual Communication
Design Future
– Kattana, Mahidol International College
The Interpretation and Pre-Visualization
– Digital Art, Sripatum University, Thailand
History of Design
-SOAS, University of London, UK
South East Asia Archeology
-Joining one of advise teams in term of  ‘art in context’ for Siem-Reap Museum
2005 Founder of a design company, something in the kitchen
2003-2005 – An media company, ET Network, London, UK
– Created TV series in many varieties aiming to historical and traveling aspects. The program were on air in 138 countries under TGN network – subsidiary of TV5, Thailand
– Organized a number marketing and PR events both in Thailand and UK e.g.  Phuket Air grand opening, UK
– TV script writing, audit and directing many advertising scenes e.g. Siam West Travel company, UK
– Published various of short and long legacies in many magazines e.g. Thai Magazine, UK
Major Achievements:
– Build up the media company in UK by implementing a new outsource technique, resulting efficient improvement of the firm
– Increased the acceptance level of finished goods (contemporary art jewelry) from 80% to 99% from Liberty and other department stores in London
– High ability to be extremely self-contained by spending more than 5 years in UK
1996-1998 Owner and Director of Neo Geo Studio, the school of art  and design, Chiangmai, Thailand

Art teacher at English school at New Zealand’s House, Chiangmai, Thailand
Major Achievements:
– Founder of an Institute of Art and Design, Neo Geo Studio and gallery, Chiangmai, Thailand

Academic Interests

My background are fine arts and history of art. I am now interested in integrating art, design
and historical contexts together. Currently, I am studying in the Phd course (Design Arts) which
mainly focus on researching in the theory of semiotics, symbolism and feminine identities in
contemporary design.  My specifications are Painting, Design, Installation, Writing, Art theory
and Art history.

Ms. Nethchanok RIDDHAGNI

Ms. Nethchanok RIDDHAGNI

Educational Background

Year Completed   Details of Qualifications:
Present PhD. (Candidate) in Architecture Heritage Management and Tourism

Faculty of Architecture (International Programme), Silpakorn University, Thailand

2001 M.A. (Tourism and Hospitality Management)

School of Service Industry

Bournemouth University, The United Kingdom

Major: Operations Management

2000 B.A. (English)

School of Humanities (International Program)

Bangkok University

Major: English       Minor: Marketing

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Books  –
Book chapters  –
Journal articles Riddhagni, N. et al., (2016). “A Study of an International College Model in the Era of Globalisation”Journal of Community Development Research (Humanities and Social Sciences). Vol.10, No. 1 (2017) January – March Pp. 27-41.
Conference proceedings Siriwichai, C. Nunthiphatprueksa, A., Riddhagni, N., and Chanpiwat, S. (2017, November). A review on social enterprise in tourism industry for business sustainability under Thailand 4.0 roadmap. Paper presented at the 15th Asia Pacific Conference: Global Perspectives in Changing Local Landscapes, Oita, Japan. Abstract retrieved from https://goo.gl/DaiWtm

Riddhagni, N., et al. (2015).  “Building a University Brand; Students’ Choice of an International Programme in a Higher Education Institution”.  Proceedings of The 3rd SUIC International Conference: 2-3 December 2015. Pp. 303-317.

Newspaper articles  –
BOOK Nethchanok Riddhagni (2013). English Terms for Hotel Staff.  Bangkok. Charansanitwong Printing Co., Ltd. (ISBN 978-616-361-2991)

 

Nethchanok Riddhagi and Chinaworn Utariya (2012) “London: Guidebook”.  5th edition. Bangkok. Circle Publishing Co., Ltd. (ISBN 978-616-729-0669)

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year

 

Details
2007 – Present Assistant Dean/Lecturer, Silpakorn University International College

– Head of BBA in Hotel Management Programme (2008-2016)

– Guest lecturer for Personality Development at Mahidol University (College of Music) (2016)

– Guest lecturer for Hotel Operation and Management at Durakit Pundit University (International College) (2014-2015)

– Training Course on Customer Service and Greeting for staff at Siriraj Museum (2014)

2005 – 2007 Guest Lecturer, English for Hotel, English for Tourism, School of Humanities, Bangkok University
2004 – 2005 Head of Tourism Department, Faculty of Art, Eastern Asia University
2002 – 2004 Sales Executive, The Peninsula Hotel, Bangkok

Academic Interests
Tourism
Hospitality
Consumer Behaviour
Organisation Management
MICE

Dr. Papangkorn Kongmanwatana

Dr. Papangkorn Kongmanwatana

Educational Background

Year Completed   Details of Qualifications
2017 Doctorate in Hospitality and Tourism Management, Perpignan University, France.
2007 Master Degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom.
2001 Higher Diploma in Hotel Management, Glion (Hosta), Switzerland
1998 Diploma in Hotel Operation, Hosta, Switzerland
1997 Certificate in Catering Operations Western Culinary, Christchurch Polytechnic Hospitality, New Zealand.

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Books
Book chapters
Journal articles Abad, Arnaud; Kongmanwatana, Papangkorn, Tourism Economics, Volume 21, Number 2, April 2015, pp. 267-281(15)
Conference proceedings  –
Newspaper articles

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2009 – present Lecturer, Silpakorn University International College
2008 – 2009 Jurys Inn Milton Keynes Assistant Conference and Banqueting Manager.
2005 – 2006 Silpakorn University College, Talingchan Bangkok, Thailand. Lecturer, Instructor and Food & Beverage Manager.
2005 – 2005 Amari Airport Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand Restaurant Manager.
2000 – 2003 Thai Phuket and Sagano Restaurants, Switzerland Assistant Restaurant Manager.
1998 – 2000 Thai Phuket and Sagano Restaurants, Geneva, Switzerland Restaurant Supervisor.

