Education for Sustainability

Education for Sustainability
Education for Sustainability
Through curriculum and extra-curriculum
Integrate sustainability into teaching and learning experience
Strategic Goals
1. To develop departments to systematically have good governance
2. To allow the university to have structures and process systems in accordance with the main mission and strategy motivation
3. To have efficacy personnel in accordance with the university’s vision achieving.
4. To allow departments to understand and realize on being self-sufficiency organization
5. To make this university a digital university
6. To make this university an eco-university
7. To create the Mahidol brand internationally
Strategic Initiatives
1. Install communication system and force operations that follow good governance thoroughly across the university
2. Create strength in driving the university in accordance with strategy planning
3. Adapt the structure of the university and/or departments by applying business-oriented concept which can be self-reliant
4. Develop central operating system and pass it on to all departments in order to create high-efficacy working process
5. Develop the capability limit of each campus strategically and in accordance with the university’s policy
6. Create and transfer strategic plan on human resources management to all departments of the university, while building an effective human resources management system that is conducive to promoting the university’s strategies
7. Develop all departments’ capability in financial management to be effective and sustainable
8. Increase capability in creating income-making and property management opportunities, to create value and maximum benefits
9. Develop and reorganize digital technology to support the main mission and other supported missions, as well as creating the Big Data to help with decision-making
10. Increate usage efficacy of the best resource infrastructure to limit carbon footprints and promote occupational health and environmental safety
11. Use national and international quality system to create sustainable management
12. Create strategic partners with international universities/organizations
13. Promote Mahidol Brand strategically
14. Promote the university ‘s mission on Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs)
Case Study
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    7 Oct. 2565
    Safety and Hazardous Waste Management
    Waste management policies. Waste management policies implementation.
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    4 Apr. 2567
    Network of Excellence in Advanced Information Technology for Tropical Medicine
    Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University; Faculty of Veterinary Science, Mahidol University; Ministry of Public Health of Thailand; Southeast Asia One Health University Network (SEAOHUN); Dept. of Livestock Development of Thailand; Vietnam National University of Agriculture; VetAgro Sup; DAAD
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    25 Oct. 2566
    Royal Scholarship under Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Education Project to the Kingdom of Cambodia
    The Royal Scholarship under Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Education Project to the Kingdom of Cambodia was established from the royal aspirations of King Kanitthathiraj Chao HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’’s Department to develop a quality education system for Cambodian youth as a lasting gift to the people of the Kingdom of Cambodia who has been friends for a long time. This precious gift is the entire education system. There resulted in an educational organization with the teaching and learning dual system, which is the prototype of today’’s teaching and learning. In addition, Her Highness is concerned about the students’’ health, emphasizing that good education must go hand-in-hand with students’’ good hygiene.
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    8 Aug. 2566
    Service Solution Design Competition
    The Service Solution Design Competition is a developmental and multidisciplinary project designed to align with United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3: Good Health and Well-being.
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    15 May 2566
    The Social Network Development for Driving Policy of Early Childhood Development in the 10TH Health Region
    Combining the power of social networks to develop model sub-districts and a model district in early childhood development in the 10TH health region based on the triangle that moves the mountain concept and 4 principles of development of early childhood care by local communities: using the area as a base for development; Taking health into account in every policy the creation of having Participation and building a sense of belonging to the local community.
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    16 May 2566
    “For Your Beloved Teeth” Dental Health Exhibition
    Mahidol University Faculty of Dentistry (MUDT), in collaboration with MUDT Student Association and Central Pinklao Department Store, hold the “For Your Beloved Teeth” Dental Health Exhibition, which is part of extracurricular student activities aiming to cultivate social responsibility in dental students and to promote oral health self-care among all the participants. The exhibition was initiated in 1984, and since then we annually organize the exhibition to provide knowledge, information, and guidance on oral health, for example, oral disease prevention, and dental treatment. We hope to encourage Thai people to recognize the importance of maintaining oral health care.
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    15 May 2566
    The development of health promotion model and income generation for the older adults at the day care center by community
    The development of health promotion model and income generation for the older adults at the day care center is the creation area for older adults to do activities together every Monday to Friday. There is a working group mechanism in day care center management. There are volunteer teachers to create 12 learning bases and there is a day care center fund for the older adults to support the budget for organizing activities
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    15 May 2566
    Promotion of Human Rights Education in Southeast-Asia
    Promotion of Human Rights Education in Southeast-Asia is one of the strategic programs of the Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University. The Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies (IHRP) has been engaging in the promotion of human rights education within South-east Asian region for more than a decade. Apart from the human rights and peace academic programs at the post-graduate levels, the IHRP works in collaboration with international organizations to strengthen capacities, skills and knowledge on human rights and peace education for the scholars in Southeast Asian countries. Recently, the focus is on Myanmar scholars whose access to education was disrupted by the coup d’etat in 2021.
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    9 May 2566
    Enhancing student understanding and awareness of the mangrove ecosystem by Using the Mangrove Survivor board game
    The Mangrove Survivor Board game can be used to promote understanding of the mangrove ecosystem that connects land and sea. The game has low costs so it can be used in all contexts both inside and outside the classroom.
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    5 May 2566
    The “STEM & ROBOTICS CAMP” Workshop
    The project "STEM & ROBOTICS CAMP" is an extracurricular program aimed at developing coding skills for both teachers and students. The activities are conducted in three dimensions, including practical coding training for students and teachers, researching and developing teaching processes for coding, and researching and developing coding teaching materials. The working principles of the team are based on the concept that teaching media used in the activities should be affordable, accessible, and the learning process should be easy to understand, engaging, widely available, and sustainable.
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    25 Jul. 2565
    Norwegian Scholarships Projects - Mahidol & Norway Capacity Building for Myanmar and ASEAN Countries
    This project aims to support capacity building to ensure the education equity of minorities in Myanmar and five ASEAN countries including Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines plus Nepal.
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    10 Aug. 2565
    Exploring the Biodiverse World of Khao Yai National Park: Uncovering the Secrets of Endangered Gibbons
    The Khao Yai National Park is a part of the UNESCO world heritage site and a significant area for ecology. It helps to preserve rare and endangered wildlife and plant species. Two species of primates, the white-handed gibbon and the pileated gibbon, are inhabitants of the park. Long-term studies of gibbons in the park have been conducted since 1967 by a team of researchers. The research team has been monitoring and surveying the ecology, population, and biology of the gibbons, the diversity of flora, seed dispersal, and the relationships between different species for over 20 years. The operations are aimed towards conservation planning and preservation of endangered species.
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