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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    20 Oct. 2565
    Asian summer monsoon variability during the Holocene: a synthesis study on stalagmites and tree rings from Thailand and China
    Teak tree-ring and stalagmite can be compared to create climate line in the past up to 3 centuries, including showing the relationship with climate change from far away such as “Enzo” phenomenon.
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    7 Oct. 2565
    Safety and Hazardous Waste Management
    Waste management policies. Waste management policies implementation.
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    7 Oct. 2565
    Master of Science Program in Technology of Environmental Management (Regular Program ET)
    The goal of this curriculum is to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills required to successfully plan and manage environmental activity in the current climate of ever-changing social, economic, environmental, and technological dimensions. This includes developing the necessary vision, ethical and moral standards, and code of conduct, as well as the ability to creatively analyze and synthesize ideas in order to maximize the benefit to society through a combination of theoretical and practical learning.
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    1 Sep. 2565
    Weaving Peace Together (WPT)
    The project on ‘Weaving Peace (in the South) Together’ (WPT) was before called ‘Intra-Buddhist dialogue for Majority-Minority Coexistence in Thailand’, which began in 2015, is a project aimed at conflict transformation in the South of Thailand. The Buddhist minority in the southern border provinces has felt marginalized in efforts to address the situation in the South. The sense of exclusion and passive victimhood in the Buddhist community has contributed to their isolation from other communities and their suspicion towards initiatives to build peace in the South. The project’s main engine for change is the group Weaving Peace Together (WPT). The group was established by the project in 2016 as a safe space to build a common understanding amongst different tendencies and groupings within the Buddhist community which will lead on to constructive efforts by the group to contribute to conflict transformation in the South. In order to empower the group, strategies and activities are developed jointly by them and the project partners. To further enhance the ownership of, and commitment to WPT group by its members, specific sub-projects proposed by WPT members are managed directly by sub-groups of WPT.
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    29 Aug. 2565
    Community participation in palliative care at home: Khao Thong Subdistrict Phayuhakhiri District Nakhonsawan Province
    All citizens have equal access to health services. Palliative care at home is a health service that has a tendency to increase in demand. Participation of communities and primary health care providers will lead to inclusive and sustainable delivery of services in the community. There is a tendency of people’’s needs for palliative care at home to increase. Because of the incidence of chronic, serious, life-threatening diseases, including the increasing proportion of the elderly, the number of terminal illness patients and the elderly at the end of life has increased accordingly. Palliative care is taking care of physical ailments, holistic mental, social and spiritual problems from the first stage of diagnosis to being in the palliative stage until the patient’’s death.
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    29 Aug. 2565
    Career Development and Business Incubation for People with Disabilities Two Career Training Courses: ‘from Herbal Crude Drugs’ and ‘from Flora and Plants’
    From 18th-20th July 2022, The Thai Health Promotion Foundation, Ratchasuda Colleague, and The Project of Institute Establishment for Sireeruckhachati Nature Learning Park of Mahidol University – under the funded project titled “Enhancing learning capacity for sustainable well-being of people with disabilities” with the sub-project (Objective 1.4) involving career development and business incubation for people with disabilities – jointly organized career training in two courses: ‘from Herbal Crude Drugs’ and ‘from Flora and Plants’. Both of the courses were developed in the way of engaging disabled learners in an authentic learning experience through a series of DIY activities, and were delivered both online and onsite at the location of the learners. This sub-project (Objective 1.4) is led by Associate Professor Dr Nuttaneeya Torugsa, Director of the Project of Institute Establishment for Sireeruckhachati Nature Learning Park.
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    25 Aug. 2565
    Royal Project Foundation: Conservation of local and rare plant genes for sustainable development towards international SDGs goals
    Survey of genetic diversity, local plants and botanicals to create a database of plants, boundaries of plant genes. Amnat Charoen provinces began in the year 2012-present by Amnat Charoen campus together with the forest community Amnat Charoen province and Amnat Charoen provincial administrative organization under Plant Genetic Conservation Project under the Royal initiative of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. The objective is to meet the work on local herb database, for plants in the form of a provincial plant museum of Amnat Charoen province and study the guidelines for processing agricultural products from local plant resources, it strengthens the community network potential and creates a bond between the university and the community. Operated by surveying and collecting local plant data in forest communities, Amnat Charoen province. Prepare a database of diversity and distribution of local plant. Including the processing of forest products. The project focuses on participation with local agencies, schools and communities in the area, leading to a result on forest conservation, knowledge about diversity of local plant resource, awareness of plant genetic conservation in Amnat Charoen province.
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    1 Aug. 2565
    The Faculty of Graduate Studies at Mahidol University provides scholarships for the graduate students with disabilities
    The Faculty of Graduate Studies at Mahidol University provides scholarships for the graduate students with disabilities to enhance their educational opportunities.
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    1 Aug. 2565
    Mahidol Apprenticeship Program (MAP)
    Mahidol Apprenticeship Program (MAP) is another educational platform offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University, which allows those who are interested in the post-graduate programs to enhance their skills useful for their professional development in the 21st century and to adapt themselves to a future society that is continually changing and progressing.
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    25 Jul. 2565
    MFA – MU Capacity Building for Medical and Health Science Education Hub 2021 - 2022
    Personnel potential development by world-class experts (Train the Trainers) leads to the improvement of medical care, networking, and the dissemination of knowledge to medical development outside the country (Training the Others), especially in developing countries.
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    24 Jul. 2565
    Capacity Building for Female Entrepreneurs and Leadership Learning Program for Transwomen in Business Organizations
    Reducing the gender gap in business sector, and expanding the number of female executives are two key goals for advancing gender parity. As a result, this initiative is propelled by a number of events and initiatives aimed at educating the public about the importance of women in business. Actions include a public conference on International Women’’s Day, two research projects, a program on leadership encoding among women in positions of power, and an examination of the competencies required of transwomen in the leadership position.
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