 

Academic Interests

Dr. Pichet Teeranuson, PhD.

Dr. Pichet Teeranuson, PhD.

Educational Background

Year Completed   Details of Qualifications
2013 Doctor of Philosophy in Architectural Heritage Management and Tourism (International Program), Slipakorn University (Thailand)
1997 Master Degree in Business Administration (MBA) Western International University, Phoenix Arizona USA.
1991 Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering, King Mongkut Institute of North Bangkok (Thailand)

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications 
Conference proceedings Yingrak Chakcharoen, Sippanan Nuanla-ong, Ph.D. & Pichet Teeranuson, Ph.D. (2016) “Study the Suitable Model of Accommodation for Tourism in Songkhla Old Town”. In Proceeding of the 41st National and International Graduate Research; 8-9 December 2016; pages: 167-182

Tipkanok Wiangkham, Sippanan Nuanla-ong, Ph.D. & Pichet Teeranuson, Ph.D. (2015) “The Development Guidelines for Tourism Management Plans; A Case Study of Chiang Kham, Phayao”. In Proceeding of the 5th National and International Graduate Study Conference 2015; 16-17 July, 2015; pages: 810-824

Pichet Teeranuson, Ph.D. and Corazon Catibong-Sinha, Ph.D. (2015). Tourism trendsThe convergence of creativity landscape and management, ecomeditation tourism and in community perceptions for sustainable development, Wat Pa Phu Rong ChaiYaPhum Province Thailand. (Secret of the peaceful under meditation lifestyle). In Proceeding of the 3rd SUIC international Conference in the Trend of Global Business in the New Digital Era 2-3 December 2015. Bangkok: Silpakorn University.pp459-472

Suwen Du & Pichet Teeranuson, Ph.D. (2015). Chinese Tourists’ Loyalty toward Destination Image Study in Thailand. In Proceeding of the 3rd SUIC international Conference in the Trend of Global Business in the New Digital Era 2-3 December 2015. Bangkok: Silpakorn University. pp157-168

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2014 – Present Lecturer/Curriculum Committee, Silpakorn University International College, Master of Business Administration in Hotel and Tourism Management
2016 – Present Project Director of certificate external auditor of energy management (Legally) Project under DEDE. Ministry of Energy.
2015 – Present Trainer of Conditions of contract for construction (FIDIC) under The consulting Engineer Association of Thailand (CEAT)
2015 – Present Socially engaged scholarship (SeS) / Socially Researcher in field of;

– Sustainable Landscape management in Forest management,

– Sustainable energy management and renewable project,

(specialist in (Solar cell and Biogas)),

– Creativity landscape design fit to cultural landscape management for tourism.

2005 – Present Researcher in part of Mechanical Engineer as details below;

– How to collect and analyse big data from used energy to generate opportunity(energy conservation measures) to reduce waste of energy (Electrical & Thermal) in designated factory and building

– Climate change and facts in used un-efficiency energy in designated factory and building

– How to enhance the energy conservation (legally) to international standard of ISO50001

2005 – Present Guest Speaker and Trainer for community and private sectors especially in designated factory for Energy conservation measures and how-to management energy efficiency under hybrid of main energy (fossil) together with renewable in community and/or industry (factory and building)
1998 – 2005 Project Director in fieldwork of Construction high-rise building and telecommunication business
1991-1997 Site engineer / Site manager / Project manager in fieldwork of Construction Oil-gas Pipe-line, Tank Farm, Pipe Rack in refinery with power plant project

 

Academic Interests

Socially engaged scholarship (SeS) / Socially Researcher in field of;

– Sustainable Landscape management in Forest management,

– Sustainable energy management and renewable (specialist in (Solar cell and Biogas)),

– Creativity landscape design fit to cultural landscape management for tourism.

Dr. Somnuck Jongmeewasin, PhD.

Dr. Somnuck Jongmeewasin, PhD.

Educational Background

Year Completed Details of Qualifications
2010

 

Doctor of Philosophy in Architectural Heritage Management and Tourism (International Program), Silpakorn University (Thailand)
1998 Master Degree in Business Administration (International Program), Assumption University (Thailand)
1992 Bachelor Degree in Production Engineering,

King Mongkut Institute of Technology North Bangkok (Thailand)

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Monographs – Somnuck Jongmeewasin. (2015). The Four Knowledges of Sustainable Management: A Developing Tool to Allow Actual Understanding and Implementation of the Tailor-Made Sustainable Tourism in a Responsible Tourism Destination. Silpakorn University International College. The 3rd SUIC International Conference: The Trend of Global Business in the New Digital Era. 2-3 December 2015. Bangkok: Silpakorn University. p XV.

