TF-SCALE 2023 Facilitators Visited KMUTNB to Prepare the Project

On 22 December 2022, the TF-SCALE 2023 facilitators from Singapore Polytechnic, including Ms. Soo Bee Hong, School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, and Mr. Ong Chai Lin, School of Business, visited KMUTNB Rayong Campus to have a meeting with the team of executives on the preparation of the arrangement of the KMUTNB and SP TF-SCALE 2023 and to survey facilities around KMUTNB Rayong Campus where the program will take place during 6 – 17 March 2023. They are warmly welcomed by Asst. Prof. Dr. Thitirat Thawornsujaritkul, Associate Dean for Administration of the Faculty of Business Administration and other faculty members, Ms. Phimvalanch Moosikaphan, Director of International Cooperation Centre, Dr. Jakkrawut Maitip, TF-SCALE 2023 Facilitator and Associate Dean for Student Affairs of Faculty of Science Energy and Environment, and Mr. Khanet Junsukhon, TF-SCALE 2023 Facilitator and lecturer of Faculty of Technical Education. As the topic of the project assigned to the students will be related to healthcare, the team of facilitators also visited the nearby sub-district health promoting hospital to survey the interview location and have a meeting with the team of staff.

On 23 December 2022, the TF-SCALE 2023 facilitators from Singapore Polytechnic visited KMUTNB Bangkok to have a meeting with Asst. Prof. Dr. Peerapong Pornwongthong, Assistant to President for Research and Information Technology Development and the team of International Cooperation Centre to discuss in detail about the program arrangement. In 2018 and 2019, the Learning Express (LeX) KMUTNB - SP Collaboration Programs were also held by both institutions with a similar objective to the KMUTNB and SP TF-SCALE 2023 which is to develop the design thinking competence of students. This reflects SP and KMUTNB continual cooperation to promote an innovator's mindset and equip students with 21st century skills.

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