– Somnuck Jongmeewasin. (2014). The Roadmap of Eastern Reform and Its Contingency Operation (เส้นทางการปฎิรูปภาคตะวันออกและปฎิบัติการระยะเฉพาะหน้า). October 2014. Chonburi: Civil Council of the Eastern Reform.
-Somnuck Jongmeewasin. (2014). The Illegal Hazardous Waste Disposal Process in Eastern, Central, and Western of Thailand: Recommendations for Hazardous Waste Management in the Sustainable Way Proposed by Direct and Indirect Stakeholders (ข้อเสนอแนะเพื่อการบริหารจัดการปัญหาอย่างยั่งยืนจากผู้ที่มีส่วนได้ส่วนเสียซึ่งได้รับผลกระทบทางตรงและทางอ้อมจากกระบวนการลักลอบทิ้งกากของเสียอุตสาหกรรมอันตราย). (The Study Project of Illegal Hazardous Waste Disposal Process in Eastern, Central, and Western of Thailand (โครงการศึกษากระบวนการลักลอบทิ้งกากของเสียอุตสาหกรรมอันตรายในพื้นที่ภาคตะวันออก ภาคกลาง และ ภาคตะวันตกของประเทศไทย). “Public Seminar, The Crisis of Hazardous Waste: Problems and Sustainable Solutions”. 29 October 2014. Bangkok: Thai National Health Foundation.

– Somnuck Jongmeewasin. (2014). The Study of Illegal Hazardous Waste Disposal Process in Eastern, Central, and Western of Thailand (การศึกษากระบวนการลักลอบทิ้งกากของเสียอุตสาหกรรมอันตรายในพื้นที่ภาคตะวันออกของประเทศไทย). Disaster Anthropology: Knowledge and Fragility in Thai Society (มานุษยวิทยาภัยพิบัติ:ความรู้และความเปราะบางในสังคมไทย). Conference and Workshop 2014 (การประชุมเชิงปฏิบัติการวิชาการสังคมและสุขภาพ 2557). “Transcending Health – Transforming Medicine (จากวิกฤตความรู้สู่ปฏิบัติการสุขภาพใหม่)”. 1-3 September 2014. Nonthaburi: Health Systems Research Institute. Ministry of Public Health.

Book chapters – Somnuck Jongmeewasin. (2015). “The Evolution of Monopoly Decision Making: A Case Study of Chonburi after Eastern Seaboard Development Plan (วิวัฒนาการการผูกขาดการตัดสินใจ กรณีศึกษาชลบุรีหลังแผนพัฒนาพื้นที่ชาย ฝั่งทะเลภาคตะวันออก)”. Looking Back – Looking Forward: HIA/EHIA in Thailand (เหลียวหลัง แลหน้า: HIA/EHIA ในประเทศไทย). Bangkok: Department of Environmental Quality Promotion. Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. September 2015. pp122-142.
– Somnuck J, Thawilwadee B, Ravadee P, Thienchai N, Srisuwan J, Maliwan N, Sutti A, Sakda V, Sarayuth S, Vorapat V, Chuthatip M, & Wanipa S. (2014). Handbook for Public Participation in Environmental Impact Assessment. Thailand National Chapter. The Access Initiative (TAI). Nonthaburi: Thailand Environment Institute.   http://www.tei.or.th/tai/2014-Book-EIA.pdf
Journal articles – Somnuck Jongmeewasin. (2012). The Agenda of Eastern Change (วาระเปลี่ยนตะวันออก). Nonthaburi: National Health Commission Office. Ministry of Public Health.

– Somnuck Jongmeewasin. (2010). “The Pilgrimage Routes of French Catholic Mission in Thailand: A Model for Cultural Tourism Development and Management”. Journal of Liberal Arts. January – June 2010. Ubon Ratchathani: Ubon Ratchathani University. http://www.la.ubu.ac.th/research/pdf/book5-2554.pdf

Conference proceedings – Somnuck Jongmeewasin. (2016). “Religious Tourism, Pilgrimage, and Cultural Tourism” In Proceeding of the 6th National and International Graduate Study Conference: Creative Multi-disciplinary Studies for Sustainable Development & the 1st National and International Conference on Creative Multi-disciplinary Studies for Sustainable Development (NCMSD & ICMSD 2016). 11-12 July 2016. Bangkok: Silpakorn University. pp394-395

– Watcharin Kongcharoen & Somnuck Jongmeewasin. (2016). “Best Practice in Environmental and Social Responsibility of Wellness Resorts: Case Study of Chiva-Som International Health Resort.” In Proceeding of the 6th National and International Graduate Study Conference: Creative Multi-disciplinary Studies for Sustainable Development & the 1st National and International Conference on Creative Multi-disciplinary Studies for Sustainable Development (NCMSD & ICMSD 2016). 11-12 July 2016. Bangkok: Silpakorn University. pp359-360.

– Rattanapong Kongcharoen & Somnuck Jongmeewasin (2015). “The Impact of Customer Perception toward the Spa’s Scent to Brand Recognition and the Consequent Result to Brand Extension on Related Olfactory Products in Spa: Case Study of The Elemis Spa Bangkok.” In Proceeding of the 3rd SUIC International Conference: The Trend of Global Business in the New Digital Era. 2-3 December 2015. Bangkok: Silpakorn University. pp147-155

-Thamonwan Karunee & Somnuck Jongmeewasin (2015). “Sustainable Development as a Way of Life under the Philosophy of Sufficient Economy.  A Case Study of Ban Omlong, Maesab Subdistrict, Samoeng District, Chiang Mai Province.” In Proceeding of the 1st International Conference on Environment, Livelihood, and Services (ICELS): Environment for Life 2-5 November 2015, Bangkok: Chaipattana Foundation. pp1-9 [B11004-1].

– Somnuck Jongmeewasin & Ninlawan Tunkumthong. (2013). Change the East with Health Charters: Stopping Threats, Protecting Food Sources, and Jointly Shaping a Sustainable Future. The 21st International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE). World Conference on Health Promotion. Best Investments for Health. 25-29 August 2013. Pattaya: IUHPE. p109 [P-29-183]. http://www.iuhpeconference.net/en/abst_view.php?abst_id=1063

Magazine articles – Somnuck Jongmeewasin (2017). Homescape – Townscape – Socialscape (ภูมิบ้านภูมิเมืองภูมิสังคม). TRI MAGAZINE. TRIboardcast. Bangkok: February 2017.https://www.facebook.com/notes/tribroadcast/ภูมิบ้าน-ภูมิเมือง-ภูมิสังคม-เรื่องภาพ-สมนึก-จงมีวศิน-วิทยาลัยนานาชาติ-มหาวิทยาล/1339911482743184
Website articles – Somnuck Jongmeewasin (2016). AAR : Ao Udom Community, Thung Sukhla, Sri Racha, Chonburi (ถอดบทเรียน ชุมชนบ้านอ่าวอุดม ตำบลทุ่งสุขลา อำเภอศรีราชา จังหวัดชลบุรี). Bangkok: The Assembly of NGOs for the Protection and Conservation of Environment and Natural Resource. September 2016. http://envngos.com/www/?wpfb_dl=4

– Somnuck Jongmeewasin (2016). AAR : The Strategies of Local Communities and Civil Society Organizations in the East (ถอดบทเรียนยุทธศาสตร์ภาคประชาชนประชาสังคม ภาคตะวันออก จังหวัด). Bangkok: The Assembly of NGOs for the Protection and Conservation of Environment and Natural Resource. September 2016. http://envngos.com/www/?s=ถอดบทเรียน

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2015 – Present

 

Community Rights and Natural Resources Sub-Commission, under the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand
2014 – Present

 

Lecturer/MBA Hotel and Tourism Management Programme Committee,  Silpakorn University International College
2011 – Present Guest Speaker and Trainer for government and private sectors for community development in Thailand
2007 – Present Guest Lecturer for private and public universities in Thailand
2006 – Present Academic Consultant for several CSOs (Civil Society Organizations) in Thailand
1993 – 2011 Operation and Service Management for Safety Engineering, Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA), Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), and Total Quality Management (TQM) in Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Ireland, and U.S.

 

Academic Interests

Environmental Management, Strategic Environmental Assessment, Environmental Impact Assessment,
Community Health Impact Assessment, Cultural Heritage Management, Cultural Landscape,
Community Research, Sustainable Tourism Development & Management, Community-Based Tourism

Dr. Sippanan Nuanla-ong, PhD.

Dr. Sippanan Nuanla-ong, PhD.

Educational Background

Year Completed    Details of Qualifications
2010 Ph.D. (Architectural Heritage Management and Tourism, International Program) Silpakorn University, Thailand
2005 M.B.A. (Hotel and Tourism Management) Southern Cross University, Australia
2005 M.A. (International Tourism and Hotel Management) Naraesuan University, Thailand
2002 B.A (Tourism and Hotel Studies) Bangkok University, Thailand

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Books ๒๕๕๗ (2014):หนังสือ “เชี๊ยะโถวก๊ก” ประเทศดินแดง ต้นเค้าอารยธรรมศรีวิชัย ในลุ่มแม่น้ำหลวง (แม่น้ำตาปี) (เล่ม ๑) (Shie To Kua Prataddindang Toncau Arayadham Srivijaya Nailummananluang (Manam Tapee) )- “Shie To Kua” Red Soil Country: The Root of Srivijayan Civilization in Luang Basin (Tapee River)

 

๒๕๕๗ (2014): หนังสือ ปรัชญาและสุนทรียศาสตร์แห่งวิถีวัฒนธรรมศรีวิชัย: การบริหารจัดการทุนทางวัฒนธรรม (เล่ม ๒) (Prachya Lae Suntriyasat Hang Vitee Vatthanadham Srivijaya-“Philosophy and Aesthetic of Srivijayan’s Ways of life:     Cultural Management”

Book chapters  –
Journal articles ๒๕๕๔ (2011):หลักสูตรนานาชาติ สาขาการจัดการมรดกทางสถาปัตยกรรมกับการท่องเที่ยว คณะสถาปัตยกรรมศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยศิลปากร ชื่อวารสาร Architectural Heritage Management and Tourism (ประจำสาขาการจัดการมรดกทางสถาปัตยกรรมกับการท่องเที่ยว) ฉบับที่ 2

SRIVIJAYA INFLUENCE AND HIDDEN  HERITAGE AROUND BAN DON BAY ASSOCIATED WITH CULTURAL TOURISM

๒๕๕๓ (2010):   Uboratchathani University

ชื่อวารสารศิลปศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยอุบลราชธานี ปีที่ 6 ฉบับที่ 2 (Varasan Silapasat Mahavitayalai Ubonratchathani, Vol. 6 -2 nd )

SRIVIJAYA INFLUENCE AND HIDDEN  HERITAGE AROUND BAN DON BAY: CULTURAL LANDSCAPE ASSOCIATED WITH CULTURAL TOURISM

Conference proceedings ๒๕๕๘ (2015):“Antique Chinese Bell” in Chaiya around Ban Don Bay  related to “Shie To Kua – Root of Srivijaya”:  Heritage Interpretation for Historical and Cultural Tourism, a part of research’s topic: “The relationship between Chinese and Siamese Dynasties:  “Chinese Antique Bell” Interpretation”, dealing with one of the landmark traces of “Shie To Kua” (Srivijaya) around Ban Don Bay associated with historical and cultural tourism”. Silpakorn University. Silpakorn University International College.  “International Conference The 3rd SUIC: the Trend of Global Business in the New Digital Era”. Bangkok.

๒๕๕๘ (2015): Uboratchathani University

หัวข้อการสร้างนวัตกรรมการท่องเที่ยวทางประวัติศาสตร์วัฒนธรรมเมืองดินแดงแห่งลุ่มแม่น้ำหลวง  (Topic: Tourism Innovation: Red Soil Land’s History and Culture of Luang Basin) ในโครงการงานประชุมวิชาการท่องเที่ยวระดับชาติ ครั้งที่ 1     ณ ห้องประชุมดอกจำน 3 และ 4 คณะศิลปศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยอุบลราชธานี  วันจันทร์ที่ 25 พฤษภาคม 2558

๒๕๕๗ (2014): อิโคโมสประเทศไทย – ICOMOS Thailand International Conference 2014HISTORIC URBAN LANDSCAPE and HERITAGE: EXAMPLES APPROACHES & CULTURAL RIGHTS

School of Architecture and Design, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi and Faculty of Architecture, Silpakorn University Art Centre Tha Phra Palace Silpakorn Bangkok,Thailand December 11-13,

2014 หัวข้อ:  Shie To Kok” Country of Red Soil (Laterite) the Root of Srivijayan Flourishing Culture in Luang Basin (Tapee Basin)

Theme 1: Current Status of Historic Urban Landscape in Asia and the World

๒๕๕๗ (2014): สำนักงานอุตสาหกรรมจังหวัดนครศรีธรรมราช  – โครงการส่งเสริมพัฒนาศักยภาพ  เครือข่ายกลุ่มผู้ผลิตและผู้ประกอบการ (OTOP Project: Development OTOP industrial. Ministry of Industry ( Nakon Si Thammaraj). December 17, 2014.

Creating Souvenir as Uniqueness products: ASEAN Competition (หัวข้อ: การใช้เอกลักษณ์ท้องถิ่นสร้างมูลค่าเพิ่มแก่ผลิตภัณฑ์ชุมชนและศักยภาพการแข่งขันสู่ตลาดอาเซียน  กิจกรรมอบรมส่งเสริมการผลิต ผลิตภัณฑ์ที่ระลึกจากอุตสาหกรรมวัฒนธรรมสร้างสรรค์กลุ่มจังหวัดในเชิงพาณิชย์ ให้กับสำนักงานอุตสาหกรรมกลุ่มจังหวัดภาคใต้ฝั่งอ่าวไทย ประจำปีงบประมาณ ๒๕๕๘๗”).

๒๕๕๕ (2012):    งานประชุมวิชาการ CAPTOR Conference 2012 ณ โรงแรมพูลแมน ขอนแก่น ราชา ออคิด ในวันศุกร์ที่ 23 พฤศจิกายน 2555 ของคณะวิทยาการจัดการ มหาวิทยาลัยขอนแก่น

นวัตกรรมด้านการท่องเที่ยวกับเสน่ห์ของวิถีวัฒนธรรมจากอิทธิพลศรีวิชัยในภาคใต้ของไทย

(CHARMING OF CULTURAL WAY FROM SRIVIJAYA INFLUENCE

IN SOUTHERN THAILAND ASSOCIATED WITH TOURISM  INNOVATION)

๒๕๕๑ (2008):    อิโคโมสประเทศไทย (ICOMOS Thailand)

-ICOMOS International Conference 2008 Annual Meeting, Thailand

Annual Meeting Conservation and Management of Sacred Placed, Speaking on topic “Investigation of Srivijaya Influenced Cultural Landscape Conservation around Ban Don Bay in Surat Thani”

Newspaper articles  –
Others ๒๕๕๕ (2012):    ICOMOS Thailand (September, 2011-December, 2012)

ชื่อ จุลสารอิโคโมสประเทศไทย : กันยายน ๒๕๕๔-ธันวาคม ๒๕๕๕

หัวข้อ: สังคมไร้พรมแดนและความหลากหลายของอิทธิพลวัฒนธรรมศรีวิชัยในภาคใต้ของไทยเชื่อมโยงสู่สังคมอาเซียน (Topic: BORDERLESS SOCIETY AND DIVERSITY OF  SRIVIJAYA INFLUENCE IN SOUTHERN THAILAND ASSOCIATED WITH ASEAN)

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2014-2017 (Present) Lecturer, Silpakorn University International College
– Program Director, MBA in Hotel and Toursim Management
– Teaching courses for bachlor degree programmes:

912 413 Regional and Cultural Heritage
912 506 Emerging tourism visions
900 205 Cultural Heritage
914 212 Leisure and Tourism Management
900 205 Cultural Heritage
912 102 Tourism Hospitality Industry
900 213  History of Eastern Art (Co-teaching with
Asst.Prof.Dr. Chedha Tingsanchali  and Aj.Tomohito Takata)

-Teaching course fo master degree programme:

922 565 ASEAN Cultural Management (Part I: History of Southeast Asia)

Guest lecturer at the School of Architecture and Design, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi on GEN 441 Culture and Excursion2013-2014Lecturer, Prince of Songkhla University926346 Service Management
930334 Historical and Cultural Tourism Management
926324 Value Creation and Innovation

Guest lecturer at Stamford International University (Bangkok) HTM511 Health Tourism Management2005 – 2013Lecturer, Tapee College, Surat Thani,
-Teaching HT313 Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism and HO442 Front Office   Management for  students in Service and Tourism area
-Designing and producing media related to studying and teaching: E-Learning Guest lecturer- School of Architecture and Design, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi Teaching ARC 358  Design Sustainable Tourism Development with 3(1-4-6) credits for 4th year Interior Architecture students in semester 2/2010, lecture on topic “Tourism Management for Launching Sustainable Tourism” on Wednesday 15th December 2010, The School of Architecture and Design, Bangkhuntien Campus (2010) – Ratthanabandit University (RBAC) HT308 MICE (Meeting Incentive Convention and Exhibition) with 3credits for students in semester 1/2011, Ratthanabandit University (RBAC), Bangkok (2011) – Bangkok Universityy HT365 Strategy and Innovation Management in Hospitality and Tourism Industry with 3credits for students in semester 1/2011, Bangkok University, Bangkok (2011) – Rajchabhat Suan Dusit University Energy and Environmental Management for Hotel and Resort for MBA in semester 2/2012, lecture on topic “Green Hotel and Green Tourism for Launching Sustainable Development” on Sunday 5th February 2012, MBA, Rajchabhat Suan Dusit University (2012)2012– Consultant in Sriviyan culture (Researcher and Speaker), Ministry of Industry (Thailand) cooperated with Industrial Design Network Co.
Project: Value Creation and Innovation Product and Service
from Srivijayan and Lagkasuka Culture

Topic: Value Creation and Innovation Product and Service  from Srivijayan Culture (2012)

 

Academic Interests

Architecture and cultural heritage management and tourism
Srivijayan history and culture
Tourism and hospitality industry

Dr. Sudawadee Chanpiwat, PhD.

Dr. Sudawadee Chanpiwat, PhD.

Educational Background 

Year Completed Details of Qualifications
2009

 

Ph.D. in Language Sciences (French), Mention Très Honorable, Université de Toulouse II (Le Mirail), France
*French Government Scholarship Awardee from 2003 to 2009
2004 DEA  in Language Sciences (French), Mention Bien
Université de Toulouse II (Le Mirail), France
2003 M.A (French) Université de Toulouse II (Le Mirail) Mention Bien, France
2002 B.A (French) Université de Toulouse II (Le Mirail)
France
2001 B.A (French), Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Second Class honour, France

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Books
Book chapters
Journal articles -Sudawadee Chanpiwat et al. (2017). A Study of an International College Model in the Era of Globalisation, Journal of Community Development Research (Humanities and Social Sciences), Vol.10, No. 1 (January-March)

-Sudawadee Chanpiwat et al. (2016). Factors affecting students’ proficiency in French and Chinese: a case study of Bachelor of Business Administration students in hotel and tourism management, Silpakorn University International College, Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Mahasarakham University, Mahasarakham University, Year 35, Volum 4 July-August 2016

-Sudawadee Chanpiwat (2011). La Pédagodie du FLE en Thaïlande, Cahiers Pédagogiques, N°489 Faire du français sans exclure, mai 2011

Conference proceedings -Siriwichai, C. Nunthiphatprueksa, A., Riddhagni, N., and Chanpiwat, S. (2017, November). A review on social enterprise in tourism industry for business sustainability under Thailand 4.0 roadmap. Paper presented at the 15th Asia Pacific Conference: Global Perspectives in Changing Local Landscapes, Oita, Japan. Abstract retrieved from https://goo.gl/DaiWtm

-Sudawadee Chanpiwat (2011). Les obstacles à l’enseignement du français centré sur l’apprenant en Thaïlande. Proceedings of Congrès de la FIPF, numéro 1, 2ème Congrès de la Commission Asie-Pacifique-FIPF « Le Français et La Diversité Francophone en Asie-Pacifique », ISBN 978-2-9539284-1-9, Sydney, Australia, 2-5 December 2010, pp. 261-268

– Sudawadee Chanpiwat, Lavanchawee Sujarittanonta, Aurarat Ratanasuwan (2013). Adding the Third and Fourth Languages in the Curriculum: Teaching French and Chinese in an International Program on Tourism and Hospitality, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Services Management, Acapulco Hotel, Girne, North Cyprus, 23-25 June 2013

Newspaper articles
Other (please specify: Books) -Méthode de français basée sur les métiers de l’évènementiel (2017), ISBN 978-616-440-450-2

 

-Gastronomie française & Glossaire Culinaire (2013), ISBN 978-616-361-183-3

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2009 – present Lecturer at Silpakorn University International College

Administrative Work

– Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs (2017)

– Assistant Director for Graduate Studies and Research  (2013-2016)
– SUIC Executive Board Member (2013-2016)
– Assistant to the Director for MBA programs (2010-2013)
Academic Service
–  Research peer reviewers for different institutions (2010 to present)-  Guest  Speaker for the “French for Tourism Industry and Hospitality”,  Rajaphat Suansunandha University (May, 2017)

–  Research Commentator, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Ubon Ratchathani  University (2017, 2016)

– External Thesis Committee « Hotel Customers’expectation towards      personality and communication characteristics of hoteliers », Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University (2016)

–  External QA Assessor (2014-2016) (Faculty of Science, Faculty of Management Science, Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Faculty of Humanities, Rajaphat Suansunandha University, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University)

–  Guest Speaker on European Culture, Kasem Bundit University (2011)
– Judging committee for short story competition, Concours de nouvelles Festival St. Malo Etonnants Voyageurs, France, 2009 and 2010

 

Academic Interests

French language and culture, literature and linguistics

Mr. Sukhavichai DHANASUNDARA

Mr. Sukhavichai DHANASUNDARA

Educational Background

Year Completed Details of Qualifications
1968 B.A. Modern Languages and Literature (English, French and Italian) , University College Dublin (EIRE)
1971 M.A. (Maj.) Diplomacy and World Affairs, (Min.) Third World Political and Economic Development, Occidental College, California (USA)

(Occidental College scholarship + The Phi Beta Kappa of Southern California Scholarship)

1972 Diplomas / Certificates: Industrial Project Development & Planning, Bangkok, Thailand & Bombay, India

UNIDO/ESCAP  Program

1975 Diplomas / Certificates: Project Appraisal Techniques for Small/Medium Enterprises, Berlin, West Germany

German Foundation for Economic Development (DSE) Program.

2001 Diplomas / Certificates: Good Governance in Public Organizations, Institute of Directors  ( IOD) – Bangkok, Thailand

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Monographs Industrial Estate Development as catalyst for Industrialization of Third World Nations (Asian Productivity Organization, Japan)
Book chapters Textbook: “Management” 1-4th edtions, Bangkok University Press,

Library of Congress catalogue. HD30.42.T5.A526M 2000

Journal articles  –
Conference proceedings N.A.
Newspaper articles Bangkok Post , Business Section: 2010

Knowledge Management Series:

  • Corporate Strategy – Knowledge management Important
  • Knowledge Management – people can give your firm crucial edge
  • Knowledge Management – Strategies for Optimizing Performance

Intellectual Capital Series:

  • Corporate Intellectual Capital
  • Corporate Competition – Just what is corporate intellectual capital?
  • How to build corporate intellectual capital

 

Articles uploaded to Academia.edu (2017) Series of articles on the challenges for the global leader:

1. Globalization and the emergence of the global leaders

2. Multi-cultural dimensions for the global leader

3. The role of culture, the corporation and the global leader

4. The craft of the global leader

5. Recruiting the global leader

6. Preparing for the global leader assignment

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year:

Professional

Details:
Position & Organization
1971 – 1980 Division Chief: Industrial Projects Development Division (World Bank-Thai Ministry of Finance Long-term Credit Bank, The Industrial Finance Corporation of Thailand IFCT)
1980 – 1996 Managing Director: Thai Factory Development plc (TFD)
1996 – 2003 Director and Audit Committee Chairman, TFD plc.
1983 – 2000 Investment Promotions Resource Person

The Board of Investment (BOI), Ministry of Industry

1986 – 2010 Managing Director: Sukjai Management Services (Corporate Consultancy)
1997-1998 Managing Director: Sino-Thai Pressure Vessel & Iron Works (Sino-Thai Group)
1997-2015 Executive Director: J.P. Rooney & Associates (Corporate and Management Consultancy)
2000 – 2006 Chief Operating Officer : American Standard (Thailand) & Ideal Standard Thailand (Rayong production plants)
2008 – 2011 Brainforce International Thailand (Executive IHRM)
Academic Part-time lecturer – Full Courses
1987 – 1996 ABAC : Graduate School of Business Administration: MBA program
1996 – 2002 Bangkok University : The Graduate School: International MBA program
2002 – 2006/2010 – 2013 BUIC : International BBA program
2007 – 2010 Eastern Asia University : International BBA program
2008 – 2012 Durakit Bhundit U: International Professional Training programs,  Asian-Pacific Development Communications Centre (ADCC.)
2017 SUIC
Visiting Guest Lecturer – Special Topics
2010 – Present Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Switzerland), MBA / MSc./BBA programs
2012 – Present Konstanz University of Applied Sciences (Germany), MBA/BBA programs
2013 – Present UCD Michael Smufit Graduate Business School (Eire), MBA program
Seminars/

Training

Resource Person/Instructor
1979 Financing of SMEs

West Berlin, Germany & The Philippines,

DSE/ADFIAP Program

1982 Industrial Estates & Export Processing Zones,

Manila, The Philippines, ADFIAB Program

2002-2005 Directorship & Good Governance in PLCs

Thai Institute of Directors, Bangkok

 

Academic Interests

Operations Management

Project Management

Cross-cultural Management

Global Management and Leadership

International Human Resources Management

International Change Management

International Marketing

Global Consumer Behaviour

B2B Marketing

 

Mr. Suksit Petampai

Mr. Suksit Petampai

Educational Background

 

Year Completed   Details of Qualifications
2014 – Present

 

Doctor of Philosophy Program in Architectural Heritage Management and Tourism (in progress)
Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
2011 MBA with two concentrations in Strategic Management and  International Business
Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
2005 B.A. in International Management with a concentration in Finance

Dominican University of California, San Rafael, CA, USA

  • Received Resident Assistance Scholarship
  • Received Deans’ Honor List in Spring 2002 with GPA 3.825
  • Received Deans’ Honor List in Fall 2002 with GPA 3.630
  • Received Deans’ Honor List in Fall 2004 with GPA 3.673
  • Graduation Ceremony in 2005
  • GPA: 3.54 (4.0 Scale)

List of Publications

Types of publications  Detail of the publications
Books  –
Book chapters  –
Journal articles  –
Conference proceedings  –
Newspaper articles  –

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2015-Present Lecturer, Silpakorn University International College with the areas of focus on Mathematics and Finance

 

2012 – 2015 Guest Lecturer with the areas of focus on Mathematics and Finance

 

 

Academic Interests

Mathematics, Finance

 

Mrs. Tanisa Amatayakul Somraikhing

Mrs. Tanisa Amatayakul Somraikhing

Educational Background

Year Completed Details of Qualifications
2008 Graduate Diploma, Nutrition Chef training program, Natural Gourmet Institute, New York, USA
2000 2000  Master of Science in International Hotel Management, The University of Buckingham UK
1994 1994  Bachelor of Law, Thammasat University , Bangkok

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Books
Book chapters
Journal articles Somraikhing, T. A., et al. (2015).  “Building a University Brand; Students’ Choice of an International Programme in a Higher Education Institution”.  Proceedings of The 3rd SUIC International Conference: 2-3 December 2015. Pp. 303-317.
Conference proceedings
Newspaper articles
Other : A dissertation Submitted to The Business school Department of Hotel and Tourism Management In Candidacy for the Degree of Master of Science Amatayakul T. (1997). “Preparing Hotel Employees for working with cultural Diversity: Case study in Thailand on Dusit Group, Hilton International and Accor Group. A dissertation Submitted to The Business school Department of Hotel and Tourism Management In Candidacy for the Degree of Master of Science
Other : TV Programme speaker Guest on TV shows regarding the knowledge about running Thai traditional restaurant in Thailand

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2014-Present Full time Lecturer, Silpakorn University International College
2006-2014 Part time Lecturer, Silpakorn University International College
2010 Management Trainee & Shift Leader, Cosi Company (www.getcosi.com), NY, USA
2008-2009 Garde Manger,  Kittichai Restaurant, 60 Thompson Hotel, New York
2006-2007 Assistant Director of Catering, Swissotel Nailert Park Hotel, Bangkok
2005-2006 Full time Lecturer, Silpakorn University International College
2004-2005 Senior Events Manager, Shangri-la Hotel Bangkok
2003-2004 Sales Manager- Events, Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotels & Tower, Bangkok
2002-Present Owner&Manager, Banya Food&Baverage House, Bangkok
2001-2002 Catering Sales Manager, Hotel Plaza Athenee, Bangkok
2000-2003 Part Time Lecturer, Rajabhat Dhonburi University
1999-2000 Assistant Catering Sales Manager, The Dusit Thani, Bangkok
1998-1999 Banquet Executive, The Dusit Thani, Bangkok

Academic Interests

Restaurant Management, Food & Beverage industry evaluation, Engineering roles in today’s hospitality industry

 

Dr. Thanya Lunchaprasith, PhD

Dr. Thanya Lunchaprasith, PhD

Educational Background

Year Completed  Details of Qualifications
2016 Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies (Tourism, heritage and Development)
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
2011 M.A. in European Cultural Policy and Management, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
2010 Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours)

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Major: French, Minor: European Studies

List of Publications

Types of publications Detail of the publications
Monographs
Book chapters
Journal articles
Conference proceedings Lunchaprasith, T. (2017) ‘Gastronomic experience as a community development driver: the study of Amphawa Floating Market as community-based culinary tourism destination’, in International Seminar on Tourism in Asia: Change and Diversity. Chiang Mai: Centre for Asian Tourism Research, Research Administration Center, Chiangmai University, pp. 292–320.

 

Newspaper articles

Academic and Professional Experiences

Year Details
2017 -paper presentation, titled ‘Gastronomic experience as a community development driver: a study of Amphawa Floating Market as community-based culinary tourism destination’, in the conference ‘International Seminar on Tourism in Asia: Change and Diversity’ on 16th-17th February 2017, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
(see more info: http://rac.oop.cmu.ac.th/rac-view.php?news=executivenews&news_id=626 )

 

-paper presentation, titled ‘The Revival of Traditional Culinary Experience in Tourist Destinations in Thailand: A Case Study of Gong Khong Market, Ayuthaya’, in the conference ‘The Asia Pacific Tourism Association (APTA) 2017 Annual Conference’, on 18th-21st June 2017, Novotel Ambassador Busan, Busan, South Korea (see more info: http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/2727b3_280d4639893c40809eea6c9f471a68c6.pdf)2016Lecturer at Silpakorn University International College, Silpakorn University2014Oral presentation titled ‘Authenticity in tourism culinary products in Thailand: the case study of Samchuk Hundred-Year Market’ in the ATLAS Tourism and Gastronomy Group expert meeting on Regional Gastronomy: Between Tradition and Innovation on 29th-31st May 2014
School of Agriculture, Polytechnic Institute of Viana de Castelo, Refoios de Lima, Portugal2010-2016Recipient of Thai Government Scholarship (on behalf of the Office of the Higher Education Commission) to study masters and Ph.D. degrees in cultural management in the UK.

 

Academic Interests

Research Interests: food tourism, gastronomic tourism, food history and heritage, cultural tourism,
cultural heritage tourism, tourism and cultural change, authenticity of tourism, sociology and anthropology of tourism